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Transcript of Blake Shelton
gifts were a flask and
a shotgun. Some of his biggest pet peeves: under-dressed people
and bare feet. 'The Voice' coach used
to hate reality television
shows. Early Years By the age of 16, Shelton toured the bar circuit, garnering
statewide attention and winning the Denbo Diamond
Award, the top award for young entertainers in
Oklahoma. After graduating from high school, in
1994, he moved to Nashville to launch a songwriting career. Once in Nashville, Shelton sold songs to several musical publishing houses and landed a solo recording contract with Giant Records. In February 2003, Shelton released The Dreamer, and it’s first single, "The Baby," reached No. 1 on the country music charts, hanging on for three weeks. Shelton released full-length album Startin’ Fires in 2009. Topping the charts Personal Life and Continued Success In 2011, Shelton set both personal and professional milestones. He married Miranda Lambert. He became a judge on the TV singing competition The Voice and debuted his new album, Red River Blue, which became his first Billboard 200 No. 1 album, debuting in the top spot. He got married to Kaynette Williams on November 17, 2003, and after their divorce in 2006, he married Miranda Lambert on May 14, 2011. 'Austin' Blake Tollison Shelton Born: June 18, 1976 in Ada, Oklahoma
Parents: Richard and Dorothy Shelton
Siblings: Richie and Endy Shelton Once upon a time, a songwriter in Nashville broke up with his girlfriend. When she moved to Austin, he realized he'd made a terrible mistake. So he put a new outgoing message on his answering machine: "By the way - if this is Austin, I still love you." The hardest part of writing "Austin" turned out to be coming up with its happy ending. He still defends his mullet he had in the 90's. He used to be a pageant kid. Blake Shelton Songs All About Tonight, Almost Alright, Boys Round Here, Do You Remember, Ol' Red, She Wouldn't Be Gone, Sure Be Cool If You Did, and Who Are You When I'm Not Looking