-Thank you for coming back,
because I love having you on. I really do.
I want to go — -I love being here.
[ Laughter ] I saw the 15-minute segment
you did… [ Laughter ] -What are you talking about? -…making fun
of my damn album cover. -I didn’t make —
I’m not making fun of it. -Can you try to help me
sell records for once? Can you do something
that promotes me? -What is the situation? Are you, like, thinking about
what to do with the boat? [ Laughter ] Like, what — what —
what are you thinking here? About memories of where you are? Is this Texoma Shore? -Right now, I’m — I’m thinking
about wishing I was there. [ Laughter ]
-I know, I know! But are you here now?
Is this photo of Texoma Shore? -Of course it is.
That’s the Texoma Shore. -But what
are you thinking about? Some other place?
[ Laughter ] Or memories of growing up,
Texoma Shore, young little Blakey?
[ Laughter ] Running around
with his short-shorts on. [ Laughter ] “Ma, pa, I’m here! Am I late for dinner?” “Naw,
don’t worry about it, Blake. We’re having the same thing
we have every night.” [ Laughter ] “Get over here, Blake.
Get in here. And get me a whiskey!” “What’s your problem, Dad?
You never loved me.” [ Laughter ] “Yeah, I do!
I love you right now. Get over here, son.” “Come here, Blakey.” “I love you, Ma.
I love you, Dad.” [ Laughter ] Like, that type of thing.
Is that the type of… [ Laughter and applause ] …situation.
[ Laughing ] Texoma Shore is a real place. I did not know that. -It’s Lake Texoma in Oklahoma. Come on, man.
-[ Woman cheers ] -Yeah, see? -Two people cheered.
[ Laughter ] -What are you talking about?
-What am I talking about. I never —
I really never heard of this. This is —
-Lake Texoma. So, it’s the border
of Oklahoma and Texas — Lake Tex…oma. -Well, I get it now.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. But I thought maybe
you made it up and made up a word or something.
[ Laughter ] You’re an artist. -That’s true.
-You do things like that. You know, you make up words
and stuff like that. -Would you interview me,
for God sakes? [ Laughter ] -Let’s talk about this.
You’re going on a tour. -Thank God.
-Yeah, all right. You’re going on tour.
-Let’s talk about it. -Yeah.
Brett Eldridge. I love Brett Eldridge.
Trace Adkins. -You know, Trace Adkins?
-That’s my dude. -Yeah.
-Yeah. -He’s taller than you, huh? -Little bit.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ] -And Carly Pearce. -Carly Pearce is a new —
-Shorter than you. -New girl coming out
in country music. -Yeah.
-Got a huge hit out there. -Now, you can go
to BlakeShelton.com, which I do every day.
-Of course. [ Laughter ] -I just click refresh
on my computer just to see
what you’re up to, man. -You do?
[ Laughter ] -Yeah, BlakeShelton.com. So you write recipes
and stuff like that. -Yeah.
-You know, Pinterest pages. How to decorate
your dorm room and stuff. [ Laughter ]
I love your website. I’m always on your website. I know that you have
a restaurant called Old Red. -Mm-hmm.
-You do, for real. You opened a restaurant.
-That’s — -Yeah.
-You’re teeing me up here now. [ Laughter ]
-No, I’ve never been there. -You don’t ask a question
like a normal interviewer. Ask me a question. You just say it, and I didn’t
even get a chance to say it. -Old Red is the name
of the restaurant. -Old Red is the name
of the new restaurant in — -The new restaurant
is called Old Red. -This is unbelievable.
Even the band — -Well, it’s just an ironic name
for a new restaurant. “Here it is — Old — Here’s an old new restaurant.”
[ Laughter ] Already my mind is boggled. I go in.
I don’t know what to expect. What do I go in
when I go into Old Red? -Old Red is the new
restaurant/bar music venue that is in
Tishomingo, Oklahoma. I know you’ve heard of —
No. I know
you’ve heard of Tishomingo. -I don’t know if you’re trying
to catch me or something. -I’ve talked about it
on this show. -Yeah. I’ve always listened.
-This show. -Yeah, I always listen to you.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ] -Tishomingo.
That’s where you live. -Yes.
-You have a house there. And do you have a boat?
[ Laughter ] Just setting you up,
because Texoma Shore… How far away
are you from the shore? [ Laughter ] How far away are you from — -I’m not going to give you
the location of my damn house. [ Laughter ]
-Just have the Google digits. -Don’t worry about it.
Don’t worry about it. -What do you know
about running a restaurant? Why would you
do something like this? [ Laughter ] -What do you know
about having a restaurant? -I would never run a restaurant. -You never had a restaurant.
-No. No. I think I might have maybe
almost invested in one and… -Just didn’t. -Well, it’s a bad investment.
I mean, they — it’s — [ Laughter ]
I’m just saying — No, I mean, it’s really hard
to run and maintain restaurants. I mean, I don’t know
why you would do this. [ Laughter ] But I hope it’s a hit.
I mean, in a — [ Laughter ] People — Everyone in Tishiwanga
should go to, uh… [ Laughter ] …Old Red.
You know? You go in, you go,
“I want the usual.” [ Laughter ] Is it burgers and stuff
and wings? [ Laughter ] I go into Old Red, right?
-Yeah. -I’ve never been there before.
What do I see? I walk in.
What do I see? -You see tables.
You see a bar. -Uh-huh.
You see a — There’s a stage back there. -Is there, really?
-Yeah. -Live music?
-Of course. -Well, that’s fantastic.
-Yeah. -I didn’t know that.
I thought it was a restaurant. I thought
it was like an Olive Garden. [ Laughter ] -Because you’re opening
another one, I hear. -Another Old Red, yes.
In Nashville. -In Nashville. Old Red —
When you’re here, you’re family. [ Laughter ] -You made up a slogan for us.
-Yeah. -I like it.
-Where are you gonna open it? -In Nashville, Tennessee.
[ Laughter ] -Yeah.
I’d like to check it out. -Did I say that wrong?
Did I say Nashville — -No, I’ve heard of Nashville.
It’s great. I’m sure I’ve heard
of the other location. [ Laughter ] But I’m excited for you. And I can tell
that you’re excited. -Can we play a game
or something? -No, no, Blake, no, this —
[ Laughter and applause ] -Can we do karaoke?
-Let’s talk about — No. -What about karaoke? -Let’s talk about
“Texoma Shore.” “Texoma Shore” —
This is out this Friday. So you can preorder it now.
You go to BlakeShelton.com. Or you go to probably Apple. [ Laughter ] Apple probably has it.
iTunes has it. You know what? I want to talk about
“The Voice.” -Okay.
[ Laughter ] ‘Cause this is an interview,
and I am doing a — -You did a great job.
-Thank you very much. -Great job.
[ Laughter ] Who’s a special guest coming up?
Kelly Clarkson. -Kelly Clarkson, who’s gonna
be a coach next season. -I love Kelly Clarkson.
She’s great. -Me too.
I do, too. She’s been a friend
for a long time. -Is that right?
-Yeah. I think I met her, like, right
after she won “American Idol.” -Did you really? -She knows a thing or two
about those singing shows. So she’d be great —
a great, uh… -She’ll be fun to beat. [ Laughter ] -So you’re going up against her? -Yeah, when she’s
a coach next season, I’m gonna be going up
against her. -Oh, no. -Do you hear anything
I say to you? -No.
-No? -I have a clip.
[ Laughter ] Here’s Blake Shelton
and Kelly Clarkson in an early look at next
Monday’s episode of “The Voice.” -You’ve been drinking already,
haven’t you? -Check this out.
-A little bit. So, before you
beat me next year, will you help me this year? -Yeah.
-Okay. -I don’t think
you’re gonna beat me. -Are you serious?
-Here’s why. I think you’re going to pass out
during the blind auditions ’cause you can’t stop talking… -Yeah.
-…long enough to breathe. -This is a —
-So you’ll be in the middle of a pitch, literally
face first on your buzzer. -Nope.
-Is it possible that you talk more than Miley? -[ Laughing ] [ Cheers and applause ] -She’s coming on the show… Let’s talk about “Texoma Shore.”
-Sure. -These are some
of the songs on here. -Okay. -What are you —
“”You’re Turning Me On.” [ Laughter ] -That’s a song on there, yes.
-Yes. [ Laughter ] -You think
I was just saying that? [ Laughter ] “Turning Me On” is there. You got “Money.”
You got… “At The House”
you’re doing today. -Yes. -That’s the song
you’re doing tonight. -Doing that tonight,
right here, on your show. -“At The House.” And we’re psyched
that you’re doing that. -“At The House.”
-I love that. [ Cheers and applause ] -That’s one of my favorite songs
on the album. -Is it?
-I love that. -What else do you like? ♪ At the house
in the middle of the street ♪ ♪ The house ♪ ♪ In the middle of the creek ♪ ♪ The house ♪ ♪ In the middle of the creek ♪ ♪ At Texoma Shore,
that was where we used to meet ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] Great song. It feels almost like
I’ve heard it before. That’s how much
I enjoyed the song. -I feel like Super Dave
when I’m on this show. You make me feel
like Super Dave Osborne when I’m on this damn show. -That’s a good thing.
Yeah, like a superhero. Uh, yeah. No, I like that.
I like — “I’ll Name the Dogs”
is a big hit. I like that song. -Will you sing
a little bit of that for us? [ Laughter ] ♪ I’ll name the dog ♪ ♪ I’ll name him
Spotty and Rex ♪ ♪ I have never had sex ♪ Something like that.
-Yeah. -That’s a good song.
That’s a Blake Shelton song. -Mm-hmm.
[ Laughter ] I do —
I do like you. I’m actually
a big fan of yours, though. For real.
I love “I’ll Name The Dogs.” I really do.
-Thank you — Thank you, Jimmy. -Yeah.
-Thank you. -Let me show you
how much I love it. Quest? ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] ♪ Girl, it’s high time,
I tell ya ♪ ♪ No more messin’ around ♪ ♪ Time to lay these cards
on the table ♪ ♪ And just throw it on out ♪ ♪ I’m talkin’ you and me ♪ ♪ With the same street name,
same last name ♪ ♪ Same everything ♪ ♪ It’s a real thing,
a how I feel thing ♪ ♪ Now I’mma go on
and take a swing ♪ ♪ You find the spot,
and I’ll find the money ♪ ♪ You be the pretty,
and I’ll be the funny ♪ ♪ You plant the flowers,
I’ll plant the kisses ♪ ♪ Baby, let’s get right
down to business ♪ ♪ You hang the pictures,
and I’ll hang the stars ♪ ♪ You pick the paint,
I’ll pick a guitar ♪ ♪ Sing you a song out there with
the crickets and the frogs ♪ ♪ You name the babies,
and I’ll name the dogs ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] -I love your stuff. When I hear that, it makes me
just want to kick back and go, like,
back to Texoma Shore. -Yeah. You look good
in that hat, by the way. Don’t y’all think
he looks good in that hat? You look good in that hat.
[ Cheers and applause ] -I look like somebody. Who do I look like? -You look a little like Woody
from “Toy Story.” [ Cheers and applause ]