Kaleb Lee, former BridgePointe Church worship pastor, became famous overnight after being selected to appear on NBC’s The Voice. Lee, who is originally from Marshall County, Kentucky, soared through each round of the singing competition show, beginning on country singer Blake Shelton’s team and eventually stolen by coach Kelly Clarkson. Kaleb was eliminated at the semi-finals, falling just short of making the final four contestants.
Despite not being crowned “The Voice,” Kaleb Lee is sure to have an amazing career in country music ahead of him. Owensboro will get the chance to hear Kaleb live, when he returns to his home state for a series of small performances.
Lee is set to play an acoustic show Saturday, June 9 at Diamond Lake’s Good Time Theatre. A meet and greet will be available after his performance. Tickets are just $10 and kids six and under are free. Doors will open at 5 p.m.