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Katie Kauss
April 29, 2013 02:45 PM

Somehow finding time between coaching on The Voice, touring and being married to Miranda Lambert, on March 27 Blake Shelton headed to the celebrated Electric Lady Studios in New York City, where he joined the likes of John Lennon, Elvis and Bob Dylan – by performing a special live recording of his own songs.

All spring, Shelton, 36, has been busy keeping up with his gigs and promoting his new album, Based on a True Story, but he’s not one to complain about his schedule.

“I do love what I do and it is fun every time I get to perform,” he tells PEOPLE Country, “whether it’s performing on The Voice or performing in some cornfield somewhere.”

Watch an exclusive video of Shelton’s “Mine Would Be You” below:

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