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Number 25

Blake Shelton's latest release "I'll Name the Dogs" has just become his 25th #1 of his career.  Like the many of previous 24, its a great representation of the light-hearted upbeat songs that fans of all ages can enjoy. 

Blake is one of those artists that can connect with fans of any age group.  Whether it be my parents in their upper 60s, or my 7 year-old daughter who thinks he is so funny.  This was never more evident than last spring when my parents and my family all went to watch him in concert.  He kept everyone, young and old, engaged and put on one of the best shows I have ever seen.

You can check Blake out tonight in the season finale of "The Voice" and read more about his latest accomplish in this article on our website.



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