Blake Shelton debuts a new song in performance on “The Tonight Show” YouTube/The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
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Blake Shelton dropped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Oct. 30 and debuted his sexy new track, “At the House.”

During his performance, the country music superstar wore blue jeans and a button-down shirt, and strummed on his acoustic guitar while offering up the verses that tout romancing a special someone from the comfort of his own home instead of at a bar.

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“At the House,” is the second single from Blake’s upcoming album, “Texoma Shore.” The Oklahoma-born hit-maker previously revealed that the breezy track was partly the reason behind his new album’s title.

“I was spending a lot of time this past summer out on Lake Texoma,” he said in a press release posted on his website. “There was one week in particular where it was just Gwen [Stefani] and I out there just basically hanging out … We went out on the water every day, went back up to the house every night and just had one of the greatest times of my life. We were listening to this song, and relating to it and realizing, ‘Man, this is one of those summers that we’re always going to remember.’”

Surprisingly, Blake didn’t talk much about the new record with host Jimmy Fallon, despite sitting down for 10 minute interview. Instead, Jimmy used the segment to showcase his comedic skills at Blake’s expense. Jimmy made a few friendly digs at the country crooner’s album cover art, his Oklahoma hometown, as well as Blake’s new Ole Red restaurant.

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But of course Jimmy was only having fun, as he is a huge Blake fan. Before closing out the segment, he put on a cowboy hat and serenaded Blake with his own unique rendition of “I’ll Name the Dogs,” the first single from “Texoma Shore.”


Fans can look for “Texoma Shore” on Friday, Nov. 3.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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