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Blake Shelton From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references (ideally, using inline citations). Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2007) Blake Shelton Blake Shelton performing at the Crawford City Fair. Background information Birth name Blake Tollison Shelton Born June 18, 1976 (1976-06-18) (age 32) Origin Ada, Oklahoma, USA Genre(s) Country Occupation(s) Singer Instrument(s) Vocals Years active 2001-present Label(s) Giant Warner Bros. Nashville Associated acts Bobby Braddock Michael Bublé Miranda Lambert Website http://www.blakeshelton.com Blake Tollison Shelton (born June 18, 1976 in Ada, Oklahoma) is an American country music artist. In 2001, he made his debut with the single "Austin". Released as the lead-off single from his self-titled debut album, "Austin" went on to spend five weeks at Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. This song was the first single from his gold-certified debut album, which also produced two more Top 20 hits. Although the album was released on Giant Records Nashville, Shelton was transferred to Warner Bros. Records Nashville after Giant closed in late 2001. His second and third albums, 2003's The Dreamer (his first for Warner Bros. proper) and 2004's Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill, were each certified gold as well. Shelton's fourth album, Pure BS, was issued in 2007, and re-issued in 2008 with a cover of Michael Bublé's pop hit "Home" as one of the bonus tracks. This cover was also that album's third single. A fifth album, Startin' Fires, was released in November 2008. Overall, Shelton has charted fifteen singles on the country charts, including five Number One hits: "Austin" (2001), "The Baby" (2003), "Some Beach" (2004-2005), "Home" (2008) and "She Wouldn't Be Gone" (2009). Besides these, he has charted two more Top Ten hits in the #10 "Goodbye Time" (a cover of the Conway Twitty song) and the #4 "Nobody but Me". Contents [hide] 1 Biography 2 Musical career 2.1 Blake Shelton 2.2 The Dreamer 2.3 Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill 2.4 Pure BS 2.5 Startin' Fires 3 Personal life 4 Discography 4.1 Albums 4.2 EPs 4.3 Singles 5 Music Videos 6 References 7 External links  Biography This section requires expansion with: Biographical info -- life before his musical career. Shelton was born in Ada, Oklahoma, and began singing at an early age. By age sixteen, Shelton had received a Denbo Diamond Award in his home state. At age seventeen, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee in pursuit of a recording career.  Musical career This section requires expansion with: More info on each album, critical reception, etc..  Blake Shelton After several years in Nashville, he signed to
Giant Records in 1998. 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 One hit. Instead, Giant released "Austin" as Shelton's debut single. Shortly after its release, however, Giant Records was dissolved, and Shelton was transferred to Warner Bros. Records, the parent company. "Austin" went on to spend five weeks at Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. This song was the single from his self-titled debut album, which also produced the #18-peaking "All Over Me" and the #14-peaking "Ol' Red", the latter of which was a cover version of a George Jones song. The album was certified gold by the RIAA.  The Dreamer Shelton's second album, The Dreamer, was first released on February 4, 2003 on Warner Bros. Records. Its lead-off single, "The Baby", reached Number One 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 #24 and #32, The Dreamer earned gold certification as well.  Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill was the title of Shelton's third studio album, released in 2004. Its lead-off single, the Harley Allen co-write "When Somebody Knows You That Well", peaked at #37 on the country charts, while the follow-up "Some Beach" went on to become his third Number One hit, holding the Number One position for four weeks. This single was followed by a cover of Conway Twitty's 1988 single "Goodbye Time". Both this cover and its followup, "Nobody but Me", reached Top Ten for Shelton as well. As with his first two albums, Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill was certified gold. Accompanying the album's release was a video collection entitled Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill: A Video Collection. 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".  Pure BS Shelton issued his fourth studio album, Pure BS, in early 2007. 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 #12 and #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 Number One hit in July of that year.  Startin' Fires "Home" was followed in August 2008 by the single "She Wouldn't Be Gone", his fourteenth chart entry, his fifth Number One hit, and the lead-off to Shelton's fifth studio album, Startin' Fires. This album also includes a duet with Lambert. This album 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.  Personal life Shelton married longtime girlfriend Kaynette Williams on November 17, 2003. They were divorced in 2006. As of 2006, he began dating fellow country singer Miranda Lambert, whom he met at the CMT's 100 Greatest Duets Concert.  Lambert also sang background vocals on "Home".  Discography Blake Shelton discography Releases ↙Studio albums 5 ↙Extended plays 1 ↙Singles 15 ↙Music videos 11 ↙No.1 Single 5 References and footnotes  Albums Year Album Chart Positions RIAA US Country US 2001 Blake Shelton Released: July 31, 2001 Label: Giant Nashville 3 45 Gold 2003 The Dreamer Released: January 31, 2003 Label: Warner Bros. Nashville 2 8 Gold 2004 Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill Released: October 26, 2004 Label: Warner Bros. Nashville 3 20 Gold 2007 Pure BS[A] Released: May 1, 2007 Label: Warner Bros. Nashville 2 8 Gold 2008 Startin' Fires Released: November 18, 2008 Label: Warner Bros. Nashville 7 34  EPs Year Album Chart Positions US Country US 2008 Blake Shelton: Collector's Edition Label: Warner Bros. Nashville 27 157 A^ Pure BS was re-issued in early 2008 with 3 bonus tracks.  Singles Year Single Peak chart positions Album US Country US CAN Country CAN 2001 "Austin" 1 18 * — Blake Shelton "All Over Me" 18 110 * — 2002 "Ol' Red" 14 101 * — "The Baby" 1 28 * — The Dreamer 2003 "Heavy Liftin'" 32 — * — "Playboys of the Southwestern World" 24 — * — 2004 "When Somebody Knows You That Well" 37 — * — Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill "Some Beach"[A] 1 28 3 — 2005 "Goodbye Time" 10 73 18 — "Nobody but Me" 4 60 7 — 2006 "Don't Make Me" 12 79 34 — Pure BS 2007 "The More I Drink" 19 102 48 — 2008 "Home" 1 41 36 — Pure BS (deluxe edition) "She Wouldn't Be Gone" 1 43 7 70 Startin' Fires 2009 "I'll Just Hold On"[B] 32 "—" denotes the single failed to chart or not released " * " denotes releases with unknown peak positions Notes A^ "Some Beach" was certified Gold in the U.S. B^ Current single.  Music Videos Year Video Director 2001 "Austin" Deaton-Flanigen 2002 "Ol' Red" Peter Zavadil "The Baby" 2003 "Heavy Liftin'" 2004 "Some Beach" Peter Zavadil 2005 "Goodbye Time" "Nobody But Me" 2006 "Don't Make Me" Roman White 2007 "The More I Drink" 2008 "Home" Stephen Scott "She Wouldn't Be Gone" Scott Spear  References ^ Full name per ASCAP database. ^ a b c d e f Cohoon, Rick. "Blake Shelton biography". Allmusic. http://allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:wnfuxq9kldse~T1. Retrieved on 2007-12-29. ^ Crossan, Jeff. "Bobby Braddock article". Songwriter Universe. http://www.songwriteruniverse.com/braddock.htm. Retrieved on 2008-10-03. ^ Salonica, Kelly (2005-11-07). "Story Behind the Song". Country Weekly 12 (23): 70. ^ "Blake Shelton calls number one "Home"". Country Standard Time. 2008-07-07. http://www.countrystandardtime.com/news/newsitem.asp?xid=1894&t=Blake_Shelton_calls_number_one_Home. Retrieved on 2008-07-09. ^ Vercher, Brody (2008-10-03). "New Blake Shelton Album Bumped to Nov. 18; Features Miranda". The 9513. http://www.the9513.com/new-blake-shelton-album-bumped-to-nov-18-features-miranda/. Retrieved on 2008-10-03. ^ "Blake Shelton readies fifth CD". Country Standard Time. 2008-10-03. http://www.countrystandardtime.com/news/newsitem.asp?xid=2166. Retrieved on 2008-12-14. ^ Blake Shelton Talks About Divorce, Leaving Nashville And New Girl Miranda Lambert - Starpulse Entertainment News Blog ^ RIAA Searchable Database for Blake Shelton  External links Official Website [show]v • d • eBlake Shelton Studio albums Blake Shelton (2001) · The Dreamer (2003) · Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill (2004) · Pure BS (2007) · Startin' Fires (2008) Singles "Austin" · "All Over Me" · "Ol' Red" · "The Baby" · "Heavy Liftin'" · "Playboys of the Southwestern World" · "When Somebody Knows You That Well" · "Some Beach" · "Goodbye Time" · "Nobody but Me" · "Don't Make Me" · "The More I Drink" · "Home" · "She Wouldn't Be Gone" · "I'll Just Hold On" Related topics Nashville Star · Warner Bros. Nashville [show]v • d • eNashville Star Hosts Nancy O'Dell · LeAnn Rimes · Wynonna · Jewel · Billy Ray Cyrus Co-Hosts Cledus T. Judd · Cowboy Troy · Katie Cook Judges Robert K. Oermann · Tracy Gershon · Charlie Robison · Billy Greenwood · The Warren Brothers · Phil Vassar · Anastasia Brown · Bret Michaels · Randy Owen · Blake Shelton · John Rich · Jewel · Jeffrey Steele Winners Buddy Jewell · Brad Cotter · Erika Jo · Chris Young · Angela Hacker · Melissa Lawson Other contestants John Arthur Martinez · George Canyon · Jason Meadows · Miranda Lambert · Whitney Duncan Networks USA Network · NBC · CMT · CMT (Canada) · E! (Canada) Related articles Grand Ole Opry · Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blake_Shelton" Categories: 1976 births | American country singers | American male singers | Living people | Musicians from Oklahoma | People from Pontotoc County, Oklahoma | Warner Bros. Records artists
She Wouldn't Be Gone From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search “She Wouldn't Be Gone” Single by Blake Shelton from the album Startin' Fires Released August 18, 2008 Format CD single, digital download Genre Country Length 3:35 Label Warner Bros. Writer(s) Jennifer Adan, Cory Batten Producer Scott Hendricks Blake Shelton singles chronology "Home" (2008) "She Wouldn't Be Gone" (2008) "I'll Just Hold On" (2009) "She Wouldn't Be Gone" is a country music song written by Jennifer Adan and Corey Batten, and recorded by American country music singer Blake Shelton. It is his fourteenth single, and the first release from his fifth studio album, Startin' Fires, which was released on November 18, 2008. The song became his fifth Number One song on the Hot Country Songs chart for the weeks of February 7, 2009-February 14, 2009. Contents [hide] 1 Content 2 Reception 3 Chart positions 4 References  Content "She Wouldn't Be Gone" is a mid-tempo in which the male narrator reflects on his relationship and a lover who has just left him. He expresses regret over having not attempted to keep her from leaving, saying that if he had tried to keep her (by bringing her flowers, watching sunsets with her, and so forth), "maybe she wouldn't be gone". Cory Batten, one of the writers of the song, came up with the opening line ("Red roadside wildflower, if I had only picked you / Took you home and set you on the counter / Oh, at least a time or two / Maybe she'd have thought it through") after seeing a patch of red wildflowers. Adan said that she wanted the song's narrator to have a "feeling of desperation" by realizing after the fact what he should have done to keep his lover from leaving. When he recorded the song, Shelton said that he had "been able to dump more emotion into that vocal" than any of his previous material.  Reception The song received a "thumbs down" review from the country music site The 9513. Reviewer Brady Vercher states that "Shelton's phrasing and breathing are awkward enough to not make the song easily memorable or singable, decreasing its chances at chart success." Allmusic critic Steve Leggett, however, considered it the strongest track on Startin' Fires, saying "[It's] a brilliant portrayal of a man who finally finds his passion and love for a woman when it's way too late and she's already gone, and the chorus swells to passionate, almost white-knuckle perfection. It's a great song and Shelton gives it everything."  Chart positions Chart (2008-2009) Peak position U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs 1 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 43 Canadian Radio & Records Country Singles 7 Canadian Billboard Hot 100 70 Preceded by "Country Boy" by Alan Jackson Billboard Hot Country Songs number-one single February 7-February 14, 2009 Succeeded by "Feel That Fire" by Dierks Bentley  References ^ a b Horner, Marianne (2009-04-06). "Story Behind the Song: A Hit Blossoms". Country Weekly 16 (8): 21. ^ a b Vercher, Brady (2008-08-01). "Blake Shelton - "She Wouldn't Be Gone"". The 9513. http://www.the9513.com/blake-shelton-she-wouldnt-be-gone/. Retrieved on 2008-10-25. ^ Leggett, Steve. "Startin' Fires review". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:wxftxztkldae. Retrieved on 2008-11-20. [hide]v • d • eBlake Shelton Studio albums Blake Shelton (2001) · The Dreamer (2003) · Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill (2004) · Pure BS (2007) · Startin' Fires (2008) Singles "Austin" · "All Over Me" · "Ol' Red" · "The Baby" · "Heavy Liftin'" · "Playboys of the Southwestern World" · "When Somebody Knows You That Well" · "Some Beach" · "Goodbye Time" · "Nobody but Me" · "Don't Make Me" · "The More I Drink" · "Home" · "She Wouldn't Be Gone" · "I'll Just Hold On" Related topics Nashville Star · Warner Bros. Nashville Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/She_Wouldn%27t_Be_Gone" Categories: 2008 singles | Blake Shelton songs | Billboard Hot Country Songs number-one singles
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