Curtis Grimes’ Benefit Concert

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Texas native country songwriter and star of NBC’s The Voice will put on a concert for the public at the Taylor County Expo Center to benefit Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) on Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online at, or at the door. All proceeds from the concert will be directed to SOTX to fund competition, programming and training for more than 1,200 children and adults with intellectual disabilities in the Big Country and Concho Valley.

According to Grimes’ biography, he finished in the top 10 under Cee Lo Green on Season 1 of The Voice. Following success from the show, Grimes hit the ground running, releasing new music and performing shows all across Texas and other states in the region.

In 2014, Grimes and his hit single “Home to Me”, was picked up by national salon chain “Supercuts” and placed in the mainstream spotlight. Not only was the song featured but Grimes got the chance to put on his acting boots and star in the National Campaign. That same year, Grimes started to see the hard work pay off when he was awarded “New Male Vocalist of the Year” at The Annual Texas Regional Radio Award Show.

Fast forward to 2016, Grimes had a handful of No. 1 songs under his belt and has played hundreds of shows across the U.S. His most recent album, “Undeniably Country” was released in November of 2016 and debuted at No. 16 on Billboard Heatseekers.

For more information about the concert, contact Luann Chastain ( at 325-677-3200.

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