NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Oct. 20, 2010) – When the Grand Ole Opry invited Blake Shelton to become an Opry member last month, it did so by sending the country hit-maker—known for his use of Twitter—a tweet including the official invitation. The Opry and Shelton are returning to Twitter in advance of Shelton’s Saturday night Opry induction to give fans the chance to talk with the would-be Opry member. The Shelton Twitterview is scheduled for tomorrow (Thursday) at 11 a.m. Central at Twitter.com/opry. Fans can submit questions for Shelton to @opry via Twitter.com prior to the Twitterview.
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Four-time CMA Award Nominee, including a nod for Male Vocalist of the Year, will appear on
the 600th Episode of the hit E! Entertainment Talk Show
Shelton has had the most appearances of any country artist on Chelsea Lately
Nashville, TN– Reprise Recording Artist Blake Shelton is revealing a little more - on his new album, that is. Shelton announced today the track listings that will be included on his highly anticipated new SIX PAK, All About Tonight, which is available everywhere on August 10. The album will feature six new tracks from Shelton, including his fastest rising single to date, “All About Tonight.”
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Shelton wins CMT Award for Collaborative Video of the Year for "Hillbilly Bone" featuring Trace Adkins - Nashville, TN
Last night's CMT Awards was full of big news for Reprise recording artist, Blake Shelton, who announced that his second SIX PAK album would hit stores August 10. The new release produced by Scott Hendricks features Shelton's fastest rising single-to-date, "All About Tonight." Shelton also took home the CMT award for Collaborative Video of the Year, for the No. 1 single, "Hillbilly Bone," with Trace Adkins.
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