The video for Blake Shelton's latest single, "Neon Light," has been released. The clip features live performance footage from Blake's show, as well as his excited fans both before and during the concert.
"Neon Light" is the debut single from Blake's new album, Bringing Back The Sunshine, which will be released on September 30th.
Blake told theboot.com, “My last couple of albums have been so positive, because when I made them I was just getting married. It’s been in this awesome place, but after a while, as a country singer, I gotta get back to singing about getting drunk because there’s people out there — and I’ve been one of them — that have had their heart broken, or they’ve had a tough day at work, or they get stabbed in the back.”
Blake returns as coach for season seven on NBC's The Voice, which premieres on September 22nd.
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Keith Urban and all 65 members of his road crew, including band, created a video lip-syncing to Journey's hit "Faithfully" as a way to thank fans for their support on his current Raise 'Em Up tour, which wraps up later this month.
The video goes behind the scenes to feature the hard-working guys and gals from backstage catering to tour bus bunks to the arena stage. It even includes appearances by Keith and his summer opening acts, Brett Eldredge and Jerrod Niemann.
The clip closes with the caption, "From Gilford, NH all the way to Marysville, CA . . . Thanks for 'Raise 'n Em Up' coast to coast!"
Keith kicked off the Raise 'Em Up tour in Canada in July.
He was recently nominated in four categories at the upcoming CMA Awards, including Entertainer of the Year.