Kenny Chesney

"Save it for a rainy day" sets Billboard Airplay record

For Kenny, his year spent focusing on music is proving to be one of the best decisions of his career. “Save It For A Rainy Day,” the fourth consecutive No. 1 single from The Big Revival, has now topped Billboard’s Country Singles Chart for the third consecutive week and reached No. 1 on Mediabase today. “I knew I wanted to do something different musically, and say something more,”... Read more

"Save it for a rainy day" is The Big Revival's fourth #1 single

Kenny knew when he took a year off to focus on music, he wanted to push the envelope without losing his roots or leaving his fans behind. If he was nervous about the shifts in The Big Revival, it’s apparent the moves were spot-on as “Save It For A Rainy Day” becomes its fourth consecutive #1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart. “When I went to look for or write songs, I wanted to... Read more

Kenny Announces First Stop of 2016 Tour

Anyone who knows anything about Kenny knows how deeply his passion for college football runs. So, it is with great pride that he becomes the performer to hold a concert at Jordan-Hare Stadium, home of the Auburn Tigers since 1939, when he plays the storied venue on Saturday, April 23, 2016. The show will be in conjunction with the inaugural Music & Miracles Superfest, created and presented by... Read more

Kenny Taps Miranda Lambert, Sam Hunt & Old Dominion for 2016 Tour

The dust hasn’t even settled from Kenny's record-smashing Big Revival 2015 Tour and he is ready to kick-off 2016. As is always his way, he’s looking to make his stadium shows the best day of the summer. “People count on having a great day when they come out to see us,” Kenny explains. “And I think it’s important that we give them the best show we can from the moment they hit... Read more

7 CMA Nominations for Kenny

After breaking records -- often his own -- at many of his Big Revival Tour stops this year, Kenny woke up to five CMA nominations for Entertainer of the Year, Album of the Year for The Big Revival, Single and Song of the Year for “American Kids” and Vocal Event for “Wild Child” with Grace Potter. “I’m just starting to get the sound of diesel engines out of my ears, and now... Read more

​Kenny Closes The Big Revival With A Record

Kenny’s decade-long love affair with Gillette Stadium – the place where his rabid No Shoes Nation was named – hit a new high this weekend. Having set and broken his own record multiple times, he hit another new number at Saturday's show. With 60,082 fans Friday and 60,124 fans Saturday, Kenny played to over 120 thousand fans this weekend, bringing his Foxborough total to over... Read more

Kenny Breaks Hearts and Records in New Jersey

Midway through Kenny beyond packed set, MetLife Stadium sent out a Tweet that said: “Congrats @kennychesney – Highest selling country artist OF ALL TIME in NJ! Thanks Kenny & the 58,642 fans here 2nite!” Marking his fourth appearance at the stadium where the Giants and Jets play, Kenny had topped his own number for the third time, besting a record set by Willie Nelson in the ‘70s. ... Read more

Kenny to perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival

iHeartMedia announced today that Kenny will be performing in the star-studded line-up of the fifth annual iHeartRadio Music Festival. The highly anticipated mega-concert event will take place on September 18 and 19 in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Along with Kenny, this year's lineup will feature Kanye West, Sam Smith, The Who, Coldplay, Demi Lovato, David Guetta, The Weeknd,... Read more

Kenny's Rose Bowl History

For Kenny, playing the Rose Bowl was a bucket list item. So when he took the stage at the iconic venue, he took it with all the intensity of every college football team that played there on New Year’s Day, the athletes at the ’84 Summer Olympics and the various teams at the many World Cup matches that have played there. "You know when you wake up and you see that sign, you’re on... Read more

Kenny Breaks Another Record At Target Field

In 2012, Kenny set the record at the Target Field when he played to 42,542 fans. In 2013, he broke that record with 43,940 fans played to – a number even Sir Paul McCartney couldn’t topple last summer. And then, on the first night of a two night stand, Kenny set the record again, playing to a staggering 44,152 fans. “This has been the most amazing tour,” Kenny said. “Every week,... Read more