History YMMV / KennyChesney

20th Jul '14 12:52:23 PM Twentington
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* SecondVerseCurse: The radio edit of "When I See This Bar" cut an entire verse and some lines from the coda.
12th Mar '14 10:44:51 AM Twentington
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* HilariousInHindsight: In 1999, he had a #1 hit with "You Had Me from Hello", inspired by a line spoken by Creator/ReneeZellweger in ''Film/JerryMaguire''. Six years later, Chesney was briefly married to Zellweger.
23rd Mar '12 10:27:57 AM Twentington
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* GrowingTheBeard: Chesney referenced this in an interview with ''Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40''. He said in the late 1990s, he saw several guys on {{CMT}} doing the same thing he was, and began questioning whether he was really the "hat act" persona he'd been playing to that point. Over the next several years, he began to move to party anthems, and then again to acoustic ballads.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Chesney referenced this in an interview with ''Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40''.''Radio/BobKingsleysCountryTop40''. He said in the late 1990s, he saw several guys on {{CMT}} doing the same thing he was, and began questioning whether he was really the "hat act" persona he'd been playing to that point. Over the next several years, he began to move to party anthems, and then again to acoustic ballads.
5th Mar '12 11:40:48 PM movie007
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** "When I Close My Eyes" was originally recorded by a little-known Epic Records artist named Keith Palmer, and later by RestlessHeart lead singer Larry Stewart on his first solo album.

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** "When I Close My Eyes" was originally recorded by a little-known Epic Records artist named Keith Palmer, and later by RestlessHeart Restless Heart lead singer Larry Stewart on his first solo album.



* GrowingTheBeard: Chesney referenced this in an interview with ''Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40''. He said in the late 1990s, he saw several guys on {{CMT}} doing the same thing he was, and began questioning whether he was really the "hat act" persona he'd been playing to that point. Over the next several years, he began to move to party anthems, and then again to acoustic ballads.

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* GrowingTheBeard: Chesney referenced this in an interview with ''Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40''. He said in the late 1990s, he saw several guys on {{CMT}} doing the same thing he was, and began questioning whether he was really the "hat act" persona he'd been playing to that point. Over the next several years, he began to move to party anthems, and then again to acoustic ballads.ballads.
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11th Jul '11 10:53:47 AM Twentington
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** "You and Tequila" is a Deana Carter cover.

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** "You and Tequila" is a Deana Carter cover.cover.
* GrowingTheBeard: Chesney referenced this in an interview with ''Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40''. He said in the late 1990s, he saw several guys on {{CMT}} doing the same thing he was, and began questioning whether he was really the "hat act" persona he'd been playing to that point. Over the next several years, he began to move to party anthems, and then again to acoustic ballads.
7th Jun '11 8:20:29 AM Twentington
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: "Don't Blink" set a new record for highest debut on the country music charts, entering at #16. Even more impressively, it was the ''second'' single from that album. However, this trope quickly got subverted when GarthBrooks's "More Than a Memory" debuted at #1 only a week later. Yes, you read that right.
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Chesney's mom and aunt used to record as The Grigsby Twins. They sing backup on a cut on ''Real Good Tan''.

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: "Don't Blink" set a new record for highest debut on the country music charts, entering at #16. Even more impressively, it was the ''second'' single from that album. However, this trope quickly got subverted when GarthBrooks's "More Than a Memory" debuted at #1 only a week later. Yes, you read that right.
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: Chesney's mom
** "You and aunt used to record as The Grigsby Twins. They sing backup on Tequila" is a cut on ''Real Good Tan''.Deana Carter cover.
4th Mar '11 6:22:44 PM Twentington
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** In a self-cover up, 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.
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