Maybe if he did not get The Terminor for Christmas, things would have been different for Kenny Chesney. But he did get the said guitar and he did teach himself how to play it. Now, the advertising world might not know how Kenny Chesney would have made a difference in their field but the music industry sure as hell know what Kenny Chesney is all about.
Kenny Chesney started out in the music industry in 1989 when he recorded his first demo album with the help of the facilities of the Classic Recording Studio in Virginia. He was able to sell about 1,000 copies of the said album which allowed him to buy a new guitar. The rest, as they say, was history.
Chesney’s first official album was released in 1994 with the title, “In My Wildest Dreams”. Released under the independent firm, Capricorn Records, the album was able to sell about 10,000 copies before the said label company shut down its Country Music division. Some of the most notable tracks in the said album include “Whatever It Takes” and “The Tin Man”. Both tracks were able to secure their own footing at the Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks for the said year.
“In My Wildest Dreams” was followed a year later with “All I Need to Know” which was released under the record label, BNA Records. It contained such tracks as the “Fall in Love” and “Grandpa Told Me So”. A track with same name as the album’s title was also included. Both the latter and the single, “Fall in Love” were able to land the Top 10.
The years 1996 and 1997 saw Kenny Chesney releasing the albums, ” Me and You” and “I Will Stand”. Both albums were also released under BNA Records. The track, “She’s Got It All” which can be found at “I Will Stand” is considered to be Chesney’s no. 1 single having spent around three weeks at the top of the Billboard Country charts.
The following years saw Kenny Chesney launching around 7 more albums. He had also collaborated with a number of country singers such as Tim McGraw, Grace Potter, and Lionel Richie, to name a few.
Chesney has recently launched his US tour as part of his promotion of his thirteenth album, “Welcome to the Fishbowl” which was released last June. One of the most notable tracks in the said album is “Feel Like A Rock Star” which was able to peak at no. 13 at the Country charts. Things are bound to get even better with this album due to Kenny’s performance in the half-time show during Thanksgiving at Dallas which he did for free. The roughly seven minutes of performance from the renowned Country crooner is enough to get the audience wanting for more. This, however, is not the first time that Chesney would be doing such free show as Chesney has already performed for free at a Wildwood beach in New Jersey as part of the promotion of the same album.
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