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David Lee Murphy earned his first No.1 single in 23 years with his Kenny Chesney-collaboration, “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright.”
The deeply personal project lead with the single “Get Along,” which has quickly entered into the Top 10 at country radio.
“That’s why so many people want to tour with him, just from the camaraderie that you get from that tour and then you also get to watch somebody play two hours of nothing but the most gigantic songs in the history of country music,” Rhett said.
“Knowing where to start with this album was hard, and easy, because this is the song that holds everything together. It’s a tribute to those islands and their unstoppable spirit,” he wrote.
“They have as much fun waiting to get into the show as they do at the concerts, and I love that! I wanted this video to be a mix of how their world works and the way their passion inspires all of us up onstage,” Chesney explained.
Kenny Chesney will sent 12 new songs out to fans when he releases his highly-anticipated new album, Songs for the Saints.
Rain or shine, country has you covered.
Kenny Chesney kicked off the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards with a performance of his new single, “Get Along.”
With all the chaos in the world flashed on the news, Chesney just wanted to send the theme of understanding and good vibes to flush out the bad in his latest release.
When I heard this song, beyond how good the rhythm felt, I was amazed how simply they broke all this stuff down. Get along… find the common ground… know the basic stuff is where the joy, the love, the happiness is,” Chesney explained.
His trainer of 17 years makes sure his physical abilities go beyond the limits of a stage show.
While he doesn’t own an island, Chesney appreciates the good vibes from the tropical paradise he calls his second home.
Kenny Chesney and Lady Antebellum are among the latest to join the performance lineup for the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards.
Chesney will host his shows at the Hard Rock Casino in Las Vegas on March 16 and 17.
“I guess that’s one of the perks of being on the tour is I get to have a free ticket to his show every night,” Lay chuckled.
Kenny Chesney is bringing his Trip Around The Sun Tour to amphitheaters nationwide this summer.
Sam Hunt has us looking forward to sunny days ahead with his cover of Kenny Chesney’s 2002 smash, “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems.”
No word yet on the Tennessee native’s plans for upcoming music.