Top 5 Blake Shelton Music Videos
Blake Shelton videos are as diverse and entertaining as the singer's music. Shelton has always been adept at mixing it up, moving from fun party songs to serious, heart-wrenching ballads, and that's reflected in his videos, too.
From clips reflecting a good-time party vibe, to moody miniature films, Shelton has run the gamut in his video career -- and he's also been through some serious hairstyle changes, as you'll see in this list of the Top 5 Blake Shelton Videos.
The video for the first single from Bringing Back the Sunshine is classic Shelton. Directed by Cody Kern, the clip intersperses footage from one of Shelton's concerts with scenes of him goofing around backstage and fans partying at a show for a good-time, fun video.
Close friend and fellow country star Trace Adkins joins Shelton for the 'Hillbilly Bone' single and video. Directed by Roman White and filmed at the Stockyard in Nashville, the comical clip features Shelton and Adkins as fish-out-of-water diners at an upscale restaurant.
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Shelton was still in his early long-haired period when he filmed the video for "Goodbye Time" in 2005. A cover of a Conway Twitty hit, Shelton's version features a clip directed by Peter Zavadil that demonstrates Shelton's ability as an actor, with heartache etched in every line of his face.
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Shelton is joined by an all-star cast for this entertaining video, which is exactly the kind of silly fun that he excels at. Featuring appearances by the Pistol Annies and RaeLynn, the Trey Fanjoy-directed clip turns the entertaining song into a big house party.
The video for "Doin' What She Likes" departs pretty dramatically from the song itself, to great comic effect. The song is a ballad in which the narrator states, "I like doin' what she likes." The video, directed by Mason Dixon, depicts Shelton trying to do some nice things for his then-wife, Miranda Lambert -- but his efforts to create a romantic evening culminate in burning the house down.