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10 finalists, 1 competition. Who will become the next Voice for Habitat?

Updated: Jan 4


Ten stellar finalists vying for the title of A Voice for Habitat will take the stage at Tarleton State University ballrooms on Saturday, Jan. 13.


Stacy Morrison, president of Erath County Habitat for Humanity, told Beneath the Surface News that not only are this year’s finalists full of talent, they are full of heart.

“We have a fantastic group of contestants this year,” she said. “All of them are supporting one another and are committed to raising money for Erath County Habitat for Humanity, which will build a home for its 24th family this spring.”


A Voice for Habitat gives performers the exposure they need to break into the music scene with cash prizes and opportunities to meet a casting director and professional musicians. 

This year’s judges include Shane Hollinger, Erin Wild and last year’s winner Andrew Dolan.


VIP tickets are sold out, but general admission is still available for $35 and can be purchased here.


First and second place winners will be determined by the judges’ votes.

The grand prize winner will receive $1,000, recording at Texas Homegrown studio and a one-hour consultation with a casting director.


The runner-up will receive $300.


The People’s Choice Award will be given to the contestant who raises the most money for Erath County Habitat for Humanity.


Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7.





















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