Kenny Chesney’s new album, ‘The Big Revival’, came out this week. He took some serious time off to complete the album. Check out what he had to say about it.
One of the great surprises on Kenny Chesney’s new CD is that in the closing track, “If This Bus Could Talk,” he name-checks one of my favorite singers of ALL TIME: Patty Loveless.
Just today, Kenny Chesney released his brand new album, The Big Revival! And he’s announced the next single from that album, “Til It’s Gone.”
“A little messed up but we’re all alright.”
“This time, I really wanted to push myself as a writer, an entertainer, an artist, a musician and not just rest on what we’ve accomplished and the success that we’ve had,” Chesney told Radio.com.
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Kenny Chesney is ready to invite the No Shoes Nation into his big revival.
Alan Light heads down to Nashville to hear about Chesney’s own personal revival, his thoughts on country today, and his personal pivot on the new album on ‘The Big Revival.’
Country music and the working man go hand in hand, and in honor of all the hard-working folks everywhere, here are the Top 10 Country Songs to Honor Labor Day!
In her new segment “The Peanut Gallery,” Christy McLeap breaks down her favorite country songs. WARNING: The following may contain peanuts and/or comments from the peanut gallery while listening to “American Kids” by Kenny Chesney.