Blake Shelton, the charming Oklahoma native, got his start in Nashville at age 17 with the help of country vets Mae Axton and Bobby Braddock.
He hit it big with “Austin” in 2001, and hasn’t slowed down since. “Austin” spent five weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. “Austin” was the first single from the album which also produced two more Top 20 hits.
He released three hit albums In 2010 alone, and won the top male vocalist CMA Award, before marrying fellow country star Miranda Lambert in May 2011.
Blake co-hosted the 2011 ACM Awards with McEntire, and won another male vocalist CMA, moving up his profile as a judge on NBC’s hit singing competition The Voice.
Blake Tollison Shelton was born on June 18, 1976 in Ada, Oklahoma. His parents were Dick – a used car dealer, and Dorothy, a beauty salon owner.
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