For Shelton, it's "Nobody But You" as the single
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For Shelton, it's "Nobody But You" as the single

Thursday, January 9, 2020 – Blake Shelton is teaming up with girlfriend Gwen Stefani for "Nobody But You" as his new single.

The pair will sing "Nobody But You" at the upcoming GRAMMY awards.

The song, written by Ross Copperman, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne and Tommy Lee James, is one of four new tracks on Shelton's recently released "Fully Loaded: God's Country.

"I was at The Voice compound, and Shane McAnally is on Songland, so they were there doing some cross-promotion. Shane came to my trailer and said, 'Man, I got a song for you,'" Shelton said. "I knew he had Gwen's number from a write, so I told him to send it to her as I was being called to set. I actually got the song twice because my producer Scott Hendricks emailed it to me right after. Then one day I was driving with Gwen and I said, "Hey let's listen to that song from Shane because Scott sent it to me too - it must be pretty incredible."

"When I heard it, I was just floored. I realized how important that song was for me and where I am in my life right now. I just think it's magical. I literally think it's important of a song as I've ever recorded."

Shelton is gearing up for season 18 of The Voice while prepping for more than a month on the road: his "Friends and Heroes 2020" tour begins Thursday, Feb. 13 in Portland, Ore.. Special guest Lauren Alaina will join him on the 16-date run in addition to appearances by The Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson and Trace Adkins.


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