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Hailey Steele

Hailey Steele, the South Dakotan who is now a Nashville-based recording artist after competing on NBC's "The Voice," comes to Billings to highlight "Christmas in the Country," a Dec. 19 show presented by the Al Bedoo Shrine at the auditorium on Broadwater Avenue.

The Al Bedoo Shrine is presenting "Christmas in the Country," featuring Hailey Steele, on Dec. 19 at the Shrine Auditorium. Show time is 7 p.m.

The show is free but donations are accepted. Steele will be performing country favorites and holiday songs in the spirit of Christmas as she and her band takes you down Memory Lane.

Steele was a competitor on NBC's "The Voice" and performed on the "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." Her first solo single, "Where I Thought I'd Be," was featured on CMT as part of the Artist Discovery Program. Her most recent single, "Wandering Heart," was released in October.

This year Steele made her Grand Ole Opry debut at the legendary Ryman Auditorium. Recently, she has toured with Kelsea Ballerini, Scotty McCreery, Jon Pardi, Gloriana and Brett Eldredge.

Steele was raised in the one-stoplight town of Madison, South Dakota. She started performing at an early age, sharing stages with country legends like Willie Nelson and Loretta Lynn — all before the age of 15. She moved to Nashville at 19 to pursue a serious music career and has never looked back. Her melodies are strongly influenced by female country and pop music from the '90s, and her lyrics tackle daily topics that every 20-something girl deals with — love, heartbreak, happiness, reality and wine.

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Entertainment Reporter

Jaci Webb covers entertainment for The Billings Gazette.