Enid native from ‘The Voice’ coming back to Oklahoma on tour
OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma native who was a part of a national music competition this season is playing a few shows in the Sooner State.
Earlier this year, Brian Pounds became a member of Blake Shelton’s team on this season of ‘The Voice.’
He sung Wagon Wheel by Old Crow Medicine Show to become a part of the show.
Fans and coaches loved the singer/songwriter’s country and blues vibe, which led him into the early rounds of the competition.
While he didn’t make it to the finals, he is now coming back to the Sooner State on tour.
Pounds, who was born in Enid, announced that he will be performing three shows in Oklahoma.
On Thursday, fans in his hometown will be able to see him perform at the Enid Convention Center.
On Friday, he will head to the Shawnee Municipal Auditorium and finish his Oklahoma tour on Saturday at VZD’s in Oklahoma City at 8 p.m.
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