KENNY CHESNEY RETURNS 5 A.M. CDT JULY 12 WITH "TIP OF MY TONGUE"
First Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville Single Turns Up The Heat Early
Kenny Chesney | Photo Credit: Danny Clinch
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 1, 2019) – After the decidedly introspective Songs for the Saints, Kenny Chesney gears up for his first true Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville project with the release of “Tip of My Tongue,” a decidedly grown up song from the man who Variety called “country music’s only long-term stadium act.” With its sweeping groove and an almost humid melody lift, “Tip of My Tongue” merges desire and connection over a figure of speech in a classic songwriting technique.
NASHVILLE –July 10, 2019 – Due to excitement from fans wanting to participate in one of the world’s most unique destination concert and all-inclusive beach vacations, Luke Bryan’s CRASH MY PLAYA 2020 has SOLD-OUT six-months ahead of the event!
HIS BACK PAGES: Kenny Chesney: Living In Fast Forward Signed, Numbered, Limited Edition Coffee Table Book Two Years in the Making, A Special Memento for No Shoes Nation
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – It all happens so fast, and then... it’s over. When Kenny Chesney, the only country artist on Billboard’s Top Touring Acts of the Last 25 Years, hit the road, the rush of the fans, the laughter, the joy, the memories were their own kind of fuel. As the kid from East Tennessee turned into what Variety deemed, “Country music's only true long-term stadium act,” the songwriter realized he didn’t want to lose those moments in the blur of how quickly it all goes by.
OLD DOMINION ANNOUNCE SELF-TITLED NEW ALBUM SET FOR OCTOBER 25TH
PERFORMED CURRENT SINGLE “ONE MAN BAND” THIS MORNING ON GOOD MORNING AMERICA
(New York, July 8,2019)—Following their ACM “Album of the Year” nomination, and #1 debut on Billboard Country Albums chart with sophomore album Happy Endings, acclaimed 2018 CMA & two-time ACM “Group of the Year” country band Old Dominion announce self-titled 3rd studio album set for October 25th, this morning on Good Morning America. For the first time, the band will be co-producing the album, alongside longtime collaborator Shane McAnally.