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Shelton ends tour

Monday, October 7, 2013 – Blake Shelton'’s Ten Times Crazier tour wrapped up this weekend with his final performance in Wichita, Kan. bringing the concert series to a close.

The 30-date tour kicked off in July.

"“I must thank my band and crew for making this tour my best," said Shelton. "They go out every night and give their all not only to me, but to the fans, and having them on stage and backstage with me every night makes me want to give more and push myself creativel. “Of course my fans, those rowdy, crazy, fun-loving folks that come out and sing every song, and laugh at my jokes, and toast with me –they keep me going every night - I love you guys. Thank you for making Ten Times Crazier Tour my biggest tour yet. I can’t wait to see you next year!"


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