Blake Shelton Makes Country Music Chart History

Blake Shelton
(Photo courtesy of WMN)

Blake Shelton has made country music history on the country music singles charts this week via his brand new album Texoma Shore.

Blake Shelton 'Texoma Shore' album cover
Photo courtesy of WMN)

Blake released a handful of songs from his new album the week leading up to its release last Friday, November 3rd. Country music radio stations across the nation decided to share those songs with their listeners and as a result six of the eleven songs on the Texoma Shore album hit the charts for country radio airplay.

The Blake Shelton songs that are on this week’s Billboard Country Airplay (BB) and Mediabase/Country Aircheck (CA) charts are; the debut single from the project “I’ll Name The Dogs” (BB #10, CA #8) plus the new songs from the album “At The House” (BB #33, CA #42), “I Lived It” (BB #34, CA #44), “Turnin’ Me On” (BB #35, CA #45), “Money” (BB #36, CA #46) and “Why Me” (BB #37, CA #47). This marks the first time in the history of the Country Aircheck chart that one artist has had six songs on the chart┬ásimultaneously.

“It’s amazing that so many songs from a brand new album have been embraced so early,” Blake shares. “I’m proud of this record and the work that went into making it, and I’m proud that already it means something to my fans.”

Texoma Shore is available digitally and at music stores everywhere now.

Congratulations to Blake Shelton on this amazing and historic feat with his new album and music!

By: Buck Stevens