Kenny Chesney took a brief break from his Brothers of the Sun Tour to stop by 'The Tonight Show With Jay Leno' on Thursday (July 12), where he performed his latest hit single, 'Come Over.'

The powerful performance made country music proud to call Chesney our own, as his voice was flawless and his band was tight backing him. And the 'You and Tequila' hitmaker's jeans were tight, too. Chesney peered from beneath his signature straw cowboy hat, singing to the studio audience and viewers at home, captivating his crowd.

'Come Over' is the latest release from Chesney's current album, 'Welcome to the Fishbowl,' and it's well on its way to becoming another chart-topper for the star who has been entertaining us for years. The song currently sits at No. 4 on the Country Singles chart and has been one of the highlights of the singer's live shows since the Brothers of the Sun Tour launched back in June.

Chesney will his road run with Tim McGraw this weekend, with a couple of performances in Anaheim and Oakland, California. Click here for a full list of dates where the tour will be stopping this summer.

Watch Kenny Chesney Perform 'Come Over' on 'The Tonight Show' [38:20]