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Blake Shelton discography

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Blake Shelton discography

Blake Shelton is an American country music singer. His discography comprises ten studio albums, three extended plays, four compilation albums, and thirty-six singles. His debut album, Blake Shelton, was released and featured the number 1 single "Austin". It also produced another two Top 40 hits on the Hot Country Songs chart. The album has since been certified Platinum and was his only album for Giant Records.

Shelton's next album was released in 2003 on Warner Bros. Nashville. It was The Dreamer. Likewise it had a number 1 song, "The Baby", and featured two other Top 40 singles.

Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill was released in 2004. The first single failed to make the Top 30, but the follow-up single, "Some Beach", reached number 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart. The next song, "Goodbye Time", was originally recorded by Conway Twitty. Shelton's version reached number 10.

His fourth album was called Pure BS. Although its first two singles both peaked outside the top ten, the album was then re-issued with a cover of Michael Bublé's "Home", which Shelton took to number 1. It was followed by the number 1 "She Wouldn't Be Gone", the first single from his fifth album, Startin' Fires, which also had the Top Ten "I'll Just Hold On".

Shelton released an extended play entitled Hillbilly Bone in March 2010 through Reprise Records Nashville. title track, a duet with Trace Adkins, became his sixth number 1. A second extended play, All About Tonight, was released in August 2010; that title track also was a number 1 single as was "Who Are You When I'm Not Looking". His 2011 album Red River Blue, contains four number 1 singles including "Honey Bee" and a cover of Dave Barnes' "God Gave Me You", "Drink on It" and "Over".

Based on a True Story... was released in 2013. The album had five number 1 singles including "Sure Be Cool If You Did", "Boys 'Round Here", "Mine Would Be You", "Doin' What She Likes" and "My Eyes".

In 2014, the album Bringing Back the Sunshine was released. Four singles climbed the charts to number 1: "Neon Light", "Lonely Tonight" featuring Ashley Monroe, "Sangria" and "Gonna".

In 2016, Shelton released his tenth studio album If I'm Honest. The lead-off single "Came Here to Forget" reached number one on the charts, continuing his consecutive number 1 streak to 17. This streak lasted until Shelton released the album's second single, "She's Got a Way with Words" which peaked at number 7. "A Guy with a Girl", the album's third single, reached the top of the charts in early January, earning Shelton his twenty third career chart-topper.

As of 2014, Shelton has sold over 20 million singles. He has sold over 10 million records worldwide.

References

Blake Shelton discography Wikipedia


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