Jana Kramer Learning A Lot On Blake Shelton Tour
While in town after the tour's New York stop this past Sunday (July 21), Kramer sat down with Radio.com and filled us in on what it's like to watch Shelton, both on stage and behind the scenes.
"He's an amazing entertainer," Kramer said. "He really interacts with the crowd, and he has them his hands. He's just so good with talking to them and the way that he expresses his songs and shows his emotions."
One song in particular had Kramer tearing up. "He was singing 'Over You,' and I was crying," she said. Kramer is referring to the chart-topping, ACM award-winning song he wrote with his wife, Miranda Lambert.
"He's fantastic," Kramer continued. "He's energetic. And the way he treats his crew is very respectful. I like that."
Kramer's no stranger to singing poignant tracks of her own. Her debut single, "Why Ya Wanna" sold over 1.4 million digital downloads, which was more than any debut female artist in the past five years. Her latest single, "I Hope It Rains" is poised for similar success. Written by Jerry Flowers, Kelley Lovelace, and Rachel Proctor, Kramer said that though she didn't write the song herself, she relates to it wholeheartedly. more on this story
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