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Blake Shelton’s “God’s Country” Making Radio Premiere At 6AM ET On March 29

The song will receive hourly airplay from numerous country radio stations.

Blake Shelton - Gods Country Cover, courtesy of Warner Music Nashville

Blake Shelton’s new single “God’s Country” arrives this Friday, March 29, and it will unsurprisingly receive considerable attention at country radio.

According to a trade advertisement from the Warner team, “God’s Country” will launch at country radio at 6AM ET/5AM CT this Friday.

Numerous stations are expected to play the song almost immediately upon arrival — and then continue spinning the song once an hour for the rest of the day.

“God’s Country” will be the lead single from Blake Shelton’s forthcoming album. Said album will be the follow-up to “Texoma Shore,” which produced a #1 country radio hit in “I’ll Name The Dogs” and a widely acclaimed, Grammy-nominated single in “I Lived It.”

Written by Brian Cantor

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