ESPN Five Minutes for the Fans with Chesney

posted September 29th, 2010 at 10:26 am

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by Josh Martn

ESPN’s Five Minutes for the Fans featured Kenny Chesney this week, and the Q&A focused solely on sports. There are some great questions from fans and insightful answers from Kenny:

e7561x: Kenny, thinking of your songs, what would be the song you would run out of the tunnel to?

Kenny Chesney: It’d have to be something that was going to get me fired up. One of my first hits ever, a long time ago, was called “Whatever It Takes,” so maybe that. Yeah.

Tracy G: What is your greatest college sports memory as a fan?

Kenny Chesney: My favorite college sports memory is going to be about Tennessee football. My father took me, I remember as a kid, going to my first Tennessee football game and walking into Neyland Stadium and looking how big that place was and looking at the field, I was so excited to be there.

Carolina_Slim: Do you notice similarities between success on the stage and success on the gridiron?

Kenny Chesney: All the time. I mean, I think that’s one of the commonalities between what they do and what I do. I mean, we have a lot of things in common. We’re all in the spotlight, we’re all in the public eye, but we all still work very hard to do what we do and give a lot and sacrifice a lot. And it takes a lot of work to do what we do at the level we’re doing it, and they know that and you can see that.

Read the full Q&A here.

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