Blake Shelton Hand Delivers New Album to Lucky Fan [Watch]
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) November 4, 2017
Shelton released Texoma Shore on Friday (Nov. 3), and he dropped by an Amazon hub to pick up a copy that a customer named Scott pre-ordered so he could show up in person to deliver the new music. He surprised Scott at a local coffee shop in Nashville, where he was sitting and talking to a female friend when Shelton walked in and announced, "Uh, I'm looking for Scott."
"Scott, I have a fresh order of Amazon Prime Now for you, hot off the presses," Shelton continues as the astonished fan recognizes him and rises from his chair to meet him halfway across the coffee shop.
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Shelton gives the delighted fan a hug and jokes with him in the video above, saying, "They told me we had sold one copy ... I figured I could save a little money by just bringing it down."
The singer and coach on The Voice also invited Scott to a show he played in Nashville to launch the new album.
Texoma Shore is Shelton's 11th studio album. It features his current single, "I'll Name the Dogs," and he dropped previews of some of the other tracks including "Turnin' Me On" and "At the House," which were inspired by his girlfriend, Gwen Stefani.
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