Shelton Celebrates Certifications, Heads To Super Bowl With Lambert

 

Warner Music Nashville Pres. and CEO John Esposito and his team surprised Shelton at his sold-out show in Duluth, GA this past Friday, Jan. 27 with three plaques to commemorate his success.

Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert will share the stage at Super Bowl XLVI on Feb. 5. The couple will open the event by singing a duet version of “America the Beautiful.” Super Bowl XLVI will mark the husband and wife’s first TV performance since their nuptials last May. Their version of “America the Beautiful” will be available on iTunes beginning today (1/31).

Following the Super Bowl, Shelton will be returning to the second season of the hit TV show The Voice, premiering Sunday at 10PM ET on NBC.

On Friday he celebrated the RIAA Platinum certification of hit single “God Gave Me You,” and Gold certification of albums Red River Blue and Loaded: The Best of Blake Shelton (pictured above).

In more news, Shelton and Lambert recently rescheduled tour dates due to the death of his father, and Lambert rescheduled a Feb. 3 stop in Tallahassee, FL due to the death of her longtime friend Mark Adams.

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