History Music / KennyChesney

1st Jun '15 12:49:34 PM Twentington
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* MockingSingSong: The line "Sister's got a boyfriend" in "American Kids" is sung this way.
12th Mar '15 3:21:24 AM Twentington
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Highly successful CountryMusic artist. Born in 1968, Chesney began performing in his teenage years, before working at clubs before signing a deal with Capricorn Records in 1993. Capricorn had no experience in the country music field, however; the album received minimal promotion, its singles tanked, and the label closed its Nashville branch.
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Highly successful CountryMusic artist.A man of both the arenas and the beaches. Born in 1968, Chesney began performing in his teenage years, before working at clubs before signing a deal with Capricorn Records in 1993. Capricorn had no experience in the country music field, however; the album received minimal promotion, its singles tanked, and the label closed its Nashville branch.

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Highly successful CountryMusic artist. Born in 1968, Chesney began performing in * BrokenStreak: ''Life on a Rock'' was his teenage years, before working at clubs before signing a deal with Capricorn Records in 1993. Capricorn had no experience in the country music field, however; the first album received minimal promotion, its singles tanked, and the label closed its Nashville branch. since his debut not to be certified gold or higher.
6th Dec '14 10:46:17 AM Twentington
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* ChristmasSongs: ''All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan'' mixes original songs, traditional covers such as "Silent Night," and country music standards such as "[[Music/WillieNelson Pretty Paper]]," [[Music/{{Alabama}} "Christmas in Dixie"]], and "[[MusicTheOakRidgeBoys Thank God for Kids]]".
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* ChristmasSongs: ''All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan'' mixes original songs, traditional covers such as "Silent Night," and country music standards such as "[[Music/WillieNelson Pretty Paper]]," [[Music/{{Alabama}} "Christmas in Dixie"]], and "[[MusicTheOakRidgeBoys "[[Music/TheOakRidgeBoys Thank God for Kids]]".
27th Nov '14 6:45:57 PM Twentington
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* AdvertisedExtra: The Wailers on "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven" — their part is cut out of the radio edit, but they still got chart credit (from the second week at #1 onward, at least). ** Inverted with his duet vocal on RebaMcEntire's "Every Other Weekend", on which he sings a good portion of the song. The song first charted as an album cut credited to both artists. When it was officially released as a single, the radio edit had Skip Ewing singing Kenny's parts (although most stations just played the Chesney version anyway), and it was credited to "Reba [=McEntire=] with Kenny Chesney or Skip Ewing" for one week, then just Reba after that. ** Another inversion came with the GeorgeStrait duet "Shiftwork". It also charted as an album cut with both artists credited, but when it was released as a single, it was credited only to Chesney until about halfway through its chart run. * AlbumTitleDrop: "Better As A Memory" title drops "Just Who I Am", the album it appears on.
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* AdvertisedExtra: [[Music/BobMarley The Wailers Wailers]] on "Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven" — their part is cut out of the radio edit, but they still got chart credit (from the second week at #1 onward, at least). ** Inverted with his duet vocal on RebaMcEntire's Music/RebaMcEntire's "Every Other Weekend", on which he sings a good portion of the song. The song first charted as an album cut credited to both artists. When it was officially released as a single, the radio edit had co-writer Skip Ewing singing Kenny's parts (although most stations just played the Chesney version anyway), and it was credited to "Reba [=McEntire=] with Kenny Chesney or Skip Ewing" for one week, then just Reba after that. ** Another inversion came with the GeorgeStrait Music/GeorgeStrait duet "Shiftwork". It also charted as an album cut with both artists credited, but when it was released as a single, it was credited only to Chesney until about halfway through its chart run. * AlbumTitleDrop: "Better As A as a Memory" title drops "Just Who I Am", the album it appears on.

* ChristmasSongs: ''All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan'' mixes original songs, traditional covers such as "Silent Night," and country music standards such as "[[WillieNelson Pretty Paper]]," [[{{Alabama}} "Christmas in Dixie"]] and "[[TheOakRidgeBoys Thank God for Kids]]".
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* ChristmasSongs: ''All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan'' mixes original songs, traditional covers such as "Silent Night," and country music standards such as "[[WillieNelson "[[Music/WillieNelson Pretty Paper]]," [[{{Alabama}} [[Music/{{Alabama}} "Christmas in Dixie"]] Dixie"]], and "[[TheOakRidgeBoys "[[MusicTheOakRidgeBoys Thank God for Kids]]".

* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: On "Shiftwork," both he and duet partner GeorgeStrait draw out the I and barely pronounce the F. It even gets furthered by the lyric "A big ol' pile of shiiiiiiiiftwork."
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: On "Shiftwork," both he and duet partner GeorgeStrait Music/GeorgeStrait draw out the I and barely pronounce the F. It even gets furthered by the lyric "A big ol' pile of shiiiiiiiiftwork."

* MixedMetaphor: A verse of "Better as a Memory" starts with "Goodbyes are like a roulette wheel" and ends with "Left holding a losing hand". Because, you know, roulette totally involves cards.
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* MixedMetaphor: A verse of "Better as a Memory" starts with "Goodbyes are like a roulette wheel" and ends with "Left holding a losing hand". Because, you know, roulette totally involves cards.

* RereleaseTheSong: Chesney re-recorded his 1994 single "The Tin Man" for his first GreatestHitsAlbum and released the new version in 2001. The re-release has the distinction of being his only single release of the 2000s not to reach Top 10. ** Also done with "I'm Alive", a duet with [[Music/DaveMatthewsBand Dave Matthews]], which originally appeared on the 2008 studio album ''Lucky Old Sun'' and charted at number 55 from unsolicited airplay. It carried over to the 2009 compilation album ''Greatest Hits II'', from which it was officially released as a single, peaking at number 6.
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* RereleaseTheSong: Chesney re-recorded his 1994 single "The Tin Man" for his first GreatestHitsAlbum and released the new version in 2001. The re-release has the distinction of being his the only single release of the 2000s not to reach thing he released between 1999 and 2012 that didn't hit Top 10. ** Also done with "I'm Alive", a duet with [[Music/DaveMatthewsBand Dave Matthews]], {{Music/Dave Matthews|Band}}, which originally appeared on the 2008 studio album ''Lucky Old Sun'' and charted at number 55 from unsolicited airplay. It carried over to the 2009 compilation album ''Greatest Hits II'', from which it was officially released as a single, peaking at number 6.
8th Jul '14 10:46:30 AM Twentington
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* ''Be as You Are: Songs from an Old Blue Chair'' (2005)
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* ''Be as You Are: Songs Are (Songs from an Old Blue Chair'' Chair)'' (2005)

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* ''The Big Revival'' (2014)

* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: ''Be as You Are: Songs from an Old Blue Chair'' was a side project that Chesney recorded for the sake of having a whole album of laid-back, acoustic material. It intentionally didn't produce any radio hits.
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* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: ''Be as You Are: Songs Are (Songs from an Old Blue Chair'' Chair)'' was a side project that Chesney recorded for the sake of having a whole album of laid-back, acoustic material. It intentionally didn't produce any radio hits.
12th Mar '14 10:43:29 AM Twentington
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Chesney was briefly a tabloid target in 2005 after his short-lived marriage to actress Renée Zellweger.
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Chesney was briefly a tabloid target in 2005 after his short-lived marriage to actress Renée Zellweger. Creator/ReneeZellweger.
15th Nov '13 2:18:15 PM MarkLungo
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Following the closure of BNA in 2012, Chesney has moved to Columbia Records' Nashville division.
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Following the closure of BNA in 2012, Chesney has moved to Columbia Records' Creator/ColumbiaRecords' Nashville division.
28th Aug '13 2:28:02 PM Twentington
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* PopculturalOsmosisFailure: Kenny asked the writers of his 2005 hit "Summertime" if they would change the opening lines, because they mentioned snow cones, and he had no idea what they were.
26th Jun '13 10:53:00 AM Twentington
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* DooWopProgression: The verses of "The Tin Man".

** DooWopProgression: The verses of "The Tin Man".
15th Apr '13 12:41:33 PM Twentington
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* OldManConversationSong: "The Good Stuff" is a conversation with an old man at a bar. "Don't Blink" is the narrator's witness of a conversation between a 102-year-old man and a news anchor.
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