Matt Case - October 16th - 7:07am PST 


    Country star Blake Shelton ignited excitement among his dedicated fans the other morning by sharing a tantalizing tour teaser across his various social media platforms. The enigmatic clip prominently featured a luminous sign bearing the inscription "Back To The Honky Tonk Tour."

    Is the celebrated "Ol' Red" crooner dropping hints about a prospective 2024 tour alongside country artists Dustin Lynch and Emily Ann Roberts?

    Accompanying this intriguing glimpse, the caption artfully referenced Shelton's 2015 chart-topping track, "Neon Light," with the poignant text: "There's a neon light at the end of the tunnel..." This visual and auditory presentation was underscored by the resounding success of his megahit, "God's Country."

    Beneath the conspicuous sign, two smaller signs conspicuously bore the initials "DL" and "EAR." These signs, in all likelihood, symbolize Shelton's touring companions, quite plausibly being none other than Dustin Lynch and the former Team Blake The Voice runner-up, Emily Ann Roberts. Remarkably, both of these artists promptly reacted to Shelton's cryptic teaser by posting wide-eyed emojis, thereby heightening the intrigue surrounding the impending tour announcement.

    Stay close for an official announcement but you can pretty much count on it!