It's time for a "draft Blake" movement. And we suspect Blake already drinks a lot of draft, but you know what we mean.
Monday night's inaugural American Country Music Awards drew mixed reactions from the music industry and fans. Whatever its merits or limitations were, we do have an idea that would make for an altogether more entertaining viewing experience in year two: Fox should just get Blake Shelton to move his after-party up by a few hours and broadcast two hours of that.
For the thousand or so people who attended the late-night jam at Las Vegas' House of Blues, it was the party of the year, lasting three and a half nonstop hours with rarely a lull in the energy. Many of the artists who'd been on the ACAs a few hours earlier showed up, including Reba, Easton Corbin, the Band Perry, Luke Bryan, Jerrod Niemann, and Jason Aldean. A few who hadn't been on the show also put in appearances, including—naturally—Shelton's fiancee, Miranda Lambert, members of Lady Antebellum, and KellyRead More »from Blake Shelton is Host With Most at Post-ACAs Party