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Shelton brings back "Sunshine"

Friday, August 1, 2014 – Blake Shelton will release "Bringing Back the Sunshine" on Sept. 30 on Warner.

Produced by Shelton's longtime collaborator Scott Hendricks, his 11th studio album follows up on 2013's "Based on a True Story..." The first single from the disc will be announced soon, according to a press release from his label.

Recently breaking his own record for most consecutive number ones at country radio with 12 number 1 singles in a row (17 overall), Shelton is currently on his Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014. He plays tonight at a sold-out Madison Square Garden performance in New York City.

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