Kenny Chesney

Kenny's Bus Reaches One Million Miles

Kenny was a scrappy East Tennessee kid who wasn’t afraid to chase a dream. Along the way, the songwriter/entertainer covered a lot of ground – from county fairs and beer joints to multiple nights in NFL Stadiums. Rolling out of St Louis, Mo. to Des Moines, Iowa, Kenny saw his original tour bus roll over 1,000,000 miles. “Talk about heavy,” he laughed. “We were on Interstate 64... Read more

Kenny's Big Four

Kenny has always sought to push the video envelope in country music, but never more so than for The Big Revival. When CMT announced their annual video Music Awards nominees this morning, the man Kenny was among the most-nominated with four: Video and Male Video of the Year for “American Kids,” Collaborative Video for “Wild Child,” featuring Grace Potter, and CMT Performance Video for... Read more

​Kenny Goes :30 for Corona Light

Kenny has made Corona Light part of his last six tours, and when he dropped The Big Revival, the high energy “Drink It Up” seemed like a logical fit for a campaign for the iconic imported light beer. “Corona Light reflects so much of what the No Shoes Nation is about: chilling out, friends, fun, the way we spend time together – but cool as much as anything,” Kenny says. ... Read more

Kenny joins Jason Aldean for Levi Stadium's First Ever Concert

They started lining long before the 1 p.m. parking lot open to plant the flag of the No Shoes Nation! Without a cloud in the sky, the tail-gating – ringing the entirety of Levi’s Stadium – set the tone for a stadium-sized summer on Kenny's The Big Revival 2015 Tour, which teamed with Jason Aldean’s Burn It Down Tour for the first of their dozen shows together. “It’s an... Read more

Celebrating Kenny's Latest No. 1 Singles

When you reach for songs that capture people’s lives, country fans respond. For Kenny, they respond in a big way. The Big Revival has yielded Kenny's 25th and 26th No. 1 hits, “American Kids” and “’Til It’s Gone." “I’ve been blessed to know some of the very best songwriters there are,” Kenny says, “starting at Acuff Rose as a kid, I learned when you can give folks... Read more

The Big Revival Tour Joins Jason Aldean's Burn It Down Tour

On Saturday, May 2, Kenny will merge The Big Revival Tour with Jason Aldean’s wildly successful Burn It Down Tour for the first of a dozen co-headlining shows. The pair will open San Francisco’s brand new Levi’s Stadium – bringing high impact country to the Bay area for one definitive night of music. “There is nothing I love more than playing stadiums,” Kenny says. “The... Read more

Kenny and Costa Partner Again with the Release of 5 New Signature Edition Sunglass Styles to Benefit Ocean Reef Restoration

With the Big Revival 2015 Summer Tour in full swing, Kenny has again partnered with Costa to release five limited edition sunglasses to benefit the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) and their reef restoration efforts. The five popular sunglass styles in this year's limited edition line include Cut, Caballito and KC, as well as two new styles for 2015, La Mar and Loreto. ... Read more

Kenny Launches No Shoes TV

Kenny has always believed in getting his fans as close as possible. He started the Sand Bar at his shows to let the hardcore fans come down front and dance before it was a country music standard. He launched No Shoes Radio to let fans take the vibe of his music and shows with them anytime, anywhere. Now he launches No Shoes TV, a quick-hit round-up of the best moments at this... Read more

The Big Revival Tour Opens In A Huge Way

Kenny hit Nashville like a wrecking ball for the start of his Big Revival Tour. For opening night, he played over three and a half hours – performing songs from across his career, including five songs from his brand new release, The Big Revival – and featuring special guests and good friends Taylor Swift, Grace Potter, Uncle Kracker, David Lee Murphy and Joe Walsh. The 36 song set found... Read more

The Big Revival Tour Hits Nashville Hard

Kenny – clad in a dark sleeveless Grace Potter and the Nocturnals t-shirt – hit Nashville like a house a-fire. From the opening of the New Orleans noir film until the last ringing note of Joe Walsh’s hard-charging “All Night Long,” Kenny showed just how much he missed the fans since he walked offstage in 2013. In a 36 song set, Kenny relentlessly moved across the stage, engaged... Read more