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Born in 1976, Blake Tollison Shelton is a country music singer. His father Dick was a car dealer, and mother, a beauty salon owner. Blake began singing at an early age and by the time he was twelve, he had learnt to play the guitar. At sixteen, Shelton received a Denbo Diamond Award in his home state. On November 13, 1991, his older brother, Richie, aged 24, died in a car accident. He has an older sister, Endy. During his late teens he moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a singing career.
Blake announced his arrival in the music world with his song, Austin. The track was also the first song on his eponymous album. It was a huge success and reached the number one spot of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart where it remained for five more weeks. The album itself was a phenomenal success. Blake initially released the album under Giant Records Nashville. However, later on he decided to sign a contract with Warner Bros. after the former had closed in 2001.
Blake ’s second album was his first venture with Warner Bros. It was titled The Dreamer. His third album was Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill, released in 2004. Both the albums were certified Gold. His fourth effort, Pure BS confirmed to music enthusiasts that the world was witnessing a genius at work. The album was re-released in 2008 after it had been released first in 2007. The second version had a bonus track in which he had sung a cover of a Michael Bubble song. Continuing on his meteoric rise, Blake released his fifth album, Startin Fires. It came out in 2008. Next he released another compilation of songs titled Hillbilly Bone. This was followed by All About Tonight in 2010.
Overall, Shelton has charted seventeen singles on the country charts, including ten Number One hits. These include Austin (2001), The Baby (2003), Some Beach (2004-2005), Home (2008), She Would not Be Gone (2009), Hillbilly Bone (2010), a duet with Trace Adkins , All About Tonight (2010), Who Are You When I'm Not Looking (2011 ) , Honey Bee (2011), and God Gave Me You (2011). Additionally, three more singles have reached the Top 10: a cover of Conway Twitty, Goodbye Time, Nobody but Me, and I'll Just Hold On.
Easton Corbin was born 1983 in Trenton, Gilchrist County, Florida. He is an American country singer .After the divorce of his parents Corbin was raised by his grandparents. They lived in a cattle farm, where he developed a taste for country music. At fifteen, he took guitar lessons from Pee Wee Melton, a former studio musician in Nashville. He was a guitarist in a local band when he gave his first solo performance. While making an appearance at a record store, he was discovered to play at the Suwannee River Jam Festival. For some time he performed the opening acts at concerts before the main local musicians followed.
After his college graduation, he went to Nashville in 2006 to become a professional musician. Three years later, he signed a contract with Mercury Nashville. In the same year he released his debut single A Little More Country Than That, and shortly thereafter an EP with the same title. In September 2009, his first song climbed on the Billboard Country Songs chart within a week and worked its way up until it reached the number one position in April 2010. The follow-up single Roll With It took a similar path and also topped the countdowns. Both songs stood in the official list of Billboard Hot 100. You can now listen to the chart topping numbers if you buy Blake Shelton Easton Corbin tickets.
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