Blake Shelton knows if you want to throw a good party, two SIX PAKs are always better than one. That is just what this recent ACM and CMT award winner is doing with the release of his new album, All About Tonight, available everywhere today.
Only five months after the release of his first SIX PAK, Shelton isn’t showing any signs of shutting down the party with his single and title track of the album, “All About Tonight” climbing the country charts at No. 3. Shelton, who appeared on the ABC and NBC morning shows this past March, is scheduled to return to perform his fastest rising single-to-date on “Good Morning America” AND speak with TV personalities Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb on “The Today Show” on Thursday, August 12th.
Beginning today,August 10, GAC Television will run an exclusive series entitled, “30 Days of Blake” that includes videos and clips of the country star. The series will air daily leading up to the exclusive 90-minute airing of one of Shelton’s sold-out arena concerts entitled, “Blake Shelton LIVE: It’s All About Tonight” on September 8. Videos included in the GAC series are: “Dear Blake…”, “Take 6 Tuesday”, “Guide To…”, “Stories Behind the Song” and “Fix it Friday.” Shelton will also appear on today’s GAC’s “On the Streets” and GAC’s Top 20 with Nan Kelly on August 13. He will make a special Top 20 appearance on August 20, August 27 and September 3 with a special road report from some unusual locations. Shelton will also be on CMT for their August 14 episode of CMT Insider.
In support of his new SIX PAK album, Shelton will be featured on the cover of the September issue of Distinctly Oklahoma. He is in August issues of Entertainment Weekly, People Magazine, Us Weekly and a four-page engagement spread in September’s People Magazine Country Special issue on stands now. Other print and online highlights include AOL’s The Boot, Associated Press, CMT.com, CNN, Country Weekly, E! Entertainment, FOX’s “411 Country Round-up,” GACTV.com, The Oklahoman, Roughstock.com, the9513.com, The New York Times, The Tennessean, The Tulsa World, The Washington Post, USA Today and Yahoo! Music to name a few.