Chesney reveals the dates and cities he’ll visit on his 2015 Big Revival Tour. “We had more time to consider what we wanted, so we were able to get more creative and could dream a little more wide open.”
What does Kenny Chesney have against clowns? Or rather, what do clowns have against him? Because apparently a couple of clowns once got him fired.
Here are some of our favorite times we had on camera this year, from Kenny Chesney speaking candidly about women in country, to RiFF RAFF’s invention of the Versace Libra Scale.
Surrounded by turquoise water, plenty of sand and picturesque sunsets, Chesney brings the holiday spirit to the islands.
Hear Kenny Chesney get into the holiday spirit with his new song “Christmas In Blue Chair Bay.”
They join Brantley Gilbert, Eric Church and Jason Aldean on select dates.
Church “attacks the stage with so much force,” Chesney said, “and his songs really speak to the people who are fighting the fight to get by.”
The special will debut Nov. 14.
Chesney announced today that Brantley Gilbert will be a supporting act on select stadium dates during his Big Revival Tour next year.
Chesney’s Big Revival Tour and Aldean’s Burn It Down Tour will collide during 10 stadium shows in the summer of 2015.
Chesney’s 2015 concert tour will kick off March 26 in Nashville, Tenn. “This is gonna be a wild night,” Chesney said. “I hope the fans are ready.”
“This time, I really wanted to push myself as a writer, an entertainer, an artist, a musician and not just rest on what we’ve accomplished and the success that we’ve had,” Chesney told Radio.com.
Kenny Chesney’s hit “American Kids” appears aimed less at the “kids” than their parents. Which makes it one of the biggest songs in recent years to address a topic that was all the rage a few decades back: the generation gap.
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Kenny Chesney is ready to invite the No Shoes Nation into his big revival. His new single, revealed late on Sept. 8, is a foot-stomping track full to the brim with religious allegory.
Alan Light heads down to Nashville to hear about Chesney’s own personal revival, his thoughts on country today, and his personal pivot on the new album on ‘The Big Revival.’