In more recent years, Kenny Chesney has began to reveal layers of his personal life through his music. Chesney’s next album, The Road and the Radio , produced five singles. ” Living in Fast Forward “, ” Summertime “, and ” Beer in Mexico ” all reached number one, while ” Who You’d Be Today ” and ” You Save Me ” both broke the Top 5. Chesney promotes his beliefs of perfection, as getting songs right in the studio, ultimately leads to performing 14 it right on the road and on the radio.
Chesney received his first career GRAMMY nomination for 2004 for Best Country Collaboration With Vocal for “Hey Good Lookin'” with Clint Black, Jimmy Buffett, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, and George Strait. He made his GRAMMY stage debut performing “Better As A Memory” at the 51st GRAMMY Awards in 2009.
After playing 19 major stadium concerts, breaking 11 records and playing to over 1.3 million members of No Shoes Nation, Kenny Chesney decided to scale things back, head to where the fans are and create a more intimate concert experience. Though known for his high impact shows, Songs for the Saints 2019 Tour is going to bring all the energy, all the intensity, and all the songs to 19 select markets.
Kenny Chesney is mourning the loss of acclaimed radio host , Bob Kingsley. The 80-year-old, who passed away after a battle with bladder cancer, is being grieved by many in the country music community, including Chesney.
Tickets for all dates will go on sale next Friday, October 4 at 10 a.m. local time. Music from & chosen by Kenny Chesney. Never heard recordings, live concerts, unplugged moments & No Shoes Nation drop-ins.
An 8-time Entertainer of the Year, the man deemed The King of the Road” by The Wall Street Journal and The People’s Superstar” by The Los Angeles Times believes that if you can move people – especially people at the very back of a stadium – then you’ve brought everything you have to give. But what drives Chesney isn’t the rush of performing so much as the passion with which people respond to the music.
Chesney’s Chillaxification 2020 tour, which will stop at 19 stadiums across the country, promises to be everything No Shoes Nation has come to expect from the man who gave them American Kids,” Beer In Mexico,” Out Last Night,” Noise,” When the Sun Goes Down” and more. Dubbed The King of the Road” by the Wall Street Journal and The People’s Superstar” by the Los Angeles Times, Chesney will bring his trademark energy and passion to perform new music, old favorites and surprises for millions of fans across the country.
For Chesney, the man Variety called Country music’s only true long-term stadium act” and about whom USA Today hailed, Chesney’s charisma stretched to the back rows of the stadium,” Songs for the Saints 2019 Tour makes good on everything his career has been built on. Having spent 2018 writing and recording Songs for the Saints, spearheading island recovery efforts in the U.S. and British Virgin Islands through his Love for Love City Fund, playing 19 stadiums and 43 dates, his focus has been on how music makes a difference.
A special presale for Jackson County residents will open at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019. Jackson County residents must purchase their tickets in-person at the Arrowhead Stadium Ticket Office during normal business hours and must present a valid form of identification that includes a photo of the purchaser, along with a personal 2018 Jackson County, Missouri, property tax receipt.
Country music superstar Kenny Chesney hits the ACL stage for a tour through his greatest hits. Kenneth Arnold “Kenny” Chesney is an award winning American country music singer from Powell, Tennessee who released his first album in 1994.
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.
Fourteen long minutes elapsed while nervous “Kenny” chants rose and fell before the power was restored. A lightning strike had caused arena’s breakers to trip, which led to a brief power loss. After power was restored, the modern country music star appeared again to welcome everyone to the “Songs for the Saints” tour.
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There’s no arguing Kenny loves what he does and was meant to do it. Singing and playing instruments is obviously something he deeply resonates with, but this wasn’t always the case. In Kenny’s younger years, he dreamt of playing second base for either the Cincinnati Reds or Boston Red Sox, which are his two favorite teams. Although Chesney’s career ended up revolving around music, he still gets to perform at major baseball games, so we think he’s just fine.
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After Kenny Chesney’s 2018 Trip Around the Sun Tour hit more than a dozen major stadiums and more than 20 amphitheaters, the Tennessee native is scaling back his 2019 tour, which he has dubbed the Songs for the Saints 2019 Tour.
Chesney’s Bobcat Stadium appearance marks his first appearance in Montana in nearly 20 years and the second time in a generation that the Bobcat Stadium has hosted a concert. The rock band Imagine Dragons played a sold-out show in the summer of 2018.
It’s important for Kenny to create an intimate experience with his fans and he strives to reach as many people as possible during his concerts. To reach even more people, he streamed one of his New Jersey shows for the whole globe to see. With the help of the legendary director, Jonathan Demme, Chesney was able to bring the Jersey shore to the internet. Following Demme’s death, five years later, Kenny mentioned that he will always remember Jonathan’s ability to capture music on film in a way that kept the heart and energy intact.
This was my first real “country” concert. What an incredible night – the island breeze was blowing on Daniel Island – there was a golden glow across everything as the afternoon turned into evening and show time.
Kenny Chesney knows a thing or two about connecting. His tours have been a mainstay on lists of top revenue acts for the past 20 years. He has produced thirty No. 1 hits on Billboard’s Country chart.
Having defined the country music stadium experience over the last decade and a half, Chesney spent this year’s Songs for the Saints Tour taking his music to the cities that have been overlooked on his massive million-tickets-a-summer treks. Having played 159 stadium shows – rocking over a million people at Gillette Stadium alone – Chillaxification 2020 promises to be everything No Shoes Nation has come to expect from the man who gave them “American Kids,” “Beer In Mexico,” “Out Last Night,” “Noise,” “When the Sun Goes Down” and more.