Blake Shelton returns to "The Voice" for the 15th season with the incredible accomplishment of being the coach of six champions over the course of the series, including Season 13 winner Chloe Kohanski. Shelton's other winners are Sundance Head, Craig Wayne Boyd, Danielle Bradbery, Cassadee Pope and Jermaine Paul.
Shelton has a storied career laden with wins of his own. Shelton earned his latest honors with the 2018 CMT Video of the Year and Male Video of the Year awards for his recent chart-topping single "I'll Name the Dogs." He was named Top Country Artist of the Year at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards and ended the year as Billboard's Most Played Country Artist. He is a 20-time ACM nominee and has taken home five CMA Male Vocalist of the Year trophies.
His most recent album, "Texoma Shore," was his sixth record to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and marked his 11th all-genre Top 10. "I'll Name the Dogs," the first single from the project, became Shelton's 25th No. 1 song, a streak that began in 2001 with "Austin" from his debut album. His current single, "Turnin' Me On," is currently climbing the charts on country radio.
Shelton was born, raised and lives in Oklahoma, where he has strong community ties. In response to the devastating tornadoes of 2013, Shelton and NBC teamed up on the telethon "Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert." With the help of Reba McEntire, Usher, Rascal Flatts, Vince Gill and Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic, among others, the telethon raised more than $6 million for United Way of Central Oklahoma. He recently donated $500,000 to the Jimmy Everest Center, an Oklahoma University hospital for children with blood cancer and blood disorders.
In association with Ryman Hospitality, Shelton has opened a string of entertainment-themed restaurants and bars called Ole Red. The first venue opened in 2017 in his hometown of Tishomingo, Oklahoma, with the Nashville location following in June and another in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, due this fall.