Ever since the song was released in 2020, “Nobody But You” has become a fan-favorite collaboration between Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani. Shelton performed the song solo recently. The performance was a bit emotional.
The country singer and coach on The Voice took the stage for the Mohegan Sun’s 25th Anniversary. The 45-year-old helped celebrate with a set of his most popular songs. Shelton was the headliner at the venue in Connecticut. His solo performance of the duet went over very well.
Usually, Shelton would be performing with his wife Gwen Stefani. However, this was not possible for the show at the Mohegan Sun Arena. Instead, during the song, the big screen lit up with a video of the pop star. While Shelton sang his parts the video board filled in with the rest.
At one point, Blake Shelton touched his heart and blew a kiss towards the image of his wife. The song and performance were emotional and the entire thing sounds like it was a special show. Nobody But You is one of four duets/collaborations that the pair have done together. They released two in 2020, Happy Anywhere was the last collab they put out together.
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Of course, the song comes with a music video. It has a lot of intimate scenes featuring both artists. They have the dog incorporated into the video and other bits from their day-to-day lives. Selfies, pictures, and home videos are the basis of the visual. Fans may remember the performance the two gave during the 2020 Grammy Awards.
Blake Shelton Becomes Opry Member OTD in 2010
On this day of 2010, Blake Shelton made quite a career milestone. He was officially made a member of the Grand Ole Opry. One of the biggest honors in all of country music, it will be a day that the artist will likely remember for many years to come. During his career, he has accomplished quite a bit, but this is one of the biggest accomplishments.
Trace Adkins and Jeannie Seely helped enter Shelton into the Opry. It is usually quite an affair. Members being inducted get all the fanfare and celebration that the moment deserves, that’s for sure. Shelton was taken back by the honor.
“I know a lot of guys want this as bad as I do…but forget about them. This moment, hands down, is the highlight of my career,” Shelton said on the night. His first time ever performing at the Grand Ole Opry was back in 2001. A lot has changed since then.
Blake Shelton is one of the most iconic country singers today. He is always on TV singing or as a judge/coach on The Voice. He has built quite a career for himself in the last 11 years since the “highlight” of his career.