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"Welcome Home" Brooke Simpson Concert photos

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Halifax County native Brooke Simpson gives the thumbs up Saturday night at her 1st live concert since finishing 3rd on season 13 of NBC's The Voice. Halifax County native Brooke Simpson gives the thumbs up Saturday night at her 1st live concert since finishing 3rd on season 13 of NBC's The Voice. Photo by Randy Wrenn

The twenty-six year old Halifax County Native Brooke Simpson performed her first live concert post "The Voice" Saturday night in Weldon at Halifax Community College "The Center".

The Hollister native just earned the third place finish in December on season thirteen of NBC's "The Voice" contest. Simpson hosted a free meet and greet to her fans back in January in Hollister and announced she was planning a "Welcome Home" concert for her Roanoke Valley and surrounding fans.

Saturday night kicked off with forty to fifty fans, who purchased VIP ticket within ten minutes of the day ticket sales started, had a meet and greet while they posed for photos with Simpson. Simpson announced to the ones who didn't see oh her twitter page earlier in the morning that she released her second single 2 AM, the first that she had written and recorded herself.

Simpson's entertained the near thousand fans with twelve songs during her concert with songs as 2 AM, Beautiful, A Man's World, Wrecking Ball, Praying and crowd pleasing Amazing Grace to name a few.

Simpson stated after the show, "I'm exhausted, but so grateful to be able to do the "Welcome Home" concert and thankful to all the fans who came out. "Before I went up on the stage. I was really nervous just because it was a big show and in front of my hometown crowd, but once I went up there, it all went away and I was ready, stated Simpson. Simpson added. "I am so grateful for the community's support and that I'm proud of where I am from and hope to do more shows like this". 

If you missed the show, no worry, Simpson will be back close to the Valley coming up in Louisburg. The Louisburg NC Fire Department's 3rd annual MaudeFest will be held March 24th at The JPAC at Louisburg College - Seby B. Jones Performing Arts Center. The opening acts will be Franklin County's own Larry Frick & Willis Gupton! The headliner for the show this year is "Voice" contestant and Hollister, NC native, Brooke Simpson!! Tickets will be available for purchase in approximately a week. Cost is $25 for all seats. Keep check to Louisburg Fire Department's Facebook page for further updates!

Simpson also has one show in California and two shows booked in Tennessee during March. You can follow Simpson on Facebook, Instagram or twitter to keep up with all her latest news and music.

"Welcome Home" concert photos by Randy Wrenn


Also here are a few video clips from Simpson:

2 AM:


What is Beautiful:

Bob Dylan song:

Man's World:

Natural Woman:

What about Us:

Amazing Grace:


Wrecking Ball:


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