Chesney Joins Grace Potter in Vermont

posted August 14th, 2011 at 9:11 pm

by Josh Martn

Fresh off a massively successful show at New Meadowlands Stadium in New Jersey that he said was “one of the best nights of our lives,” Kenny Chesney slipped up to Burlington, Vermont and joined Grace Potter at her Waterfront Park show.

He and Potter sang “You and Tequila,” with Chesney briefly bestowing Potter with his trademark cowboy hat, before Chesney declared “I think I’m going to spend the night.”

He stuck around for cover versions of the Bad Company rocker “Feel Like Makin’ Love” and the Tom Petty tune “Free Fallin’,” alternating verses with Potter. Chesney left the stage with high praise for Potter and the Nocturnals: “This is the best band in America, the world, right here,” he said as the show ended.

Watch a video of Kenny and Grace singing “Free Falling” here.

Chesney previously joined Grace last November when she played the Ryman in Nashville, and just last month she joined Kenny at Red Rocks in Colorado.

(photo by Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist/Free Press)

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  • klmmcm13

    God!  That was awful!  Don’t give up yoour other job, Kenny!

  • jmp

    I am so upset that we went down Saturday thinking Kenny would of been there Saturday in the NICE VERMONT sun and sunset off the lake.  I had heard he maybe showing up and took the chance showing up Saturday.

  • Steven Yeaton

    I’m not a Kenny fan but I do enjoy Grace Potter and that song of there’s is great. It was even nice to see him without the SH_T kicking hat on


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