One of country music’s most successful artists, Kenny Chesney worked his way up from Nashville roadhouses to the top of charts. Beginning with his album Me and You, the Knoxville-born singer and songwriter has recorded more than 40 top 10 singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs. In 2005 he received the first of four consecutive Entertainer of the Year awards from the Academy of Country Music. Among his numerous charitable efforts, Kenny is a regular performer at Farm Aid, an organization that supports family farms. This July, Kenny will release his 17th studio album Songs for the Saints.
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