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.
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“I’m very proud that I got to sing this song every night with Eric Church and that we actually thought to record it,” Chesney shares.
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“It’s about those times when you don’t want to think of what a song reminds you of,” Hayes explains.