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Rocks Off's Ultra-Hip Rodeo Concert Guide: Blake Shelton

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Date: March 7

Name: Blake Shelton

AKA: "Mr. Miranda Lambert"

Genre: Cheatin' country

Best Known Song(s): "Austin," "Some Beach," "Home"

Key Demographic: Oklahomans, dudes driving Ford F-350s with unmarked bed liners, folks who think their skeletons actually contain a "hillbilly bone."

Previous HLSR Appearance(s): 2010

Houston Connections, If Any: Attended the 2012 Grammys, which honored Whitney Houston.

If You Like This, Chances Are You'll Like: Miller Lite, cowboy boots on Casual Fridays, and trolling for ass at the county fair.

Odds of Wearing a Hat: 50 percent

Because He/She's Bald? Early in his career, Shelton could reliably be depended upon to Stetson it up. Now that he's a high-falutin' TV star, who knows?

Odds of Onstage Injury: Only if one of you tries to hop onstage to kiss his country ass.

Odds of A Miranda Lambert Duet: 60 percent. She's in town too, we hear.


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