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“All The Pretty Girls” Hits Number One

posted October 5th, 2017 at 10:58 am

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Kenny Chesney has another number one hit on his hands with “All The Pretty Girls.”

Kenny Chesney’s “All the Pretty Girls” (Blue Chair/Columbia Nashville) rises 2-1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart (dated Oct. 14), increasing 7 -percent to 47 million audience impressions in the week ending Oct. 1, according to Nielsen Music. On Hot Country Songs, the single remains bulleted at its No. 7 peak.

Chesney banks his 28th Country Airplay No. 1, a roll that began more than 20 years ago on the chart dated Aug. 30, 1997, when “She’s Got It All,” his ninth entry, became his first No. 1, for three weeks.

“Few songs have as much summer in them as ‘All the Pretty Girls,’ which is why I wanted to record it,” Chesney tells Billboard of the song (which debuted on the June 17 chart, four days before summer started). “To me, there’s a special excitement that is summer and being young and alive. I think the guys caught that in the studio, and in a year that we weren’t on the road, I think I still got to be a part of No Shoes Nation’s summer through this song.”




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Twenty Years Ago: Kenny’s First Number One Single

posted August 30th, 2017 at 3:45 pm

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Today marks twenty years since Kenny Chesney first hit number one on the country charts.

Aug. 30 marks a big anniversary for Kenny Chesney: It was on that date, 20 years ago, that the Tennessee native reached a career turning point with “She’s Got It All,” from his fourth album, I Will Stand. The song became his first No. 1 Billboard hit on Aug. 30, 1997.

Written by Craig Wiseman and Drew Womack, “She’s Got It All” was released as the lead single from I Will Stand. It debuted on the charts in May and reached the No. 1 position several months later.

Chesney had already released six singles by the time “She’s Got It All” landed at the top of the charts. He came close to the No. 1 spot with his previous single, “When I Close My Eyes,” from his previous album, Me and You; that song came in at No. 2, narrowly failing to reach the highest position.

The multi-platinum-selling singer has gone on to have more than 20 other songs go all the way to No. 1, including “How Forever Feels,” “You Had Me From Hello,” “The Good Stuff” and “There Goes My Life.”

Read more at The Boot




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Chesney Debuts Music Video for “All The Pretty Girls”

posted August 14th, 2017 at 9:21 pm

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by Josh

Kenny Chesney has released the music video for his latest single “All The Pretty Girls.”

Watch the video below:

“All the Pretty Girls” is a throwback to the old-school Chesney energy that his fans can’t seem to get enough of. Written by Nicolle Galyon, Tommy Lee James and Josh Osborne, the song was an automatic “must-record” when Chesney listened to it.

“When I heard it, when we made this record, just the whole chorus of that song, I thought about my connection with the audience, and I thought about the energy we have onstage,” Chesney tells Taste of Country. “I think about all the love and passion that those fans out there — we call ‘em No Shoes Nation — I think about all the energy that they throw back at us. I thought about that a lot when I was making this record, especially “All the Pretty Girls,” because I just know that that’s going to make the show even better.”


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Chesney Releases New Single: “All The Pretty Girls”

posted May 26th, 2017 at 11:04 pm

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Kenny Chesney has released his next single off his latest album Cosmic Hallelujah: “All The Pretty Girls”

“All the Pretty Girls” is a throwback to the old-school Chesney energy that his fans can’t seem to get enough of. Written by Nicolle Galyon, Tommy Lee James and Josh Osborne, the song was an automatic “must-record” when Chesney listened to it.

“When I heard it, when we made this record, just the whole chorus of that song, I thought about my connection with the audience, and I thought about the energy we have onstage,” Chesney tells Taste of Country. “I think about all the love and passion that those fans out there — we call ‘em No Shoes Nation — I think about all the energy that they throw back at us. I thought about that a lot when I was making this record, especially “All the Pretty Girls,” because I just know that that’s going to make the show even better.”

Listen to the song below:




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“Bar At The End Of The World” Selected as Next Single

posted December 12th, 2016 at 9:04 pm

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Kenny Chesney has selected his next single of his newest album:

Chesney’s third single from Cosmic Halleljuah, “Bar at the End of the World” was written by JT Harding, Aimee Mayo and David Lee Murphy, but the song is quintessential Chesney: a tune about “a little tin roof bar down a path you have to follow” — a place “like nowhere else that you’ve ever been,” where “there ain’t no empty glasses” and where “they’re playing “Drift Away.”” Readers can press play below to hear the tune.

“That song is about escaping everything in your life, whether it’s the election or your job or whatever is weighing you down,” Chesney tells EW. “I think there is a part of all of us that wakes up one day and says, ‘I want to find a bar that is as far away as I possibly can, and just sit there.’”

Listen to the single below and get it now on iTunes:




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Watch Kenny Perform “Noise” on Ellen

posted October 31st, 2016 at 8:57 am

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Kenny Chesney appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday and performed his latest single “Noise.”

Watch below:



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Listen to “Rich and Miserable” From New Album

posted October 24th, 2016 at 1:39 pm

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The third single from Kenny Chesney’s new album Cosmic Hallelujah is “Rich and Miserable.” Listen to it below:

From The Boot:

Similar to “Noise,” Chesney’s first single off the upcoming Cosmic Hallelujah, “Rich and Miserable” brings new depth to the singer’s career. Both songs add social commentary to his song repartee, going beyond the well-known (and well-loved) party anthems that Chesney is known for. And while “Noise” explored the effects of technological distraction, this latest track delves into the “American dream” and what happens when attaining it just leads to more misery.

In exploring the potentially devastating effects of being consumed in our pursuit of more, the lyric video for “Rich and Miserable” was aptly filmed in New York City. Black-and-white shots of the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street and other monuments to freedom and wealth combine with a diverse range of New Yorkers holding chalkboards with the lyrics. From wealthy businessmen to convenience store cashiers, from teenagers to grandparents, from every race and economic background and stage of life, “Rich and Miserable” reveals that no matter where we find ourselves in the pursuit of our dreams, we always have the choice to exhaust ourselves striving for what’s next or to stop every once in a while and enjoy the present.

“This song is very unique for me,” says Chesney in a Facebook post. “I’ve been guilty of letting dreams be my master. I think the idea of me singing this song is me finally letting that go in my life and trying to live in the moment as much as I possibly can.”

“Rich and Miserable” is Chesney’s third single of his seventeenth studio album Cosmic Hallelujah. The song follows “Noise,” as well as July’s “Setting the World on Fire,” recorded as a duet with Pink. Chesney’s latest album will be released on Oct. 28, but fans can preorder Cosmic Hallelujah on iTunes now and receive four tracks immediately, including “Rich and Miserable.”



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