Kenny Chesney is lending his talents to co-produce a documentary on former Florida Gators and current South Carolina Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier.
Toby Keith has good reason to fill his red Solo cup to the brim. The country singer has been been named country’s highest paid star by Forbes Magazine for the second year in a row.
Kenny Chesney is in high demand. And understandably so. The country singer announced his only show for the year earlier this week and when his fans raced to get the tickets, they crashed the system.
Kenny Chesney misses his summer on tour so he decided to do something about it. The country singer has just announced a concert on the Alabama/Florida boarder for Aug. 16.
“I wanted an album cover that was surprising… Not what people expect, but that also suggests anything is possible,” Kenny Chesney said of the album artwork for his forthcoming album ‘The Big Revival,’ due out Sept. 23.
After releasing a new single “American Kids” and an accompanying music video, Chesney went one step further today and announced the title and release date for his next studio album.
With his new single “American Kids,” Chesney celebrates the spirit and energy that come with being young in America. The new music video for the song turns it into an even more colorful ride.
Chesney today unveiled his brand-new single “American Kids,” the first single from his upcoming new album. Listen to the song now.
From the pain of a George Jones classic and the simple joys of the Judds, on up to the determination of Dierks Bentley to move ahead even as he ‘holds on,’ these ten songs show different shades of nostalgia in contemporary country music.
Miranda Lambert’s chart topping single “Automatic” is the latest in a long line of country songs from the likes of Dolly Parton, Kenny Chesney and Merle Haggard, pining for the joys and sorrow of days gone by. But would we really want to trade the present for our vision of the past?
“A little messed up but we’re all alright,” Kenny Chesney sings in a clip from his new single “American Kids,” which is due to hit radio later this month.
“Having spent the last five or six months in the studio, I am so ready to get out there and play,” Chesney told The Tennessean.
It’s easy to forget that most of those songs that make you dance and cry and laugh and love are written by filthy rich, savvy business people.