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“Save It For A Rainy Day” is Chesney’s Next Single

posted June 17th, 2015 at 1:15 pm

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Each of the first three singles that Kenny Chesney has released from his latest album The Big Revival have hit number one: “American Kids,” “Til It’s Gone,” and “Wild Child.” Will the fourth single do the same?

“Save it For A Rainy Day” is Kenny’s latest single to head to country radio. Listen to it below:

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“Wild Child” Hits Number One!

posted June 16th, 2015 at 9:37 am

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Kenny Chesney’s latest single “Wild Child” has just gone number one on the Billboard chart!

Kenny Chesney’s “Wild Child” hits No. 1 on the Billboard and Mediabase Country Singles charts – marking the first time since Hemingway’s Whiskey that Chesney has seen his first three singles top the charts.

It is also the very first No. 1 for Grace Potter, who shared a GRAMMY nomination with Chesney for “You & Tequila.”

In a cover story for Billboard, Chesney drew a comparison between “Wild Child” and bro country songs: “Over the last several years, it seems like anytime anybody sings about a woman, she’s in cutoff jeans, drinking and on a tailgate — they objectify the hell out of them! […] But I’m at a point where I want to say something different about women”.

He told Taste of Country that he wasn’t searching for another Grace Potter duet, but when he finished writing the song, he knew it was unavoidable. “When you write about women, the best place to start is their spirit, and there’s not a woman that has a better free spirit than Grace Potter”.



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Kenny Celebrates Back-to-Back Number Ones

posted May 3rd, 2015 at 9:31 pm

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At a recent event at BMI, Kenny Chesney was on hand along with the songwriters for “American Kids” and “Til It’s Gone” to celebrate both songs reaching number one back to back.

Rodney Clawson, Luke Laird and Shane McAnally wrote “American Kids,” the first single from Chesney’s “The Big Revival” album. Clawson, David Lee Murphy and Jimmy Yeary penned “Til It’s Gone.” All of the men were present Tuesday at BMI where their publishing companies lavished them with praise and commemorative plaques to celebrate the occasion.

The writers had many thank yous to say to Chesney for recording their songs.

“Kenny is the soundtrack to our lives,” said McAnally. “The fact that he recorded any of my songs at all blows my mind. … I’m just so blessed I get to do this for a living.”

Chesney said he knew he wanted to record both songs as soon as he heard them.

“I had a vision of what I wanted (album) ‘The Big Revival’ to be,” Chesney said. “I didn’t want to do what I had done, and I didn’t want to do what everyone else was doing. I had a small target to hit.”

When McAnally played him “American Kids,” Chesney said he knew in seven or eight seconds that he wanted to record it.

“I thought it was a song that I could wrap my album around,” Chesney said. “You have no idea how much fun it is to sing on stage and I’m so happy that for the rest of my life I get to sing it.”

Read the full article here.


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“Wild Child” the Next Single from Kenny Chesney

posted January 23rd, 2015 at 6:35 am

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Kenny Chesney is reuniting with Grace Potter for his next single. After hitting number one with the first two tracks off The Big Revival, “Wild Child” heads to country radio.

The singer reunites with Grace Potter on the track, which is featured on his album ‘The Big Revival.’ He co-wrote the song with Josh Osborne and Shane McAnally.

Chesney says that the lyrics basically describe all the women he’s ever been attracted to — and he’s taking a stand against the way the “bro-country” movement sings about women.

“Over the last several years, it seems like anytime anybody sings about a woman, she’s in cutoff jeans, drinking and on a tailgate — they objectify the hell out of them,” Chesney says. “Twenty years ago, I might have written a song like that — I probably did. But I’m at a point where I want to say something different about women.”

Read More: Kenny Chesney Selects ‘Wild Child’ as New Single [LISTEN] | http://theboot.com/kenny-chesney-wild-child/?trackback=tsmclip

Get “Wild Child” at iTunes now.


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“Til It’s Gone” Hits Number One on Mediabase

posted January 19th, 2015 at 2:27 pm

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Kenny Chesney is 2 for 2 with songs from his new album The Big Revival as “Til It’s Gone” hit number one this week on the Mediabase country airplay chart.

This is Kenny’s 26th song to top the chart.

“It’s hard to get your head around that,” Chesney says. “But I’m glad it could be this song. Because this one was very much from me to you – the fans.”


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Chesney Releases New Christmas Single

posted November 17th, 2014 at 12:28 pm

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Kenny Chesney announced today his first holiday single since 2003’s All I Want For Christmas Is A Real Good Tan. The new single, “Christmas In Blue Chair Bay” is already airing on No Shoes Radio, and is available at iTunes.

“It seems like there are few times of the year when you can really unplug, really just be in the moment with your family and your friends – and celebrate how great life is,” Chesney says. “Over the last ten years, I’ve really come to appreciate that time off, and what those connections mean, and I wanted to share that feeling with my friends through music.

Kicked back, “Christmas in Blue Chair Bay” celebrates the chilled-out side of Chesney’s appeal. Taking it easy, loving life and painting a picture of a simple place where the emphasis is on what’s shared between people, it is a different kind of holiday song, but one that paints the fidelity among people with a genuine sense of warmth.

Produced with Buddy Cannon, this is Chesney’s first Christmas music since 2003’s nearly-Platinum All I Want For Christmas Is A Real Good Tan. Mixing originals with Willie Nelson’s “Pretty Paper,” Alabama’s “Christmas In Dixie” and Keith Whitley’s “Just a Kid” and classics “Silent Night” and “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” its release caused lines so long at Minneapolis’ Mall of America three days before release it prompted the installation of heating units and porta-potties for the people waiting.

“I don’t know that anything I’ll ever do around the holidays will have that kind of response,” Chesney laughs about the album that also featured the debut of the Grigsby Twins on vocals. “But I do know that my family really loves Christmas – and I was in the mood, especially with the time I’ve been spending in Barbados with my rum, to try and distill how slow and sweet the holidays in the islands are when we can get there.”

For anyone who savors Chesney’s unique mix of sea salt, small towns, unwinding and enjoying life and the people you’re with right where you are, this song hits the nerve. As the lyrics invite, “Everybody raise a glass with me right now/ To all of those up in the snow from all of us down South/ ‘Tis the season for believing and faith and family/ I wish you were here with me…”


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Listen to Six More Songs from ‘The Big Revival’ Now

posted September 16th, 2014 at 8:54 am

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With the release of ‘The Big Revival’ only one week away, Kenny Chesney is giving you a chance to listen to six more songs from the album.

Head over to CMT.com to stream the following tracks:

  • Drink It Up
  • Til It’s Gone
  • Wild Child
  • Rock Bottom
  • Don’t It
  • Save It For A Rainy Day


You’ve previously been able to listen to “The Big Revival,” “Flora-Bama,” and “American Kids.” That just leaves “Beer Can Chicken” and “If This Bus Could Talk.”

Preorder ‘The Big Revival’ now at Walmart.com.


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