Kenny Chesney was among the many country stars who gathered in Nashville on Thursday night (April 6) to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Merle Haggard. Chesney joined co-host Willie Nelson onstage at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville to perform "Pancho & Lefty," which Nelson originally recorded with Haggard in 1983.
At this point in his career, Kenny Chesney is synonymous with country music. With several chart-topping albums, nearly 30 No. 1 singles and millions of fans across the world, Chesney is a bonafide superstar.
Has it really been 20 years since Shania Twain released her iconic Come on Over album? And a baby-faced Garth Brooks was first becoming a crossover sensation in 1997? How many of these 20 albums released 20 years ago do you still own, or listen to?
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