Blake Shelton is celebrating a lot of things these days--2010 has been a phenomenal year for him to date, what with winning his first ACM and CMT awards (both for his duet with Trace Adkins, "Hillbilly Bone"), and his much-publicized engagement to longtime sweetheart and fellow country hitmaker Miranda Lambert. However, foremost on his mind this week is the release of his new record, All About Tonight.
This release marks the second in Shelton's planned series of "six-pak" releases, albums with shortened tracklistings which were designed to allow him to release more music more often to fans. And, in good marketing strategy, this latest "pak" has a different feel from its predecessor, Hillbilly Bone, which came out in March and contained the award-winning title track.
"Hillbilly Bone definitely lived up to its title," Shelton explains. "There were a couple of anthems on there for redneck people like myself. This album is more laid-back, more down-the-middle country. It's got attitudeRead More »from Blake Shelton Talks New Album, Upcoming Wedding To Miranda Lambert