Kenny was a scrappy East Tennessee kid who wasnt 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 headed west, just passing exit 24 and all those zeros just rolled over. It was a used Silver Eagle when I bought it and the bank had no business lending me the money cause all I owned was a little pickup and my guitar. But I knew if I owned my bus, we could keep doing this, keep bringing the music to the people!
The white Silver Eagle is the subject of If This Bus Could Talk on The Big Revival.
I always thought it was important, no matter what happened, to keep Moby on the road. Hes seen it all and it reminds me and the guys whove been here from the beginning where we came from. Right now some of the No Shoes Radio folks and the tech people are riding it, but we park it right up front... and everybody who walks by just smiles.
Scoring four CMT Video Music Awards nominations for Video, Male, Collaboration, CMT Performance, and with three more stops on The Big Revival Tour this weekend alone, theres plenty of highway in front of Kenny and Moby. And thats just the way they like it.
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