Kenny Chesney may have taken a break from touring this summer, but he hasn’t been just sunning on the beach — he’s been taking extra time to work on his next album.
With his new single “American Kids,” Chesney celebrates the spirit and energy that come with being young in America. The new music video for the song turns it into an even more colorful ride.
Pepper here, and this week’s Impact Artist Sam Hunt, has already made a name for himself by co-writing songs like Keith Urban’s “Cop Car,” Kenny Chesney’s “Come Over,” and Billy Currington’s “We Are Tonight.” Now, he’s ready to step into the spotlight himself with his new single, “Leave the Night On.”
Pepper here, and tomorrow is the first official day of summer. And who knows summer better than Kenny Chesney?! That’s why for Pepper’s Pick tonight, I’ve chosen his brand new song, “American Kids.”
After giving fans a brief taste of what’s to come with a short video teaser, today (June 20) Kenny Chesney has fully unveiled his brand-new single “American Kids.”
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“A little messed up but we’re all alright,” Kenny Chesney sings on his new single “American Kids,” which is due to hit radio on June 23.
When Matthew McConaughey and New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees asked Chesney to play their benefit, he couldn’t say no.