• “The Voice” Finalist Performs at the PAC!

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    January 03, 2020
    You will recognize Chris Kroeze as a finalist in Season 15 of “The Voice.” With his unique and alluring vocal delivery, he connects with both the hearts and minds of audiences across various generations through his genuine country soul! This five-piece band released a new album in 2019 and has been featured in Rolling Stone and People. Chris Kroeze continues to make multiple trips per year overseas to perform for our military personnel and has been awarded the Red Cross Community Hero Award.
     
    His musical journey began when Kroeze’s father gave him a guitar for his sixth birthday. He seemed to connect deeply to something special and zero his attention and energy into his music. His obsession with music took him from the stage at his middle school talent show to audiences of tens of thousands, and his career has continued to escalate year after year, catapulting Kroeze onto the national stage of “The Voice.” This great young artist is just getting warmed up!
     
    Here’s what some folks you just might recognize had to say about this young musician who calls Barron, Wisconsin, his home:
    • Adam Levine: “His potential is limitless.”
    • Blake Shelton: “It’s not fair to the rest of us that you get to sing like that!”
    • Keith Urban: “So much gravel and soul, I LOVE it!”
    • Mariah Carey: “It’s so important for a singer to deliver emotionally…and he transported me!”
    • Kelly Clarkson: “I love him. Not only is he super talented, but he’s SUPER sweet!”
     
    See for yourself what a great entertainer he is: www.facebook.com/ChrisKroezeMusic
     
    You can experience this production at 7:30 pm on Thursday, February 6, at the Performing Arts Center of Wisconsin Rapids, 1801 16th Street South. The Arts Council of South Wood County is pleased to present this performance. Tickets are $33 and may be purchased online 24/7 through www.SavorTheArts.org. If you prefer personal assistance with your purchase, call 715.424.2787 on Monday through Thursday from 10-2:30, or stop by the Arts Council office at 1040 8th Street South, Suite 101, Wisconsin Rapids.
     
    Aspirus, Mead Witter Foundation, Stifel, and Connexus (Bull’s Eye Legacy Fund) are the show sponsors for Chris Kroeze.