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In the same week as Blake Shelton releases his fifth studio album, Startin’ Fires, People Magazine has announced him as one of 2008’s “Sexiest Men Alive” in their annual “Sexiest Men Alive” issue. People Magazine’s “Sexiest Men Alive” issue hits stands this Friday, Nov. 21.

Shelton says about his appeal in the issue, “A well worn truck. The wussiest thing a guy can do is drive a clean truck. Dents, scratches and mud – that’s manly.”

Blake Shelton’s video for his current single, “She Wouldn’t Be Gone,” debuts in the #1 slot on GAC’s Top 20 Country Countdown that airs this evening at 8pm ET/7pm CT. Though Shelton has had numerous videos on top of the chart this is the first time his video has debuted in that position. “She Wouldn’t Be Gone” was directed by Scott Speer of Picture Vision.

Warner Bros. multi-platinum artist Blake Shelton will release his fifth album, STARTIN’ FIRES . Records November 18, 2008. The album is produced by acclaimed producer Scott Hendricks (Brooks & Dunn, Faith Hill, Alan Jackson).

Read all about it! Blake Shelton will make a major announcement in USA TODAY's Coming Attractions Section this Friday, October 3rd. Don't forget to pick up your copy! This is BIG news...

Tune into CMT this Saturday, September 13 for a very special interview with Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert. They will be giving viewers a sneak peek of their upcoming co-headlining tour. This is Blake and Miranda's first interview together as a couple! So don't miss it.

This show will re-air:
Sunday, September 14, 2008 11:00 AM ET/PT
Monday, September 15, 2008 1:30 AM ET/PT
Monday, September 15, 2008 10:30 AM ET/PT

September 8, 2008 (Nashville, TN) The diehard fans of Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton were eager to hear the whispers, then shouts, through the country halls about a select few shows this summer where the power-duo performed together. An “experiment” at first – for the twosome it meant a guaranteed way to spend time together performing the music they love – much in tradition of Johnny & June and George & Tammy. Fans across the country responded, asked for more, and this October 3, they will deliver as they embark on their first ever co-headlining tour.

Blake Shelton recently made a stop by NBC’s Today Show in what would mark his first official appearance on the morning show. Shelton talked about his No. 1 single “Home,” touring and his recent appearance as one of People Magazine’s “Summer’s Hottest Bachelors.”

Catch Blake on August 18 when he performs “Home” on CBS’ The Early Show.

Blake Shelton’s #1 single “Home” is at its second week in the top spot on the R&R Country Singles chart. His follow up single, “She Wouldn’t Be Gone,” from his forthcoming album will premiere on on Monday, July 21. The single is written by Cory Batten and Jennifer Adan and produced by Scott Hendricks.

“As a country music artist I'm always looking for "that song". Something unique, something special, something that matters. This song has all of the above. What a melody!,” says Shelton.

Blake Shelton has reached the top of the charts, R&R Singles Chart and MediaBase Singles Chart, with his woeful - soulful rendition of “Home,” written by Michael Bublé, Amy Foster-Gillies and Alan Chang and originally recorded by Bublé. This is the fourth career No. 1 for Shelton including “Austin,” “The Baby” and “Some Beach,” which collectively held the No.1 spot for thirteen weeks.

Warner Bros. recording artist Blake Shelton will release his fifth album tomorrow, May 6. Or is it officially still his fourth? Due to the phenomenal success of his current single, “Home,” he is re-releasing his PURE BS album as PURE BS DELUXE EDITION. The album will include all of the previously released songs that were on PURE BS, including singles “Don’t Make Me,” and “The More I Drink.” It will also include three new tracks including Shelton’s current smash hit, “Home,” as well as two additional unreleased songs written by Shelton, “Chances” and “I Can’t Walk Away.”


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