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Mar
29

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Blake Shelton’s ‘Came Here To Forget’ Video To Debut During Premiere of ‘Deadliest Catch’

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Country music superstar Blake Shelton and Discovery are teaming up for a blockbuster night of premieres Tuesday, as the 12th season of hit reality series Deadliest Catch kicks off with the help of the Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville recording artist’s video for hot new single “Came Here to Forget.”

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Mar
16

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Blake Shelton’s ‘Came Here To Forget’ Makes Unforgettable Debut

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It’s been 18 months since Blake Shelton released new music, and last Tuesday he did so with “Came Here To Forget” debuting this week on the Mediabase/Country Aircheck Chart at 26 and Most Added on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart at 18, tying his highest debut ever.  With over 53,000 singles sold in just 3 days, “Came Here To Forget,” immediately raced to the No. 1 spot on iTunes’ All Genre and Country Charts.

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Mar
9

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Blake Shelton Set To Release New Album ‘If I’m Honest’ May 20

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The much anticipated new single from country superstar Blake Shelton, “Came Here To Forget,” premiered yesterday and immediately raced to the No. 1 spot on iTunes’ Country Chart. The track is the first single off his forthcoming 12th studio album, If I’m Honest, set to release on Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville May 20. “This is the most excited I’ve been about a new album since the release of my second record,” said Shelton.

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Mar
3

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Blake Shelton To Release New Single ‘Came Here To Forget’ On March 8

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The wait is almost over! It’s been 18 months since the release of new music from Blake Shelton. On Tuesday, March 8, Shelton will release “Came Here To Forget,” the first single from his long awaited 12th studio album.

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Jan
8

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Blake Shelton Wins People’s Choice Award For Favorite Male Country Artist

NASHVILLE, TN - SEPTEMBER 10: Blake Shelton accepts the Gene Weed Special Achievement Award at the 7th Annual ACM Honors at the Ryman Auditorium on September 10, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Davis/Getty Images for ACM)

NASHVILLE, TN – SEPTEMBER 10: Blake Shelton accepts the Gene Weed Special Achievement Award at the 7th Annual ACM Honors at the Ryman Auditorium on September 10, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Davis/Getty Images for ACM)

Fresh off #1 “Gonna,”  Warner Music Nashville star feels love from fans as he prepares for 2016 tour kickoff in February

Country music superstar Blake Shelton’s run of #1 singles is due to his fans. So are the high ratings for his hit television show “The Voice.” Now Shelton has something else to thank his fans for: a People’s Choice Award.

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Dec
19

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FTCR’s Most Popular Posts of 2015

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It’s that time of year when there are lists galore, and here is yet another one for you. Our good friends at Farce The Music recently posted their most popular posts of the year, and I thought I’d steal their idea follow their lead. So, for your reading pleasure, here are the top 25 most popular articles on FTCR in 2015, tabulated on December 4.

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Dec
15

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Blake Shelton Caps 2015 With Chart Topping ‘Gonna’

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Bonus Track From Reloaded Marks His 21st #1 Single & Includes Grammy Nominated “Lonely Tonight

Country superstar Blake Shelton continues to make history with his latest single “Gonna.” “I have to say thank you to the fans. This has been an incredible journey and I am so grateful,” said Shelton.

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Dec
15

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Billboard Chart Roundup – Week of December 26th, 2015

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This is the very last Billboard chart roundup of 2015 (we return in January), and leading radio for this final week is Blake Shelton’s ‘Gonna’, his 21st #1 hit. Elsewhere Thomas Rhett’s ‘Die A Happy Man’ holds the top spot on Hot Country Songs and Country Digital Songs, while Chris Stapleton once again bests Carrie Underwood to place ‘Traveller’ at #1 on Top Country Albums. Country Streaming Songs is helmed by Brenda Lee’s classic ‘Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree’, and that’s exemplary of the sheer breadth of Christmas music infiltrating the charts. It’s pretty much everywhere. New non-holiday entries include Chris Lane’s ‘Fix’ and Drake White’s ‘Livin’ The Dream’. Read on for more, and see you in January!

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