Kenny Chesney

​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


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

​Kenny Kicks off Tour in Auburn With 50,430 War Eagles

They hoisted the flag of the No Shoes Nation Monday. Friday afternoon, there was tell of a few songs played at the Lambda Chi house. By 8:50 Saturday night, the War Eagles were beyond ready for Kenny, who kicked off his 2016 Spread The Love Tour as the first ever concert in the 75-year history of Jordan-Hare Stadium, with a two hour set. With guitars blazing, a bumper... Read more

New Album Some Town Somewhere Out July 8

With “Noise,” the propulsive look at sonic overload and hyper connectivity, Kenny struck a nerve about the white noise overwhelming our daily lives. Kenny continues his examination of our world in Some Town Somewhere, speaking toresetting reality, drinking, dreams, love and escape when the album drops July 8. “In some ways, this record is more me than anything I’ve done,” Kenny... Read more

Kenny Launches No Shoes Radio Exclusively on SiriusXM

SiriusXM announced today that Kenny will bring his “No Shoes Radio” channel exclusively to SiriusXM. No Shoes Radio, curated by Kenny himself, will feature Kenny's hits, songs from his favorite artists across multiple styles of music, rare live performances and special backstage coverage from his concerts. “We’ve spent eight years building No Shoes... Read more

Kenny Makes Some Very Loud “Noise”

Having built a career on knowing the moment and trusting his gut, Kenny derailed a pretty involved single set-up when he suddenly found himself midway through writing a song about the impact of sonic overload on our society. “Sometimes as a writer, you sense the urgency of what you’re saying,” he says. “I knew how many hours of work had gone into setting up the album and... Read more

Kenny Turns Up the "Noise" March 24

When Kenny walked into a marketing meeting late and on the phone, it was obvious he was focused. What no one knew was the East Tennessee superstar/songwriter was hip-deep in a conversation with Shane McAnally that would become “Noise,” completed that day – and rushed into the studio two days later. “Sometimes you know you’ve got something so timely, so right then, you have to... Read more