Blake shelton dating history
He was formally inducted by Adkins at the October 23, 2010, Opry performance.
Shelton recorded the title track for the remake of Footloose released on October 14, 2011.
Its lead-off single, the Harley Allen co-write "When Somebody Knows You That Well", peaked at No.37 on the country charts, while the follow-up "Some Beach" became his third No.1 hit, holding that position for four weeks.
It was followed by a cover of Conway Twitty's 1988 single "Goodbye Time".
"Home" was followed in August 2008 by the single "She Wouldn't Be Gone", his 14th chart entry and his fifth No. It was the first time in his career that he had two consecutive number ones.
Blake Shelton's Barn & Grill was the title of Shelton's third studio album, released in 2004.
Shelton was invited to join the Grand Ole Opry during the September 28, 2010, "Country Comes Home" concert celebrating reopening of the Grand Ole Opry House after the Cumberland River flooded the Opry House in May 2010.
The formal invitation was extended on his Twitter account and was announced by Opry star Trace Adkins.
Unlike with his first three albums, which were produced entirely by Bobby Braddock, Shelton worked with Braddock, Brent Rowan, and Paul Worley as producers for this album.
Its first two singles—"Don't Make Me" and "The More I Drink"—were both Top 20 hits on the country charts, respectively reaching No.12 and No. Also in late 2007, Shelton made appearances on television shows: first as a judge on the talent competition Nashville Star, and later on Clash of the Choirs.