Almost all of famous artists have their own app, so why not Blake Shelton? He’s that gorgeous judge in The Voice with the ridiculous height and ridiculously great voice. I remember singing and swaying with his first ever hit single “Austin” which pretty much put him into the spotlight of country music.
Since then he got so many awards. In 2001 he was nominated as the Top New Male Vocalist, but in 2013 he finally bagged the Male Vocalist of the Year. He was so awesome, his album “Based On A True Story” was the Album of the Year in the 2013 American Country Awards.
His team in The Voice won three consecutive times already. He got a lot of accomplishments, including the song he co-wrote with his wife, Miranda Lambert, titled Over You. This was the 2012 CMA Awards Song of the Year. It spoke of Blake’s tragic teenage experience as his brother, Richie, died on a car accident.
All of his awesomeness are captured by his own app, perhaps. The Blake Shelton All Access mobile app lives up to its name. It gives you access to latest happenings, like Shelton’s snide comment to Britney Spears’ performance skills at the ACM Awards just yesterday, April 6. It wasn’t pretty.
You can also see countless photos of Blake with Miranda during every event they go to. You also don’t have to hop on YouTube to watch his music videos; it’s all in his app. You can watch HillBilly Gone any time you want to. It also gives you access to all of his songs and upcoming concerts. Track his whereabouts and schedule of tours to see if he’ll be near your area any time soon. This was how I knew all about Blake Shelton tickets 2015.
You can also check his official Facebook and Twitter account in this app. He regularly updates his profile for song production, music events, collaborations, ticket promos, family life, every day goings on, and more.
The app is compatible with iOS and Android, so you can get it whatever mobile device you have. It’s also free, so all you have to do is install it and overdose yourself with Blake Shelton.