Keepin’ up with Kenny Chesney

Keeping’ up with Kenny Chesney is home to all things related to the beach bum by day, musician by night. Chesney finds a way to connect with every fan out there. The lyrics of his sixty- one singles will take you somewhere. Whether the words help you drift away into a palm tree paradise or make you reminisce on summer love, you can count on Kenny to bring you back to some of your favorite memories. Here’s what’s going on with the island lover.

The Latest on Chesney’s Music 

Setting the World on Fire“, Chesney’s twenty-fifth Top 40 song, earned a Best Country Duo/ Group Performance nomination at the 2017 Grammy Awards.

Blue Chair Bay Brand

Want to have a taste of the islands? Grab a bottle of Blue Chair Bay,  Kenny’s brand of rum. With seven other tropical flavors, you’re destined to find one that satisfies you.

Kenny’s Whereabouts 

Super bowl with dad. #SB51

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Football has always been one of Kenny’s deepest passions. His love for the sport can be heard throughout some of his songs such has “I Go Back” and “Boys of Fall.” The singer never forgets to remind his fans of his glory days on the field. It something he shares with many, because just like music, he knows how the game brings people together.

Kenny Chesney will perform a benefit show for the “Amazing Race” fundraiser on April 8 at the House of Blues in New Orleans. This collaboration between Brittany & Drew Brees (Brees Dream Foundation) and Camila & Matthew McConaughey (just keep livin Foundation) works towards providing funds for fitness and wellness programs for inner-city public schools in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast region.

No Shoes Nation: Kenny’s Fan Club 

No Shoes TV will give a viewer a taste of the Kenny concert experience.

The one thing guaranteed at a Kenny Chesney concert is fun. Chesney will take you on a trip with him through his songs as he pours his heart out on stage. His stage presence exudes charisma and energy unlike any other concert performance. His soulful commentary and easy, breezy tunes have a way of capturing the audience; he’ll make you never want to leave the sold-out stadium.

Keeping’ up with Kenny Chesney is a newsletter written by Anna Strayer that is geared to inform fans on Chesney’s free spirit lifestyle, latest accomplishments, and career involvements. Check it out weekly because you’ll never know where the wind will take him next.

Here’s the entertainment you might have missed this past weekend

If all the moms and dads at Ohio University for Parents Weekend wasn’t enough entertainment, various musicians and other artists came to Athens this past weekend to entertain students, their families and Athens residents alike.

On Thursday night, Daya, a 17-year-old Pittsburgh native who is already succeeding in the pop music scene, sang some covers and a few of her hits in Ohio’s Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium. Although her set was shorter than some expected, she didn’t let the crowd down.

Another talent graced the Memorial Auditorium stage the next night, but he was very much a different type of entertainer. Magician Adam Trent dazzled the audience by levitating a table, cracking various jokes and sharing the secrets behind one of his tricks with the audience. He likely unwillingly frazzled himself by offering to meet fans of his act after the show, prompting a large group of audience members to flock to him after the performance.

The Athena Cinema offered students and parents an opportunity to laugh together on Friday and Saturday with screenings of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. The cult classic drew quite an audience to its quote-along film.

Source: Wikimedia Commons
Source: Wikimedia Commons

Spanning the days and nights of both Friday and Saturday, this year’s Country Night Lights concert featured country artists such as Jake Owen, Brett Eldredge, Frankie Ballard and Brothers Osborne, among others. In its second year, the festival brought some big names and drew a large crowd.

On Saturday night, Parents Weekend veterans The Second City stopped by Memorial Auditorium to perform “Hits Home.” The comedy troupe, which features alumni such as Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert and Saturday Night Live cast member Cecily Strong, often performs sketches that take jabs at current events and pop culture. The group’s Saturday show did both, garnering laughs from both young and old in the audience.