Shelton announces six pack songs
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Shelton announces six pack songs

Wednesday, July 7, 2010 – Blake Shelton announced today the track listings that will be included on his second six pack, "All About Tonight," due out Aug. 10. The title track is the new single.

The video for the single is currently available from all digital service providers and the single is currently at number 11 on the country charts.

Songs are:

. All About Tonight
2. Who Are You When I'm Not Looking
3. That Thing We Do
4. Draggin' The River (featuring Miranda Lambert)
5. Suffocating
6. Got A Little Country

Shelton's first six pack album, "Hillbilly Bone," was released earlier this year and debuted at 3 on Billboard's Top 200 chart and 2 on the Top Country Albums Chart. The disc featured the chart topping title track with friend Trace Adkins.


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