Paula Stevens with the Comanche Organization of Businesses Inc. has announced that Andrew Sevener will perform a concert in historic downtown Comanche on November 30th.
Raised on Classic Rock and Country, Andrew Sevener, from Alvarado, TX, transformed from a motorhome technician to hometown hero after he was discovered on NBC’s The Voice.
His time on The Voice not only refined him as a performer, it also created a once in a lifetime opportunity for the small-town Texas kid to perform with his hero — Travis Tritt.
After finishing in the top 4 on Season 16 of NBC’s The Voice, Andrew Sevener begins the next chapter of his career. On May 24, 2019, Blake Shelton invited Andrew to the Grand Opening of the Dog House in Tishomingo, OK. During the show, Blake brought Andrew on stage and told the crowd, “This is one of the best country singers we’ve ever had on The Voice.” Just a few weeks later, Andrew was the first act to sell out the Dog House in Tishomingo, OK during his own show.
Tickets for the Comanche concert will be on sale this week at local sponsor businesses that will be announced later.