After three years off the road, Kenny Chesney is finally back on tour and the only one more excited than his loyal No Shoes Nation fanbase is Kenny himself.
Three men have been chosen to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2022. Joe Galante, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Keith Whitley were chosen by the Country Music Association for their impacts on the genre. Galante has an important Knoxville connection as he signed Kenny Chesney at the beginning of his music career.
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Kenny Chesney, Dan + Shay, Old Dominion bring stadium-size joy to Milwaukee at American Family Field
Kenny Chesney tried to process what it meant to finally be on stage in Milwaukee Saturday night. But it was clear no words would do justice. “It’s impossible to explain all the energy you feel,” Chesney told 40,000 fans at American Family Field. ...
Kenny Chesney, Old Dominion, and Dan + Shay take the stage at AMFAM. Plus the Milwaukee Milkmen open their season at home. Here's what's happening in the Milwaukee area this weekend:
Kenny Chesney‘s summer is already off to a roaring start, with one of the biggest concert tours of the season. According to StubHub’s Summer Tour Preview report, Kenny is the highest-selling country act, with his stadium-sized Here and Now Tour seeing a 40-percent sales increase since his last major tour in 2018. He also ranked #2 on the all-genre top-10 list of most in-demand artists on the road this summer, coming in just behind Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard‘s joint headlining trek.
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