In more recent years, Kenny Chesney has began to reveal layers of his personal life through his music. Again, pushing the boundaries of what modern country can do – three rhythm patterns, double hooks, stark Appalachia with Alison Krauss and Dan Tymynski, hard rock, a woman-empowering ballad with Grace Potter, Chesney’s roots are in tradition, but his heart is on how far he can take the music. With The Big Revival Tour gearing up, it will take that no-holds-barred approach and bring it to the fans without limit.
Anyone who knows a thing about Kenny Chesney will tell you that he has immense passion and drive in everything he does. Even when achieving great heights, Kenny still feels the need to climb higher and always needs more. He says that he resembles a shark in that he always must be moving to stay alive. Writing songs has helped Kenny cope with the post-breakup sadness on several occasions and has brought forth some of his greatest works. Kenny claims to be content as a single man, with his mistress being his music.
Chesney’s first album, In My Wildest Dreams, was released on the independent Capricorn Records label in April 1994 which was a moderate to mediocre release in the US Country charts, however later that year Capricorn Records closed their country department and moved to Atlanta so Chesney’s career had a slight false start. His first major chart success came in the form of ‘Me And You’ which broke the US country top 10 and spawned three hit singles. This was merely the beginning for Kenny, his following releases all managed to sell extremely well, 14 of his 15 releases are certified gold or higher to date. From 1998, when ‘She’s Got It All’ topped the US country charts, Kenny went on to score another sixteen US Country number ones and made substantial chart positioning on the Billboard charts too, with the 2009 single ‘Out Last Night’ breaking the top twenty.
Country singer Kenny Chesney was born on March 26, 1968, in Knoxville, Tennessee. While attending East Tennessee State, Chesney hooked up with a college band and started writing his own songs and playing at local bars. The hard-working musician eventually recorded an album to sell at his shows. After graduating with a degree in marketing in 1991, he headed to Nashville to pursue a career in music.
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Recently singled out by Variety as “Country’s only long-term stadium act,” Chillaxification 2020 builds on the enduring rite of summer that Chesney’s stadium shows have become. With the multiple week No. 1 “Get Along” from his deeply personal Songs for the Saints, benefiting the Love for Love City Fund, and the steamy “Tip of My Tongue” hovering just outside the Top 10 at Country radio, there’s a lot of new music, old favorites and surprises on tap for what will be the summer’s biggest tour.
Dubbed Kenny Chesney: Living In Fast Forward,” the book is limited to 3,500 copies — all of which are signed, numbered and include 571 pictures that span his first days on the road, emergence as a headliner, and his path to sold-out stadiums. The pages also get up close with the fans and the glee they feel when experiencing Chesney in his element.
I’ve seen Kenny 30 times over the past 15 years in many different venues. The two shows this week @ The Anthem in Washington DC were definitely among the best I have ever seen. Kenny is always great but to see him with a crowd of only 6000 people in a venue designed for concerts was very special. The sound was impeccable! There were a couple of glitches with the lighting but all in all it was a great experience.
Kenny Chesney is coming back to Miller Park — and this time, Florida Georgia Line is coming along. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, Oct. 4 at 10 a.m. Kenny Chesney performs during a concert at Nissan Stadium Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018 in Nashville, Tenn.
During a concert in South Carolina, Kenny got injured because of a stage equipment mishap. While singing his third song, his foot got caught between a lift and the stage, and he ended up being trapped for a whole thirty seconds. Once he freed himself, he got back to singing, but it was clear to see by his limping that he was injured. With overflowing adrenaline and not wanting to disappoint his fans, Kenny managed to keep his performance incredible, accident and all.
Journalist Anderson Cooper got a behind-the-scenes look at Chesney’s pre-concert routine and it was certainly NOT what he expected. The backstage green-room isn’t a fancy place with leather couches and all-you-can-drink martinis. Instead, Kenny waited inside of a tiny box, just large enough to fit him and Anderson inside. They were then secretly wheeled towards the stage, where Kenny appeared out of nowhere and surprised the unsuspecting audience. And all this was in time for the opening song.
Tickets will be available for purchase by the general public on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019 at 10 a.m. More information can be found at or on the Ticketmaster mobile app.
Chesney’s award-winning Blue Chair Bay Rum will again be the presenting tour sponsor, with activations throughout the summer. Both shows will be produced by Messina Touring Group in conjunction with Kraft Sports + Entertainment.
Additional fees are applied at checkout. Tickets are dynamically priced, and subject to change at any time. TAMPA, Fla. — Kenny Chesney will return to Tampa next year for his Chillaxification 2020 tour.
Kenny Chesney will take the stage at Miller Park for another can’t-miss show as part of his Chillaxification Tour 2020 on Saturday, April 25, 2020 – featuring star-studded opening performances by Florida Georgia Line, Old Dominion, and Michael Franti & Spearhead.
Remembering Kenny and Tim McGraw’s wild horse fiasco is naturally the first thing we think of when we hear these two epic names, but there are actually many other things to remember about this country duo. For one, remember the time when the two embarked on a co-headlining tour together? Brothers of the Sun Tour saw Chesney and McGraw join forces once again, touring 22 venues in over two dozen cities. The tour grossed $96 million in ticket sales and hosted over a million people at each show.
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Pink isn’t exactly the epitome of an Alabama farm girl and she sure is far from the dusty roads and cold beers of country music. Tastefully combining elements of pop, rap, and rock, Pink has collaborated with various-styled artists all over the globe. She’s worked side-by-side with Eminem, Naughty By Nature, and even Steven Tyler. Pink and Kenny released a song called Setting The World On Fire” which was featured on Chesney’s album, Cosmic Hallelujah.
Hailing from tiny Gibbs, Tennessee (near Knoxville), country heartthrob Kenny Chesney first made his mark in 1994 with his debut album, but it was a few more years before he started scoring major hits and making himself a household name. His straightforward, emotionally honest way with a romantic ballad is his trademark, distancing him from many of the country-pop acts so plentiful in contemporary Nashville. Among his many accomplishments (number one albums and singles, touring awards, association awards), the most impressive are his four consecutive CMA Awards for Entertainer of the Year, the annual pinnacle for country performers everywhere.
After millions of records sold, numerous sold-out tours and creating himself an epic name, Kenny has turned into one of the most popular and most compensated artists in his field. We weren’t really surprised when we discovered that Chesney holds one of the top net worths among country music stars. In 2015, Forbes estimated that Kenny’s annual income reached roughly $42 million – a number he once never even dreamed possible. As of 2018, his net worth stands at a staggering $225 million.
The country music superstar, who has performed at Gillette Stadium more than any other artist, will take the stage for a milestone 20th and 21st time next summer. Chesney’s shows are a Gillette Stadium summer tradition, as he has sold more than one million tickets at the venue and named No Shoes Nation” during a Gillette performance.