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29 Oct

Blake Shelton Takes Over Late Night Television

Country music superstar, Blake Shelton, seized the late night spotlight this week, serving as the back-to-back musical guest on both The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night with Seth Myers.  Starting off at The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon this past Tuesday, Blake Shelton performed his latest single, “Gonna”, which currently resides at the No. 8 position on Billboard’s Country Singles Chart.  A video of that performance can be viewed here.  The following night, on Wednesday, Blake Shelton and crew were moved across the famed 30 Rockefeller Center hallway to perform his former No. 1 hit, “Sangria” on Late Night with Seth Myers- which can be viewed here.

Both late night performances came in support of Blake Shelton’s new greatest hits release, Reloaded: 20 Number 1 Hits, which hit the shelves this week as well, courtesy of Warner Bro. Nashville.  As the title so appropriately states, this new compilation release includes twenty of Blake Shelton’s former No. 1 singles, with “Gonna” serving as a bonus track.  More information on Blake Shelton can be found at

Longtime Pearl Artist, Tracy Broussard, once again turned to the proven tones of Pearl’s Reference Series drums, with a matching 14x5 Reference Series snare drum, for both late-night performances this week.  With the same shell configuration as his new and yet-to-be-unveiled Reference Series tour rig, Tracy is promised the tonal perfection of Pearl’s innovative Reference Series Recipe, which offers the ideal shell configuration for each individual drum.  More information on Tracy Broussard can be found here.

Blake Shelton: 2016 US Tour

02.18. U.S. Bank Arena- Cincinnati, OH
02.19. KFC Yum! Center- Louisville, KY
02.20. The Palace Of Auburn Hills- Auburn Hills, MI
02.25. Pinnacle Bank Arena- Lincoln, NE
02.26. Sprint Center- Kansas City, MO
02.27. Scottrade Center- St. Louis, MO
03.03. FedExForum- Memphis, TN,
03.04. Bridgestone Arena- Nashville, TN
03.17. First Niagara Center- Buffalo, NY
03.18. Mohegan Sun Arena At Casey Plaza- Wilkes-Barre, PA
03.19. Consol Energy Center- Pittsburgh, PA