Nashville – March 19, 2010 - Academy Of Country Music Award Nominee Blake Shelton put on a high-energy, entertaining show, to a sold-out crowd at the historic Ryman Auditorium on Thursday night in Nashville, Tenn. Shelton performed fan favorites and new songs from his recently released album, Hillbilly Bone, including the No. 1 title track from the album and sixth No. 1 for Shelton, featuring longtime friend Trace Adkins.
Nashville – March 16, 2010 – Fans quickly jumped at the chance to see Academy Of Country Music Award nominee Blake Shelton perform at the world-renowned Ryman Auditorium in his first headlining show in Nashville, Tenn., and now the one-night only show is sold-out. In addition to Reprise/Warner Bros. Records artist Shelton performing his past hits, fans will get to hear him perform songs from his new album Hillbilly Bone, including his No. 1 and ACM Nominated single, “Hillbilly Bone.”
Nashville, TN – Academy of Country Music Award nominee, Blake Shelton's SIX PAK album Hillbilly Bone became a champagne hit last week, selling over 71,000 units and making it Warner Bros/Reprise Records artist Shelton's highest album debut on Billboard's Top 200 Chart to date, coming in at No. 3. Now the title track from the album, featuring longtime friend, Trace Adkins, is making an impact at radio. "Hillbilly Bone" is currently No. 1 on the Billboard and Country Aircheck (Mediabase) charts, making it Shelton's sixth No. 1.
Reprise/Warner Bros. Records Recording Artist Blake Shelton will definitely celebrate with a SIX PAK today as his new SIX PAK album, Hillbilly Bone, debuts at No. 3 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart, making it this week's highest charting debut album and his highest debut of his career on the all-genre chart. The new album also came in at No. 2 on the Top Country Albums Chart, selling 71,009. Hillbilly Bone was released on March 2 and includes the title track, which is his fastest rising single of his career, featuring longtime friend, Trace Adkins.
Nashville, TN – There is a first time for everything and for Warner Bros. Records/Reprise Recording Artist Blake Shelton, the next few weeks will bring him a couple of firsts. Shelton recently announced the release of his first SIX PAK album, Hillbilly Bone, set for release on March 2, and he is now announcing his first headlining show in Nashville at the historic Ryman Auditorium. Shelton’s headlining show at The Ryman is set for Thursday, March 18 and tickets will go on-sale Friday, March 5.
Nashville, TN – Warner Bros. Records’ Blake Shelton is giving his fans a chance to express their inner “Hillbilly Bone,” with several pre-order options for his new album, Hillbilly Bone, set for release on March 2. Fans will get the chance to purchase the new SIX PAK album at www.blakeshelton.com in three different pre-order package options. The new album features the title track, which is Shelton’s fastest rising single of his career and the first duet with his friend Trace Adkins. Hillbilly Bone marks the sixth studio album for Shelton.
Nashville, TN – Upon the heels of the recent release announcement of Blake Shelton’s new album, Hillbilly Bone, comes the exciting news of the tracks that will be included on the album. In addition to the comedic, sing-along duet with Trace Adkins, “Hillbilly Bone,” the album will include five new tracks from Shelton. The album Hillbilly Bone will be released on March 2 and is produced by Scott Hendricks.
The single and video for “Hillbilly Bone” is currently available from all digital service providers.
FIRST SINGLE AND TITLE TRACK, A DUET WITH TRACE ADKINS, IS NOW AVAILABLE
Nashville, TN – Constantly asked by fans when he is going to release new music, country star Blake Shelton is giving the people what they want. Shelton has announced that he will release a value-priced album featuring six brand-new songs, entitled Hillbilly Bone, on March 2.
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