It's a good thing that Blake Shelton's goal of country music superstardom worked out because the day jobs he held prior to signing a record deal weren't nearly as glamorous or as profitable. During his younger, mullet sporting years, the 'Honey Bee' singer painted houses, a job he says he liked better than his other gig: dubbing cassette tapes. Who knew making copies of cassettes was something people got paid to do? Clearly his potential in that line of work was limited.