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BLAKE SHELTON’S NEW SINGLE “HILLBILLY BONE” AVAILABLE FROM ALL DIGITAL RETAILERS BEGINNING DECEMBER 22ND

  • Posted on Dec 01th by Gardens admin  in Blake Shelton,

    ITUNES WILL ALSO RELEASE EXCLUSIVELY BLAKE SHELTON: THE ESSENTIALS — A DIGITAL HITS COLLECTION TO BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR THREE WEEKS BEGINNING DECEMBER 22ND

    COUNTRY STAR TO RELEASE SIX PAK ALBUM TITLED HILLBILLY BONE, FEATURING SIX BRAND NEW SONGS, IN EARLY 2010
    Nashville, TN – The hilarious video is already available wherever digital videos are sold, and now the digital version of Blake Shelton’s new single “Hillbilly Bone” will be available for purchase at all digital service providers beginning on December 22nd. The track, a duet with Shelton’s long-time friend Trace Adkins, is a comedic, sing-along song about being so different, but yet really the same.

    The same day, Blake Shelton: The Essentials, a digital compilation of Shelton’s best-known and most beloved tracks, including his six-week No. 1 debut single “Austin,” and the multi-week No. 1’s “Some Beach,” “Home,” “The Baby,” and “She Wouldn’t Be Gone” will be released. The Essentials collection will be available exclusively at iTunes for three weeks beginning December 22nd. Please see below for full track listing.

    And finally, Shelton has revealed that the title of his new release will be Hillbilly Bone, his sixth album. Hillbilly Bone will contain six brand-new songs. The SIX PAK value- priced release will include the smash hit single “Hillbilly Bone,” which Shelton is releasing to appease fans clamoring for new music in early 2010. Hillbilly Bone will be Shelton’s first studio release since 2008’s Startin’ Fires, which spawned his previous #1 single hit “She Wouldn’t Be Gone”.

    For additional information on Blake Shelton, please visit www.blakeshelton.com.

    The track listing for iTunes Exclusive Blake Shelton: The Essentials is as follows:

    Austin
    Ol Red
    The Baby
    Some Beach
    Goodbye Time
    Don’t Make Me
    The More I Drink
    Home
    She Wouldn’t Be Gone
    I'll Just Hold On ‪