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Blake Shelton
Blake Tollison Shelton (born June 18, 1976) is an American country singer, songwriter and television personality. In 2001, he made his debut with the single

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Blake Shelton Shelton in July 2017Background informationBirth name Blake Tollison SheltonBorn (1976-06-18) June 18, 1976 (age 42)
Ada, Oklahoma, U.S.Genres CountryOccupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • television personality
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Years active 2001–presentLabels
  • Giant
  • Warner Bros. Nashville
  • Reprise Nashville

Blake Tollison Shelton (born June 18, 1976)[1] is an American country singer, songwriter and television personality. In 2001, he made his debut with the single "Austin". The lead-off single from his self-titled debut album, "Austin" spent five weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The now Platinum-certified debut album also produced two more top 20 entries ("All Over Me" and "Ol' Red").[1] Although the album was released on Giant Records Nashville, he was transferred to Warner Bros. Records Nashville after Giant closed in late 2001.

His second and third albums, 2003's The Dreamer and 2004's Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill, are gold and platinum, respectively.[1] His fourth album, Pure BS (2007), was re-issued in 2008 with a cover of Michael Bublé's pop hit "Home" as one of the bonus tracks.[2] His fifth album, Startin' Fires was released in November 2008.[1] It was followed by the extended plays Hillbilly Bone and All About Tonight in 2010, and the albums Red River Blue in 2011,[3] Based on a True Story... in 2013, Bringing Back the Sunshine in 2014, and If I'm Honest in 2016. As of June 2017[update], Shelton has charted 33 singles, including 24 number ones,[4] 17 of which were consecutive. The 11th No. 1 ("Doin' What She Likes") broke "the record for the most consecutive No. 1 singles in the Country Airplay chart's 24-year history".[5] He is an eight-time Grammy Award nominee.

Shelton is also known for his role as a judge on the televised singing competitions Nashville Star, Clash of the Choirs, and The Voice. He has been on The Voice since its inception, and in six of fourteen seasons (2–4, 7, 11, 13), a member of his team has won. From 2011 to 2015, Shelton was married to singer Miranda Lambert.

  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Music career
    • 2.1 2001–2006: Beginnings
    • 2.2 2006–2011: Pure BS and Startin' Fires
    • 2.3 2011–2012: The Voice, Red River Blue and Cheers, It's Christmas
    • 2.4 2013–2014: Based on a True Story...
    • 2.5 2014–2016: Bringing Back the Sunshine and Reloaded: 20 Number 1 Hits
    • 2.6 2016–present: If I'm Honest and Texoma Shore
  • 3 Other ventures
  • 4 Legacy
  • 5 Achievements
  • 6 Personal life
  • 7 Discography
  • 8 Tours
  • 9 Filmography
  • 10 Record as coach on The Voice
  • 11 References
  • 12 External links
Early life

Shelton was born in Ada, Oklahoma, to Dorothy, a beauty salon owner, and Richard Shelton, a used car salesman. Shelton began singing at an early age and by the age of 12, he was taught how to play the guitar by his uncle.[6] By age 15, he had written his first song. By age 16, he had received a Denbo Diamond Award in his home state.[1] On November 13, 1990, his older brother Richie Shelton (who was 24) was killed in an automobile accident.[7] After graduating from high school at seventeen, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a singing career. There he got a job at a music publishing company and, in 1997, he was aided by Bobby Braddock to obtain a production contract with Sony Music.[8]

Music career Performing at the Crawford County Fair, Meadville, PA, in August 2005. 2001–2006: Beginnings

Some years later in Nashville, he signed to Giant Records in 2001. In 2001, he was slated to release a song entitled "I Wanna Talk About Me" as a single. Staff at the label considered the song unsuitable for a lead-off single, however, and the song was eventually recorded by Toby Keith, whose version was a number 1 single.[9]

Instead, Giant released "Austin" as Shelton's debut single. Shortly after its release, Giant Records was closed, and Shelton was transferred to parent company Warner Bros. Records. "Austin" spent five weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. Warner released his self-titled debut album, which was produced by songwriter Bobby Braddock. It also produced the top 20 hits "All Over Me", which Shelton co-wrote with Earl Thomas Conley and Mike Pyle, and "Ol' Red".[1] Although Shelton's rendition of "Ol' Red" was not a major radio hit, he considers it his signature song, and it has become popular in concert.[10] Blake Shelton received a platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipments of 1,000,000 copies.[11]

Blake Shelton received a positive review from Maria Konicki Dinoia of Allmusic, who called "Austin" "tremendously imaginative" and praised Shelton for including songs written by Braddock and Conley.[12] Country Standard Time was less favorable, with Scott Homewood saying that the "album just smacks of being assembled with the intent on capturing the burgeoning alternative country market".[13]

Shelton's second album, The Dreamer, was first released on February 4, 2003, on Warner Bros. Records. Its lead-off single, "The Baby", reached No. 1 on the country charts, holding that position for three weeks. Although the second and third singles ("Heavy Liftin'" and "Playboys of the Southwestern World", respectively) only reached No.32 and No. 24, The Dreamer earned gold certification as well. He, along with Andy Griggs and Montgomery Gentry, sang guest vocals on Tracy Byrd's mid-2003 single "The Truth About Men". Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill was the title of Shelton's third studio album, released in 2004.[1] Its lead-off single, the Harley Allen co-write "When Somebody Knows You That Well", peaked at No.37 on the country charts, while the follow-up "Some Beach" became his third No.1 hit, holding that position for four weeks. It was followed by a cover of Conway Twitty's 1988 single "Goodbye Time".[14] Both this cover and its followup, "Nobody but Me", reached Top Ten for Shelton as well. As with his first album, Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill was certified platinum. Accompanying the album's release was a video collection entitled Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill: A Video Collection.[1]

On December 18, 2005, several of Shelton's songs, including "Nobody but Me", appeared on the TV movie The Christmas Blessing, starring Neil Patrick Harris, Rebecca Gayheart, Angus T. Jones, and Rob Lowe. Shelton had a small role at the end of the movie, playing himself at a benefit concert, singing "Nobody but Me".

2006–2011: Pure BS and Startin' Fires

Shelton released his fourth studio album, Pure BS, in early 2007.[1] Unlike with his first three albums, which were produced entirely by Bobby Braddock, Shelton worked with Braddock, Brent Rowan, and Paul Worley as producers for this album. Its first two singles—"Don't Make Me" and "The More I Drink"—were both Top 20 hits on the country charts, respectively reaching No.12 and No. 19. Also in late 2007, Shelton made appearances on television shows: first as a judge on the talent competition Nashville Star, and later on Clash of the Choirs.

Pure BS was re-released in 2008 with three bonus tracks, including a cover of Michael Bublé's hit single "Home". This cover, released in early 2008 as the album's third single, became his fourth No.1 hit in July.[15]

"Home" was followed in August 2008 by the single "She Wouldn't Be Gone", his 14th chart entry and his fifth No. 1 hit. It was the first time in his career that he had two consecutive number ones. "She Wouldn't Be Gone" is the lead-off to Shelton's fifth studio album, Startin' Fires, which has also produced the single "I'll Just Hold On." This album also includes "Bare Skin Rug," a duet with Lambert.[16] It was produced by Scott Hendricks, except for one track which was produced by Brent Rowan, and another ("I Don't Care", which carried over from Pure BS) was produced by Braddock.[17] After "I'll Just Hold On" fell off the chart in October 2009, Blake Shelton released a duet with Trace Adkins titled "Hillbilly Bone". It was the lead single on Shelton's EP, Hillbilly Bone, released on March 2, 2010 through Reprise Records Nashville. After "Hillbilly Bone" reached No. 1 in February, came the August release of "All About Tonight", the lead-off single to his EP of the same name. In September, he released the second single from All About Tonight, "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking", his 18th single release. He released his first greatest hits album, Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton in November 2010.

Shelton was invited to join the Grand Ole Opry during the September 28, 2010 "Country Comes Home" concert celebrating reopening of the Grand Ole Opry House after the Cumberland River flooded the Opry House in May 2010. The formal invitation was extended on his Twitter account and was announced by Opry star Trace Adkins.[18] He was formally inducted by Adkins at the October 23, 2010 Opry performance. Shelton recorded the title track for the remake of Footloose released on October 14, 2011. Shelton appeared on the 44th Annual Country Music Awards on November 10, 2010 where he performed "All About Tonight" and won Male Vocalist of the Year.[19]

In 2011, Shelton started working as a judge/coach to singers on the NBC reality television series The Voice.[20]

2011–2012: The Voice, Red River Blue and Cheers, It's Christmas

Blake Shelton released the album Red River Blue on July 12, 2011, led by the single, "Honey Bee". The song received 138,000 downloads in its first week and was certified gold in its seventh week, setting a record for the fastest gold certification by a male country singer.[21] On June 13, 2011, in its tenth chart week, "Honey Bee" went to No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart, becoming his ninth No. 1 and his fastest-climbing. The album was expected to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with around 110,000 copies sold.[22] "God Gave Me You", a cover of a Dave Barnes song, was the album's second single; it also reached No. 1. "Drink on It", the fifth song on the album, hit No. 1 in April 2012, giving him his 11th No. 1 song. On April 30, 2012, Blake performed "Over" on the Semi-finals of the second season of The Voice. "Over" became Shelton's seventh consecutive No. 1. and his 12th No. 1 hit to date.

Blake Shelton is a coach on the NBC show The Voice. In season 1, his finalist Dia Frampton came in second. Frampton recorded a track with Shelton titled "I Will" on her album Red, released December 6, 2011. Shelton returned for a second season of the show with his finalist Jermaine Paul as the champion.[23] In season three of The Voice, Shelton's team member, Cassadee Pope, was declared the winner with other Team Blake contestant Terry McDermott finishing as runner-up.

Blake Shelton took the stage with Miranda Lambert at Super Bowl XLVI in February 2012 to open the event by singing a duet version of "America the Beautiful". It marked their first TV performance since their May 2011 wedding.

In October 2012, Shelton released his first Christmas album, Cheers, It's Christmas, which peaked at no. 1 and no. 2 respectively on the Top Holiday Albums and Top Country Albums charts.

Blake Shelton appears on fellow "Voice" coach Christina Aguilera's album Lotus on the song "Just a Fool".

2013–2014: Based on a True Story...

Shortly after midnight on New Year's Day 2013, Shelton premiered a new single entitled "Sure Be Cool If You Did",[24] which was released to iTunes on January 8[25] and reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay chart in 2013. His eighth studio album, Based on a True Story..., was released on March 26, 2013 and debuted at No. 1 on the country chart and No. 3 on the all-genre chart by selling a career best nearly 200,000 copies.[26][27] The album's second single, "Boys 'Round Here" released to country radio in 2013 and also reached No. 1 on the Country Airplay chart. The album's third single, "Mine Would Be You", was released to country radio on July 22, 2013 and reached No. 1 on the Country Airplay chart in November 2013. "Mine Would Be You" became Shelton's tenth consecutive No. 1 single, tying him with the record set by Brad Paisley in 2009. With the release of the album's fourth single, "Doin' What She Likes", Shelton achieved his eleventh consecutive No. 1 single, thus breaking the tie.[28]

Blake Shelton received the Gene Weed Special Achievement Award for his role as a coach on The Voice at the 48th Academy of Country Music Awards in 2013.

Shelton supported Based on a True Story... on his Ten Times Crazier Tour which began on July 19, 2013 and ended on October 5, 2013.[29] Shelton has continued the tour into 2014 and 2015.

On season four of The Voice, he became the winning coach for the third consecutive time with team members Danielle Bradbery as the winner and The Swon Brothers in third place.

2014–2016: Bringing Back the Sunshine and Reloaded: 20 Number 1 Hits

In August 2014, Shelton announced that his ninth studio album, Bringing Back the Sunshine, would be released on September 30, 2014.[30] The album contains the singles "Neon Light", "Lonely Tonight" (a duet with fellow country singer Ashley Monroe), "Sangria" and "Gonna". All four singles have reached No. 1 on the Country Airplay chart.

On November 13, 2014, Shelton was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame for his achievements in the music industry and for the generous work he has done for his home state.[31] Shelton later called the recognition "unbelievable" and "an honor".[32]

In season seven of The Voice, Craig Wayne Boyd was crowned the winner, scoring Shelton his fourth victory.

Shelton recorded a cover of Bob Dylan's 1974 hit "Forever Young" for the soundtrack of Max, which was released in the US on June 26, 2015.[33]

Shelton's second greatest hits album, Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits, was released on October 23, 2015.[34]

2016–present: If I'm Honest and Texoma Shore

Shelton's tenth studio album, If I'm Honest, was released in May 2016. The album's first single "Came Here to Forget" was released to country radio on March 8, 2016.[35] On November 9, 2015, Nickelodeon announced that Shelton would be the host of the 2016 Kids' Choice Awards. On April 8, 2016, a second single from the album, "Savior's Shadow", was released.[36] It impacted Christian radio on April 12, 2016.[37] In June 2016, Shelton released "She's Got a Way with Words" as the album's third overall single and second promoted country single. The song peaked at number 7 on the Country Airplay chart, ending Shelton's streak of 17 consecutive number one singles. "A Guy with a Girl", the album's fourth single, and third promoted country single, reached the top of the charts in early January, earning Shelton his twenty third career chart-topper.[38]

The album's tenth track "Friends" is the theme song of The Angry Birds Movie, which was released in the US on May 20, 2016. Shelton also voices the character of Earl, a pig.

In June 2016, Shelton celebrated the grand opening of his exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The exhibit, titled "Blake Shelton: Based on a True Story", traces Shelton's career path and achievements, encompassing his humble beginnings in Oklahoma, his Nashville origins, and his eventual path toward mainstream success and recognition through his role as a coach on The Voice.[39]

In September 2016, Shelton was selected as one of 30 artists to perform on "Forever Country", a mash-up track of "Take Me Home, Country Roads", "On the Road Again", and "I Will Always Love You" celebrating 50 years of the CMA Awards.[40] The single debuted at number one on Billboard's Hot Country Songs.[41]

In season eleven of The Voice, Sundance Head was crowned the winner, giving Shelton his fifth victory on the show.

In March 2017, Shelton's wax figure was unveiled for Madame Tussauds Nashville.[42][43][44]

In April 2017, Shelton was honored at the Oklahoma Creativity Ambassadors Gala, being one of 8 recipients to receive the Creativity Ambassador medallion.[45][46]

In season thirteen of The Voice, Chloe Kohanski was crowned the winner, giving Shelton his sixth victory on the show.

On September 11, 2017, Shelton released "I'll Name the Dogs" as the lead-off single from his eleventh studio album.[47] The album,Texoma Shore, was released on November 3, 2017.[48] The album's second single, "I Lived It," released to country radio on January 29, 2018.[49]

Other ventures

Shelton owns a franchise of restaurants and entertainment complexes called Ole Red. The first Ole Red opened in Shelton's hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma, in September 2017. A Nashville location opened in May 2018. A third location in Gatlinburg is expected to open in 2019.[50]


Since his debut in 2001, Shelton has received positive reviews from musicians and critics. The New York Times described Shelton as "the most important and visible ambassador from Nashville to the American mainstream.",[51] Rolling Stone referred to him as "one of country music's biggest stars over the past decade."[52]

In Backstory: Blake Shelton, a GAC television special broadcast in 2012, country stars Miranda Lambert and Trace Adkins respectively gave their kudos to Shelton. Lambert stated she "respect him so much as a vocalist," while Adkins said he "is going to be as relevant in this business as he wants to be for as long as he wants to be."[53][54] Country Music Hall of Fame member Brenda Lee has commended both his vocals and songwriting.[55][56] Singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow credits Shelton with inspiring her musically.[57]

Shelton was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2014,[58] and made a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2010.[59]

Achievements Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Blake Shelton

Shelton has been the recipient of nine Country Music Association Awards,[60] five Academy of Country Music Awards,[61] one CMT Artist of the Year award,[62] and seven CMT Music Awards. He has also received eight American Country Awards,[63] three People's Choice Awards,[64] two American Music Awards,[65] one Billboard Music Award,[66] and one iHeartRadio Music Awards,[67] among others. Shelton has won 24 BMI awards and 24 ASCAP awards. He was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2010,[68] for his many accomplishments in country music, and into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2014, attaining the highest honor one can receive from the state.[69] In April 2013, Shelton was awarded the prestigious Gene Weed Special Achievement Award from the Academy of Country Music for his unprecedented, unique and outstanding individual achievement in country music and television.[70] For his work on The Voice as a television personality, Shelton received the NATPE Reality Breakthrough Award for Best Reality Personality in 2017.[71][72] Shelton has garnered eight Grammy nominations throughout his career, including nominations for Best Country Album, Best Country Solo Performance, and Best Music Film.[73][74]

As one of the most successful country artists today, Shelton has sold over 10 million records worldwide,[75] and as of 2017, has sold in excess of 30 million singles, while having generated a total of 1.7 billion streams worldwide.[76] Shelton has also amassed a tremendous commercial impact on the country music industry. His debut single "Austin", off his 2001 Platinum-selling self-titled album, tied the record set by Billy Ray Cyrus in 1992, staying atop the country charts for five weeks, and setting the mark for an artist's debut single in the Broadcast Data Systems era.[77][78] The success of "Austin" also led Shelton to claim the No. 1 position on both Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and Top Country Singles Sales chart, making him the first debut male country artist to own the top spot on both charts simultaneously.[79] Later, in 2010, Shelton's first single, "Honey Bee", from his sixth studio album Red River Blue, set a new record for the most first-week downloads by a male country singer.[80] As a result of the downloads, the song debuted at number thirteen on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated for the week ending April 23, 2011. This entry made Shelton the highest-debuting male country artist on the Hot 100 since Garth Brooks (recording as Chris Gaines) debuted at number five in September 1999.[81] As a result of the song's massive commercial success, Shelton also claimed the record for the fastest rising single ever to sell over 500,000 digital copies by a male country soloist.[82] In 2013, Shelton's eighth album, Based on a True Story..., spawned the hit "Doin' What She Likes", which broke the record previously set by Brad Paisley in 2009 for the most consecutive No. 1 singles in the Country Airplay chart's 24-year history, since it was first tracked by Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems in January 1990.[83] In 2016, "Came Here to Forget", the lead-off single from Shelton's tenth studio album If I'm Honest, extended this streak into a record-breaking 17 consecutive number one singles, leading him to surpass Earl Thomas Conley's record of 16 consecutive number one singles.[84] As of 2017, Shelton remains one of only five country artists to have achieved No. 1 status on the Billboard Artist 100 chart, having charted all 156 weeks the chart has existed.[85] The CMA Awards also recognizes Shelton, in addition to George Strait and Vince Gill, as the record holders for the most Male Vocalist of the Year wins, as all three have each garnered 5 victories. On January 18, 2017, Shelton made People's Choice Awards history by becoming the first country artist to ever win the all-genre category of Favorite Album over competitors Beyoncé, Drake, Rihanna and Ariana Grande.[64] During the ceremony, Shelton also took home the trophy for Favorite Male Country Artist, marking his second consecutive win in the category. On November 6, 2017, Shelton made Country Aircheck history when he became the first artist in the history of the chart to chart six songs simultaneously, from his eleventh studio album Texoma Shore.[86][87]

On November 14, 2017, Shelton made People Magazine history by becoming the first country artist ever to grace the magazine's Sexiest Man Alive cover issue, and is only the second musician, apart from fellow The Voice coach Adam Levine, to receive the coveted honor.[88][89] In 2016, Billboard released their list of "Greatest of All Time Country Artists" and recognized Shelton on the chart, ranking him at No. 50.[90] Shelton also charted on Billboard's list of "Greatest of All Time Country Albums" and "Greatest of All Time Country Songs" with Based on a True Story... taking the position of No. 51 on the chart and "God Gave Me You" ranking at No. 80 on the chart, respectively.[91][92]

Personal life

Shelton married long time girlfriend Kaynette Gern on November 17, 2003.[93] They divorced in 2006.[94]

In 2005, Shelton met singer Miranda Lambert at the CMT's 100 Greatest Duets Concert.[95] Lambert also sang background vocals on his cover of Michael Bublé's song, "Home", which became a number-one single on the Hot Country Songs chart. On May 9, 2010, after dating for four years,[96] Shelton proposed to Lambert, after seeking (and receiving) her father's blessing.[96][97] Shelton and Lambert were married on May 14, 2011, in Boerne, Texas.[96]

On January 17, 2012, Shelton's father, Dick, 71, died in Oklahoma, following a period of declining health.[98][99] Shelton's brother, Richie, died in 1990 as a result of a car crash when Blake was 14 years old. Blake and Lambert wrote about Richie in Lambert's song, "Over You". The song was named CMA Song of the Year for 2012. It was also named Single Record and Song of the Year at the 2013 Academy of Country Music Awards.[100]

In July 2015, Shelton and Lambert announced their divorce. The couple released a statement, "This is not the future we envisioned and it is with heavy heart that we move forward separately. We are real people, with real lives, with real family, friends and colleagues. Therefore, we kindly ask for privacy and compassion concerning this very personal matter."[101] Their divorce was finalized later that same day.[94] In November 2015 it was announced that Shelton had started dating his colleague from The Voice, Gwen Stefani.[102]

In 2015, Forbes estimated Shelton's annual income at $28.5 million.[103]

On a June 6, 2017 HLN special called "Our Journeys Home", Shelton and HLN "Morning Express" host Robin Meade were revealed to be fourth cousins.[104]

Discography Main article: Blake Shelton discography
  • Blake Shelton (2001)
  • The Dreamer (2003)
  • Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill (2004)
  • Pure BS (2007)
  • Startin' Fires (2008)
  • Red River Blue (2011)
  • Cheers, It's Christmas (2012)[105]
  • Based on a True Story... (2013)
  • Bringing Back the Sunshine (2014)
  • If I'm Honest (2016)
  • Texoma Shore (2017)[106]
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  • Shock'n Y'all Tour (2002) (with Toby Keith)
  • Here's to You Tour (2005) (with Rascal Flatts)
  • Me and My Gang Tour (2006) (with Rascal Flatts)
  • H2O II: Wetter and Wilder World Tour (2011) (with Brad Paisley)
  • Barn and Grill Tour (2005)
  • Hillbilly Bone Tour (2010)
  • All About Tonight Tour (2011)
  • Well Lit & Amplified Tour (2012)
  • Ten Times Crazier Tour (2013–15)
  • Blake Shelton 2016 Tour (2016)
  • Doing It To Country Songs Tour (2017)
  • Country Music Freaks Tour (2018)
Filmography Film appearances Year Title Role Notes 2005 The Christmas Blessing Himself Performing "Nobody but Me" 2008 Hitman: David Foster & Friends Himself [107] 2014 I'll Be Me Himself Documentary film[108] 2015 The Ridiculous 6 Wyatt Earp 2015 Pitch Perfect 2 The Voice Judge No. 1 2015 American Saturday Night: Live From The Grand Ole Opry Himself [109] 2016 The Angry Birds Movie Earl Voice role TV credits Year Title Role Notes 2006 Jeff Foxworthy's Big Night Out[110] Himself Episode: "Blake Shelton" (1.11); performing "Ol' Red" and "Don't Make Me" 2007 Blake Shelton Makes a Video[111] Himself Special broadcast on Great American Country 2007 The Collection Himself Broadcast on Great American Country; Episode: "Blake Shelton" (1.14); Episode: "Blake Shelton Part 2" (1.48)[112] 2007 Clash of the Choirs Himself/judge 2007 Nashville Star Himself/judge Season 7 2008 Larry the Cable Guy's Star-Studded Christmas Extravaganza Himself Christmas special[113] 2009 Backstory: Blake Shelton[114][115] Himself Special broadcast on Great American Country; alongside Trace Adkins, Mark Burnett, and others (2012 updated version)[116] 2010–2015 Academy of Country Music Awards Himself/co-host Alongside Reba McEntire and Luke Bryan 2010 The Price Is Right[117] Himself 2010 Blake Shelton Live: It’s All About Tonight Himself Special broadcast on Great American Country[118][119] 2011–present The Voice Himself/coach Winning coach (season 2, 3, 4, 7, 11, and 13) 2011 CMT Invitation Only: Blake Shelton[120] Himself 2012 Blake Shelton's Not So Family Christmas Himself/host Christmas special 2012 The Making of Cheers, It's Christmas with Blake Shelton & Friends Himself/host Christmas special broadcast on Great American Country; alongside Michael Bublé, Pistol Annies, and others[121] 2012 Michael Bublé: Home for the Holiday's Himself Christmas special 2012, 2013, 2016 New Year's Eve with Carson Daly Himself Performed "Boys 'Round Here" (2013) and "A Guy with a Girl" (2016)[122][123][124] 2013 Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale Himself Christmas Special 2013 Malibu Country[125] Blake MacKenzie Episode: "Oh Brother" (1.15) 2013 Bounty Hunters Buck Masters Episode: "Team Buck" (1.06); animated voice role[126] 2013 Oprah's Next Chapter on the Set of The Voice Himself Alongside Adam Levine, Shakira, and Usher[127] 2014 WWE Tribute to the Troops Himself Special; alongside Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams, Adam Levine, and others[128] 2014 60 Minutes Himself 2015–2016 Red Nose Day Himself/performer Special; alongside Julia Roberts, Ludacris, Jack Black, and more; performing "Savior's Shadow" (2016)[129] 2015 Saturday Night Live Himself/host & musical guest Episode: "Blake Shelton" 2015 Michael Bublé's Christmas in Hollywood Himself Christmas special[130] 2016 2016 Kids' Choice Awards Himself/host 2016 CMT's Hot 20 Countdown[131] Himself/co-host 2016 Blake Shelton: Man Behind the Voice Himself Special broadcast on Reelz[132] 2017 Gwen Stefani's You Make It Feel Like Christmas[133] Himself Special Record as coach on The Voice

Shelton has been a coach on NBC's The Voice since its inception in 2011, and has won six times.

Season Finalist(s) Result 1 Dia Frampton Runner-up 2 Jermaine Paul Winner 3 Cassadee Pope Winner Terry McDermott Runner-up 4 Danielle Bradbery Winner The Swon Brothers Third place 5 Cole Vosbury Semi-finalist 6 Jake Worthington Runner-up 7 Craig Wayne Boyd Winner 8 Meghan Linsey Runner-up 9 Emily Ann Roberts Runner-up Barrett Baber Third place 10 Adam Wakefield Runner-up 11 Sundance Head Winner 12 Lauren Duski Runner-up Aliyah Moulden Third place 13 Chloe Kohanski Winner 14 Kyla Jade Third place References
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Blake SheltonDiscographyStudio albums
  • Blake Shelton (2001)
  • The Dreamer (2003)
  • Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill (2004)
  • Pure BS (2007)
  • Startin' Fires (2008)
  • Red River Blue (2011)
  • Cheers, It's Christmas (2012)
  • Based on a True Story... (2013)
  • Bringing Back the Sunshine (2014)
  • If I'm Honest (2016)
  • Texoma Shore (2017)
Extended plays
  • Hillbilly Bone (2010)
  • All About Tonight (2010)
  • Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton (2010)
  • Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits (2015)
Concert tours
  • Ten Times Crazier Tour
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Blake Shelton singles
  • Discography
Blake Shelton
  • "Austin"
  • "All Over Me"
  • "Ol' Red"
The Dreamer
  • "The Baby"
  • "Heavy Liftin'"
  • "Playboys of the Southwestern World"
Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill
  • "Some Beach"
  • "Goodbye Time"
  • "Nobody but Me"
Pure BS
  • "Don't Make Me"
  • "The More I Drink"
  • "Home"
Startin' Fires
  • "She Wouldn't Be Gone"
  • "I'll Just Hold On"
Red River Blue
  • "Honey Bee"
  • "God Gave Me You"
  • "Drink on It"
  • "Over"
Based on a True Story...
  • "Sure Be Cool If You Did"
  • "Boys 'Round Here"
  • "Mine Would Be You"
  • "Doin' What She Likes"
  • "My Eyes"
Bringing Back the Sunshine
  • "Neon Light"
  • "Lonely Tonight"
  • "Sangria"
  • "Gonna"
If I'm Honest
  • "Straight Outta Cold Beer"
  • "She's Got a Way with Words"
  • "Came Here to Forget"
  • "A Guy with a Girl"
  • "Go Ahead and Break My Heart"
  • "Friends"
  • "Savior's Shadow"
  • "Every Time I Hear That Song"
Texoma Shore
  • "I'll Name the Dogs"
  • "I Lived It"
  • "The Truth About Men"
  • "Just a Fool"
  • "Medicine"
  • "You Make It Feel Like Christmas"
Other songs
  • "Hillbilly Bone"
  • "All About Tonight"
  • "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking"
  • "Footloose"
  • "Over You"
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  • Garth Brooks
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  • The Browns
  • Carl Butler and Pearl
  • Archie Campbell
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  • Martha Carson
  • The Carter Sisters
  • Maybelle Carter
  • Johnny Cash
  • June Carter Cash
  • Roy Clark
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