MusicRow No. 1 Song

blake shelton album cover1Just when it seems the popularity of Blake Shelton couldn’t get any stronger, he outdoes himself again. Today he hit the top of the MusicRow chart with a new No. 1; this time a groovy title, “Sure Be Cool If You Did.”

Written by Rodney Clawson, Jimmy Robbins, and Chris Tompkins, it is the lead single from his March 26 full-length studio album, Based on a True Story. His longtime producer Scott Hendricks helmed the release for Warner Music Nashville.

Shelton’s fans keep coming back for more. Not only did the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year achieve stellar ratings for his 2012 primetime TV special, but he maintains a weekly relationship with fans as a coach on NBC’s The Voice. Last week (3/1) Shelton even made his acting debut on Reba’s Malibu Country on ABC.

Catch him while you can––it would be hard not to––as the singer prepares to co-host the 48th Annual ACM Awards for the third year before heading out on the Ten Times Crazier tour this summer.

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Eric T. Parker oversees operations and contributes editorial for MusicRow's print magazine, MusicRow.com, the RowFax tip sheet and the MusicRow CountryBreakout chart. He also facilitates annual events for the enterprise, including MusicRow Awards, CountryBreakout Awards and the Rising Women on the Row. [email protected] | @EricTParker

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