Blake Shelton Celebrates 10 Million Albums Sold

Pictured (L-R): Brandon Blackstock, Starstruck Entertainment; John Esposito, Chairman & CEO Warner Music Nashville; Cara Duckworth, VP Communications, RIAA; Shelton; Jonathan Lamy, EVP Communications & Marketing, RIAA; Peter Strickland, CMO, Warner Music Nashville and Narvel Blackstock, Starstruck Entertainment.

Pictured (L-R): Brandon Blackstock, Starstruck Entertainment; John Esposito, Chairman & CEO Warner Music Nashville; Cara Duckworth, VP Communications, RIAA; Shelton; Jonathan Lamy, EVP Communications & Marketing, RIAA; Peter Strickland, CMO, Warner Music Nashville and Narvel Blackstock, Starstruck Entertainment.

Blake Shelton and members of his team gathered backstage at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Friday night (Oct. 7) to celebrate his two-night stand there, where Warner Music Nashville executives and members of the RIAA surprised him with a plaque to commemorate 10 million albums sold.

Shelton is one of only five country male artists who have 10 million or more album certifications in the last 15 years.

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