Blake Shelton’s ‘Tonight’ Tops the Charts Two Weeks in a Row
Blake Shelton tops both the Billboard and Mediabase/Country Aircheck country charts with his single 'All About Tonight' for a second week in a row. Keith Urban's 'I'm In' remains at No. 2 on both charts, followed by Billy Currington's 'Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer' at No. 3.
Blake says 'All About Tonight' could not be more perfect for him. "That song and the lyrics of it and what it's talking about is definitely the way I've lived my life the last 20 years or so," the Oklahoma native tells The Boot. "I mean it's a wonder I'm sitting here -- not that I'd be dead -- but that I haven't taken that much seriously along the way. [laughs] Because it's just like it says in the song, I know that I'm going to be out until way too late. I know I'm going to feel like crap tomorrow. Don't even bother talking to me about it. I'm not stupid in that sense. I'm just stupid in that it's not going to stop me."
Blake also currently sits at No. 1 with his 'All About Tonight' six pak album, and plans to release a greatest hits collection in November. He'll next take the stage in Tuscon, Ariz., on Thursday, August 26.