Kenny Chesney

​KENNY TO SET COUNTRY RADIO ON FIRE JULY 28

Having just dropped a new title – Cosmic Hallelujah – for his upcoming album, Kenny continues ratcheting up the excitement by releasing “Setting The World On Fire” to country radio on July 28 at 5 p.m. ET. The duet with P!NK captures the combustive euphoria of being on the brink of love. With a tumbling guitar part, clean percussion and pillowy synth pads, the mid-tempo song... Read more

​Kenny TEAMS WITH ENGEL COOLERS TO KEEP NO SHOES NATION COOL

Kenny's commitment to the world’s waters is as deep as his commitment to the No Shoes Nation. Having kicked off the No Shoes Reefs project in the St. Johns River, he wanted to find new ways to bring awareness, through the No Shoes Nation and tailgating together – and reached out to ENGEL, the original high performance cooler company, to create tools to make long days at the beach, a... Read more

NEW ALBUM: COSMIC HALLELUJAH OUT OCT. 28

Kenny's creative roll over the last few months defies conventional business wisdom, but it seems to be igniting a whole other spark. After writing, recording and releasing “Noise” in a matter of 11 days – and delaying the follow-up to his acclaimed The Big Revival until October 28 to accommodate “Setting the World On Fire,” featuring pop superstar P!NK – Kenny went on Good Morning... Read more

Kenny returns to GOOD Morning America for the Summer Concert Series

If it’s summer, it must be time for Kenny to Spread the Love across America’s breakfast tables -- as he teams with his friends at ABC’s Good Morning America. This Friday (7/8), Kenny will take the stage in Central Park as part of GMA’s annual Summer Concert Series. “Music is medicine,” Chesney says. “It does so much good for people. You can find your life, your truth and yes,... Read more

​KENNY MOVES SOME TOWN SOMEWHERE TO 10/28

When Kenny makes an album, he wants to expand the themes he’s already explored. “American Kids” took the joy of youth he celebrated with “Young” – and went even deeper into the realm of what it means to be free-spirited, alive and in the moment. “Wild Child” captured the same awe at what women truly are that made “Anything But Mine” such an enduring No. 1. Even the hard rocking “The... Read more

​Kenny Honors Policeman Shot 7 Times

Kenny came into Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Stadium raring to make-up for what he perceived as a less than 100% performance last year. But the news that 25-year old police officer Christopher Dorman, after having been shot 7-times in the leg, chest and stomach, gave him a shout out of “Kenny Chesney, don’t forget about me”— fired the East Tennessee songwriter/entertainer up to a... Read more

Kenny Rocks Over 46k fans at AT&T Stadium

It was obvious by the third song of Kenny's set Saturday night, the four-tiered crowd at Dallas/Fort Worth’s AT&T Stadium was ready for the biggest night of the summer. Marking his fifth consecutive tour in The House That Jerry Jones Built, Kenny was affable, sweaty and unstoppable as he led the crowd through an almost two-hour set that included a spontaneous take on George... Read more

Kenny Rocks Asbury Park

By the time Kenny leaned into his set’s last song almost two hours after taking the stage at the legendary Stone Pony, it was clear that the aptly titled “Don’t Happen Twice” captured the feeling of the chilly New Jersey night. Inside the club, it was so hot Kenny was covered in sweat from the second song – and outside, the several hundred hopefuls who couldn’t get a ticket were... Read more

​Entertainment Weekly: Behind The Scenes of Spread The Love

As the only country artist on Billboard’s Top Touring Acts of the Last 25 Years – even though he has only done a dozen headlining tours since 2002 –Kenny Chesney’s NFL stadium-filling treks have become a rite of summer. So when Entertainment Weekly was putting together their annual Summer Music Issue, there was only one tour to get inside: Kenny's 2016 Spread The Love Tour with... Read more

VIDEO FOR NOISE DEBUTS IN A MASSIVE WAY

Kenny made a video to match the reality-slamming urgency of “Noise,” the first single from Some Town Somewhere. Filled with quick cuts, slices of technology, talking heads, fashion models, vintage images, Donald Trump, a Kardashian and people yelling, he was looking for somewhere to debut the groundbreaking clip where the cacophony he was trying to capture would truly be understood.... Read more