Blake Shelton releases re-imagined Bobby Bare cowl of 'Tequila Sheila' | The Music Universe

Friends and Heroes Headlining Run Launches February 2019

After asserting his Friends and Heroes 2019 tour final week, nation music famous person Blake Shelton continues to indicate old-school nation some modern-day love together with his cowl “Tequila Sheila.” Originally launched in 1980 by Bobby Bare on his album Down and Dirty, the re-imagined throwback tune options an introductory vocal by Bare himself. Fans can preserve a watch out for extra nation classics from Shelton main as much as his headlining run this winter.

“One the best issues I’ve been capable of do in my profession, as a result of I’ve been lucky, is be slightly egocentric alongside the best way and have the ability to file some songs that I grew up loving,” Shelton states. “I really feel like they’ve helped form who I’m as an artist and had been what impressed me to need to be a rustic singer. I recorded this music and didn’t actually have a plan for it – I simply wished to have my very own model! I’m an enormous fan, and I at all times felt like Bobby Bare’s character was the type I wished to have as an artist too.”

Covers aren’t the one method the platinum-selling entertainer is selecting to assist these he admires. Blake Shelton’s Friends and Heroes 2019 brings collectively artists that span the timeline nation music. ACM New Female Vocalist the Year winner Lauren Alaina will be a part of Shelton on the highway together with particular appearances by nation icons the Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson and Trace Adkins. The tour will start on February 14th in Oklahoma City, OK.

When followers should not watching Shelton as a coach on his 15th season on NBC’s The Voice, they will hear him take nation radio by storm together with his newest single “Turnin’ Me On.” He has already carried out the “smoldering, mid-tempo quantity” (Rolling Stone) on main tv phases together with Late Night with Seth Meyers, TODAY, the 2018 CMT Awards and extra.

“Turnin’ Me On” follows smash hits “I Lived It” and “I’ll Name The Dogs,” the latter which notched Shelton the 25th No. 1 single his profession and not too long ago earned its RIAA Gold certification. All may be discovered on his chart-topping Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville album Texoma Shore. Described as a file “easy-going nation gems” (People), it grew to become his sixth file to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and marked his 11th all-genre Top 10.