Ending his contract with Sony Music Nashville, Chesney announced a move to Warner Bros. In April 2010, Chesney and director Joe Thomas released the 3-D concert film Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3-D. Chesney followed Cosmic Hallelujah in October 2017 with the double-disc Live in No Shoes Nation, his first live album in a decade. He followed it with the all-new No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem in early 2002, which gave him his strongest commercial performance yet. Hailing from tiny Gibbs, Tennessee near Knoxville , country heartthrob Kenny Chesney first made his mark in 1994 with his debut album, but it was a few more years before he started scoring major hits and making himself a household name.
He soon started writing songs as well and played for tips in local venues -- most often a Mexican restaurant -- every night he could; additionally, he managed to sell 1,000 copies of a self-released demo album. From there he landed a record contract with Capricorn and released his debut album, In My Wildest Dreams, in late 1993. A completely new studio album, Hemingway's Whiskey, named after a Guy Clark song, also appeared in 2010. . Although he gained experience, it wasn't the sort of place where he'd be discovered, and in 1992 he moved on to a publishing deal with Acuff-Rose. The pair split that same year, citing irreconcilable differences, and Chesney released the chart-topping The Road and the Radio in November.
His 13th studio album, Welcome to the Fishbowl, arrived in 2012. His straightforward, emotionally honest way with a romantic ballad is his trademark, distancing him from many of the country-pop acts so plentiful in contemporary Nashville. Unfortunately for Chesney, Capricorn wasn't much of a country label; not only was the album underpromoted, but the label's country division shut down completely not long after its release. Taken from his 2009 Sun City Carnival Tour, the film included 23 songs from six stadium shows, shot in 3-D, interspersed with interviews and home movies. He repeated the win, this time as Entertainer of the Year, with Be as You Are Songs from an Old Blue Chair. Chesney was born in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1968 and raised in the nearby small town of Luttrell, best known as the home of Chet Atkins. Chesney quickly followed Life on a Rock with The Big Revival.
After graduation in 1991, he moved to Nashville and became the resident performer at The Turf, a rough honky tonk in the city's historic district. He received a guitar as a Christmas present and set about practicing, and was soon performing with the college bluegrass band. Still, it sold 100,000 copies and caught the attention of several major labels. . . . .
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