Blake Shelton video for "Home" released
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Blake Shelton video for "Home" released

Monday, April 7, 2008 – Blake Shelton's music video for his new single, "Home," will be added to CMT's Hot Shot Rotation starting today and will also be featured on CMT's Top Twenty Countdown on Thursday, April 10. The video is also available on Shelton's web site, www.blakeshelton.com.

Shelton's video was filmed in Nashville and directed by Stephen Scott, Picture Vision. Scenes switch between a lonely Shelton waiting in an airport and a forlorn Shelton in various hotel rooms across the world - from Paris to Rome to New York. The longing for home and the one he loves is evident in each scene. At the conclusion of the video Shelton is reunited with his love - and is finally home.


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