Shelton celebrates six pack release with TV visits
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
– Blake Shelton is slated to visit Good Morning America and speak with TV personalities Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb on "The Today Show" on Aug. 12 to celebrate the release of his second six-pack "All About Tonight," available today.
The new release follows his first six pack five months ago.
Beginning today, GAC Television will run an exclusive series entitled, "30 Days of Blake" that includes videos and clips of the country star. The series will air daily leading up to the exclusive 90-minute airing of one of Shelton's sold-out arena concerts entitled, "Blake Shelton LIVE: It's All About Tonight" on Sept. 8. Videos included in the GAC series are: "Dear Blake...", "Take 6 Tuesday", "Guide To...", "Stories Behind the Song" and "Fix it Friday." Shelton will also appear on today's GAC's "On the Streets" and GAC's Top 20 with Nan Kelly on Aug. 13. He will make a special Top 20 appearance on Aug. 20, Aug. 27 and Sept. 3 with a special road report from unusual locations. Shelton will also be on CMT for their Sept. 14 episode of CMT Insider.
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