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Chesney to Preview New Album with Town Hall Special

posted October 22nd, 2016 at 9:29 pm

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Kenny Chesney will do a town hall interview later this week on No Shoes Radio to promote his new album Cosmic Hallelujah.

Kenny Chesney is gearing up for the Oct. 28 release of his new album Cosmic Hallelujah, and to celebrate he gave fans of his SiriusXM channel No Shoes Radio (Ch. 57) the exclusive opportunity to hear the album in its entirety before it’s released and ask him their most burning questions.

“This is what No Shoes Radio is all about,” Chesney said. “Going direct to the people who love this music as much as we do — and giving them the chance to get inside these songs in a very personal way. This record has had a very unusual path, and I am so glad people are finally hearing this music.”

SiriusXM’s Town Hall with Kenny Chesney will premiere on Friday, Oct. 28 at 12 p.m. ET on No Shoes Radio (Ch. 57). The exclusive album preview special will air the day before on No Shoes Radio at 6 p.m. ET.

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Album Artwork and Track List Released for New Album

posted September 28th, 2016 at 9:04 am

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The track list and album cover have been released for Kenny Chesney’s upcoming album “Cosmic Hallelujah.”

Track list:

  1. Trip Around the Sun
  2. All the Pretty Girls
  3. Setting the World On Fire – with P!nk
  4. Noise
  5. Bucket
  6. Bar at the End of the World
  7. Some Town Somewhere
  8. Rich and Miserable
  9. Jesus and Elvis
  10. Winnebago
  11. Coach
  12. I Want to Know What Love Is

Country Standard Time reveals more:

“I’ve been blessed with some of the best songs out there, some songs written, actually, just for this album by writers whose work I’ve loved for years,” Chesney said. “When ‘Setting The World On Fire’ came together, it opened a window of time – and some songs that had come in after we were done, I didn’t have to save for the next album. Suddenly, everything was changing, and the album I’m releasing now has a lot of what made ‘Some Town Somewhere’ capture the essential part of who the No Shoes Nation is, but really takes the your-life-is-now piece of ‘The Big Revival’ and expands it.

“And there’s one very special song I’ve been holding for years called ‘Coach’ that we went in and re-cut,” said Chesney. “It really captured that song’s heart.”

The new album will be released October 28th. You can pre-order the audio CD now at Amazon.

Kenny’s official site is also offering a few fan bundles. Check them out at cosmichallelujah.com.

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Chesney Changes Name of Upcoming Album

posted July 10th, 2016 at 6:40 pm

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Last week Kenny Chesney announced that his new album’s release date would be delayed until October. He then went on Good Morning America on Friday and announced that the title of the album is changing too!

Kenny’s creative roll over the last few months defies conventional business wisdom, but it seems to be igniting a whole other spark. After writing, recording and releasing “Noise” in a matter of 11 days – and delaying the follow-up to his acclaimed The Big Revival until October 28 to accommodate “Setting the World On Fire,” featuring pop superstar P!NK – Kenny went on Good Morning America and surprised the hosts with a brand new title for his forthcoming album: Cosmic Hallelujah.

“The more I listened, the more these songs’ energy– especially ‘Setting The World On Fire’ – took hold,” Kenny said. “Some Town Somewhere is a great title, and it’s every single one of us. But then there’s how the album fits together, and even expands on what the last album did. So, I could go with what was already in place, or I could grab the title that felt the most right.

“In the end, these album titles are around for a very long time. I really try to have titles that give people a sense of what the music is, and what the album is all about. There sure is a lot of Some Town Somewhere for sure, but really when I pulled back and listened: these songs are all about taking The Big Revival to the next level; that level is Cosmic Hallelujah.”

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New Album’s Release Date Delayed

posted July 6th, 2016 at 9:14 am

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Sorry folks but you’ll have to wait a little longer for new music from Kenny Chesney. “Some Town Somewhere” was scheduled for released this Friday but is being pushed back for a special collaboration:

Originally due out on Friday (July 8), Some Town Somewhere is now set for release on Oct. 28. Chesney shared the news via a press release, explaining that the new timeline will allow him to add “Setting the World on Fire,” a duet with pop star Pink, to the project.

“Sure, it would be easier to just leave everything on schedule. But when you have something you know is great, and it captures the best part of being alive, why wouldn’t you slow down enough to make it happen in the moment?” Chesney says. “That’s what “Setting the World on Fire” is all about — and I figure it may be a while before I make another record, and I don’t want to wait to share this because it’s so good.”

Chesney and Pink formed a friendship while the “Noise” singer was spending time in California; he calls her “an incredible singer,” describing her voice as one that “holds so many feelings all at the same time: joy, desire, a bit of toughness, a little hurt.”

“The thing about Pink, beyond what a great singer she is, is what a generous spirit she has,” Chesney adds. “To me, great singers are the ones who can get inside a song and capture the spark. When you hear Pink on this song, you believe her — and to me, that’s everything the song required to come to life.”

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New Album Gets a Name and Release Date

posted April 2nd, 2016 at 10:52 pm

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Kenny Chesney revealed the name of his new album this weekend and when it will be released:

The new album is called Some Town Somewhere and it’ll be out July 8th.

In some ways, this record is more me than anything I’ve done. You get into my head, my heart and the way so much of what’s going on around all of us hits me. Taken as a whole, this is a record about seizing life in all its forms: the moments you wish wouldn’t end, the times that make you rethink your priorities, the simple stuff that gives us balance, a few characters at the bar and the hope that it’s all worth doing.

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Chesney Teases Upcoming News

posted March 17th, 2016 at 6:57 pm

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In the last couple days Kenny Chesney has posted teasers on his social media accounts, presumably for his new album.

Kenny’s manager was recently interviewed by Billboard, where he revealed that the new album will likely be released in May:

We’re hoping for May. He’s still recording. He’s a great A&R person, and he knows the funnel in which he can compete is pretty tight. You can’t give [fans] too much of where you’ve been, [and] if you try to conform to what everybody else is doing, then that doesn’t stay true to him. But from what I’m hearing, he should be in good shape.

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New Album Coming This Spring From Kenny Chesney

posted March 7th, 2016 at 7:04 pm

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Kenny Chesney revealed today that he’s been back in the studio and will drop a new album this spring!

From Entertainment Weekly:

“You have to take time to live and breathe, to fill up your tanks to be creative,” the singer said of his process, via a release. “Otherwise, you’re just on a treadmill churning out what you’ve already done.” For his 16th studio LP, Chesney is joined by longtime co-producer Buddy Cannon (Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard) and has been writing with equally familiar top-tier Music City scribes like Josh Osborne, Shane McAnally, David Lee Murphy, and more.

Rather than stick to the same formula used on the last set, Chesney says his goal for the new collection was to find a fresh sound. “When we came off the road and I listened back to The Big Revival, all I could think was, ‘Man, we covered a lot of ground, went pretty cool, as well as new places musically. I knew we couldn’t repeat, but I also wanted to find new ways and new things to record.”

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