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Siouxland-native Muessigmann performs locally after "The Voice"

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Casey Muessigmann and Wyatt Turner do sound checks before their performance at Morningside College. Casey Muessigmann and Wyatt Turner do sound checks before their performance at Morningside College.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -

In his first performance since "The Voice," former Morningside College student Casey Muessigmann is back in Siouxland.

He handed out tickets on campus before heading to Eppley Auditorium for a sound check for Tuesday night's concert with Wyatt Turner.

The 23-year-old Spencer, Iowa-native was selected by country singer Blake Shelton to be on his "team" on "The Voice."

Muessigmann says the experience opened a whole new door for him.

"Really all I can do is just take what the show taught me and pushed me to learn, try to apply it to my own life, my own career now, my own style," said Casey Muessigmann, "The Voice" contestant. "Seeing how proud they are of me, that's a whole new step. Getting back on this campus, seeing all my friends, seeing my family, seeing that they appreciate all the work that I've put in, that means a lot."

Since being back, Muessigmann says keeping a schedule to work on music has been the biggest challenge.

Muessigmann says continuing to pursue music is a huge goal, but also would like to finish his degree.

He was eliminated from the show last Monday.

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