Boston: When the Wailers asked Kenny Chesney to help them finish a song
they'd recorded in Jamaica years ago, he never thought that song would
mean more than a positive message for those who heard it and an
incredible memory in a life of amazing musical collaborations. But when
Kenny Chesney - like so many Americans - watched the footage of the
Boston Marathon bombings, he knew what he wanted to do: literally
"Spread the Love."
Nashville: Kenny Chesney didn't know what he'd found the first time he
went to the Virgin Islands for a video shoot. But over the next 15
years, he found a harbor in the craziness, friends he would have far
beyond stardom and a place that grounded him in the beauty of the ocean,
the shore and the national parks. Over time, all that would inspire him
to write a lot of songs for himself and his friends; now a handful of
those songs have become Life On A Rock, which arrives April 30.
Kenny Chesney Fan Club IHEARTRADIO Ticket Giveaway April 24, 2013 Clear Channel is hosting an exclusive iHeartRadio Album Release Party -
featuring a never-been-done-before one hour live conversation and
listening session with Kenny Chesney in the iHeartRadio Theater in New York
City on April 29 at 1 p.m. EST.
Las Vegas: When Kenny Chesney rolled into Las Vegas to celebrate the
4th Anniversary of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's state of the art
concert room The Joint - which Chesney had joined legendary Paul
McCartney, Bon Jovi and the Killers for their opening run of shows - he
wanted to do something special to mark the event. Beyond scaling his
stadium-sized show to fit in the most intimate room his tour will play,
one with site lines being no more than 300 feet from the stage, the high
energy performer knew it was going to take a little something more to
dazzle the crowd used to having the best of everything.
New York: As Kenny Chesney begins ramping up for the April 30 release
of his highly personal Life On A Rock, he's lining-out his television
appearances. The first show he wanted to lock up was "Late Night with
Jimmy Fallon," because the 4 time Academy of Country Music and 4 time
Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year had a vision: beyond
performing "Pirate Flag," he wanted to play "Spread The Love," the song
he co-wrote with the Wailers Band, with Fallon's musically progressive
band The Roots.
Ft Lauderdale: With a sea turtle protection curfew of 9:30 on South
Lauderdale Beach, Kenny Chesney rocked the Tortuga Music Festival like
only he can. In addition to a packed house on-site, the public access
was filled with thousands, people hung out of hotel and condo windows
and over 60 boats anchored just off the coast for Chesney's two hour set
as the sun disappeared.
Boston: Maybe it was "Keg In The Closet," or "The Boys of Fall," but
Kenny Chesney has always connected with college kids. So when he
announced his No Shoes Nation 2013 Tour, with 19 NFL Stadiums along with
many arena and outdoor amphitheater shows, Flashnotes.com, the #1
online marketplace for student generated, high quality supplemental
course materials, wanted to get involved.
Barbados: When Kenny Chesney decided it was time to find the rum he'd
always wanted to drink, he didn't approach the various distillers who'd
offered him lucrative deals to lend his name and likeness to a brand
created for him. No, the man who oversees every aspect of giant stadium
productions and listens to myriad songs beyond what he writes for his
albums, decided he wanted to do it himself.
Beach, Fla. - Mar. 18, 2013 - Music superstar Kenny Chesney and Costa
announced the introduction of five new Chesney-inspired limited edition
sunglass styles in time for the start of his "No Shoes Nation" tour,
which kicks off in Tampa, Fla. on Mar. 16 at Raymond James Stadium.
Tampa, FL: They were waving pirates flags in Section 303 and 334, at
the top of Raymond James Stadium when the lights came up and Kenny
Chesney strode to the mic to kick off his 2013 tour in the home of the
Buccaneers. For the next two-plus hours, Chesney played old songs, his
brand new song and some real surprises.
FL: Kenny Chesney has always brought country's brightest lights to
America, from Keith Urban to Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts to Lady
Antebellum, as well as musical intriguers Uncle Kracker, Sammy Hagar and
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals. This summer is no different, as the
man who's sold more than one million tickets on each of his last ten
tours, taps newcomer and quadruple 2013 Academy of Country Music nominee
Kacey Musgraves and 2012 ACM Single of the Year winner and multiple
2013 ACM nominee the Eli Young Band to open tour stops. Country Music
Association 2012 Album of the Year Winner and ACM nominee leader Eric
Church, will take the stage on 16 of the 19 stadium concerts while
triple Grammy-winner and multiple ACM nominee Zac Brown Band, joins for
three stadium shows - including a co-headline show in their hometown of