Blake Tollison Shelton mostly famous as just Blake Shelton is a popular country singer from the USA and a coach of a musical show the Voice. (Now he also get an additional portion of attention as Gwen Stefani’s boyfriend). He started singing being a teenager. At the age of 16 he got Denbo Diamond Award in Oklahoma. When he was 17 he moved to Nashville and began to record his own songs. In 2001 Blake Shelton released his first single “Austin” which became number one in the country songs chart. All in all 21 of his singles got into Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and 12 of them occupied the first line. All in all the artist released 10 successful studio albums, 3 mini albums and got numerous prestigious country music awards. In 2016 his net worth accounts at $24 million which makes Blake Shelton the ninth in the list of most high-paid country singers.
Blake Shelton is on tour now, but this tour is quite unusual. Blake Shelton tour 2017 is called “Doing it to country songs”, namesake to one of his songs, but it is not a solo tour. 2017 tour is a joint tour with RaeLyn - the Voice (Season 2) contestant. Blake Shelton tour dates were first restricted to winter and the beginning of springs. However, due to high demand the new dates were added and the tour is still ongoing. According to the official website the last tour date is September, 16. Initially tour schedule included 13 stops, but then more concerts were added. So it is not very easy to specify the exact tour dates 2017. At least we can say that the upcoming tour dates for Blake Shelton are July, 01, 06, 08, 17; August 19, 20, 26 and September 03, 06. So the lucky ones will meet Blake Shelton tour Chicago on the first of July already. So all Chicago fans should hurry up to buy Blake Shelton tickets. As for the other cities, concert tickets are still available and you can buy them online, but don't put it off till too late, because tickets to Blake Shelton often turn out to be sold out at the worst possible time!
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