‘MusicRow’ No. 1 Song

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Blake Shelton

Warner Bros. Records artist Blake Shelton lands at this week’s MusicRow CountryBreakout Chart No. 1 spot with “Mine Would Be You.”

The reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year sits atop the chart thanks to Canadian singer-songwriter Deric Ruttan and 2013 MusicRow Song of the Year award winners Connie Harrington and Jessi Alexander, who penned the title.

As one of the few ballads we’ve seen take the No. 1 title this summer, it has taken 17 weeks for the title to migrate to the position. Not to mention, Shelton’s wife Miranda Lambert is storming up the charts behind him with her RCA single, “All Kinds of Kinds,” in the same amount of time.

Shelton can currently be seen on Season 5 of NBCs The Voice, which premiered Sept. 23 and coincides with the end of his Ten Times Crazier Tour this weekend (Oct. 5) in Wichita, Kan. In addition to those weekly primetime slots on NBC, Shelton is nominated for five trophies in November at this year’s CMA Awards on ABC, including Entertainer of the Year,
 Male Vocalist of the Year,
 Album of the Year, Musical Event of the Year and 
Video of the Year.

Shelton will appear on Nov. 22 as part of the 2013 George Jones Tribute Concert in Nashville, alongside a slew of additional guests who will honor the legend.

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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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