Forbes Celebrity 100 Finds Garth Brooks and Kenny Chesney as Top Country Earners
Once again, the reign of country top earner goes to the one and only Garth Brooks, who raked in a cool $70 million over the last year to land him at a cool No. 15 overall on the Forbes Celebrity 100 list.
Kenny Chesney Reveals Album Title Change on ‘Good Morning America’
Kenny Chesney not only brought his signature good vibes to Good Morning America on Friday morning, he also brought a new album title.
Surf’s Up! Check Out Kenny Chesney’s Best Beach Pictures
Sorry, Jake Owen — Kenny Chesney is unquestionably country music's original beach bum. Don't believe us? Check out these pictures showing the No Shoes Nation leader's best moments in the sand.
Kenny Chesney Bumps ‘Some Town Somewhere’ Album Release to Fall
Kenny Chesney fans will have to wait a few more months to hear new music from the singer, as he has pushed his album release of Some Town Somewhere to October.
Kenny Chesney Joins Billy Joel Onstage for Rockin’ ‘You May Be Right’ [Watch]
Kenny Chesney sure had a fun weekend in Pittsburgh. In addition to headlining his own massive concert on Saturday (July 2), he joined the legendary Billy Joel onstage during Joel's Pittsburgh gig on Friday (June 1) to perform "You May Be Right."
Kenny Chesney Apologizes, Promises Beers With Police Officer He Mistakenly Said Died
During a concert in Philadelphia on Saturday night (June 25), Kenny Chesney honored a police officer he believed had been killed while on duty.
Kenny Chesney to Perform at Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular
Kenny Chesney is one of several artists set to perform during the Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular live from New York.
Kenny Chesney’s Headed to Country Jam Colorado in 2017
The biggest country touring artist on the planet will be coming to western Colorado in 2017. Kenny Chesney has just been announced as the headliner for Country Jam in Grand Junction, Colo.
2016 Taste of Country Music Festival Draws Record 53,000 Fans
The 2016 Taste of Country Music Festival drew an astonishing 53,000 fans to Hunter Mountain in upstate New York over the weekend, setting a new attendance record for the festival's fourth year.