Filer, Idaho (KMVT-TV) Sunday was a big night for country music fans.
Jake Owen and Gwen Sebastian rocked out at the Twin Falls County Fairgrounds.
Many have heard of Owen, but Sebastian has just recently risen to stardom.
For Sebastian music has always been a part of her life.
"I grew up singing with my parents, which was when I was really little and always knew that I wanted to move to Nashville," said Sebastian.
Sebastian's journey started fifteen years ago when she decided to move to Nashville to pursue her dream.
For the last nine years she's been touring with her band.
But, it was her recent success on the hit show, "The Voice" that propelled her to stardom.
"‘The Voice’ is definitely one of the biggest things that's ever happened to me. I've gotten to play the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, one of my childhood dreams. And, now singing back up with Blake and doing my own show. So, life is a whirlwind, but it's a really good ride."
So, what does she have to say about her coach, Blake Shelton?
"Blake Shelton. The craziest guy in show business. The funniest dude ever, but also one of the nicest," said Sebastian.
The number one lesson she took away from Shelton's coaching...
"To be yourself and stay true to exactly who you are. And, to not let any of it go to your head," said Sebastian.
The tour is about promoting her latest single, "Met Him in a Motel Room," said Sebastian.
A song she says is about finding God, but it also serves another purpose.
"It's a song about hope and finding it in a time and place when you might not think you're going to find it," said Sebastian.
As Sebastian explains no matter what happens, she'll always remember where she came from and...
"Oh gosh! I'm always going to play music. I'm always going to do this because I love it. That's where my heart lies," said Sebastian.
She hopes someday soon she'll be headlining her own show, maybe back here in southern Idaho.
Sebastian is teaming up with the company World Vision to plan a mission trip this February.