A Benefit Supporting The Onsite Foundation:
Celebrating 25 Amazing Years of Hope & Healing
The only country artist in Billboard’s Top Touring Acts of the Last Twenty-Five Years, in spite of only becoming a true headliner in 2002, Kenny Chesney built his No Shoes Nation by embracing quality songs that embody coming of age across America in the 21st Century. Called “The People’s Superstar” by The Los Angeles Times and “The King of the Road” by The Wall Street Journal, Chesney has consistently sold out 10, 15, 20 major football stadiums every tour since 2005, while winning the CMA and ACM Entertainer of the Year eight times as well as the Academy of Country Music’s Top Male Vocalist and Single of the Year (“The Good Stuff”) and the Country Music Association’s Album of the Year (When The Sun Goes Down).
Selling over 31 million albums and notching 29 #1s, including Kenny Chesney’s music has been the soundtrack to falling in love, falling apart, growing up and finding your place in the world with “I Go Back,” “Somewhere With You,” “There Goes My Life,” Living in Fast Forward,” “American Kids,” “Anything But Mine” and “Noise.” Consistently reaching across genres, he’s recorded with P!nk, Dave Matthews, Uncle Kracker and Grace Potter, as well as Mac McAnally and Willie Nelson.
Chesney celebrates a decade of connecting with over a million fans every summer he’s toured with Live in No Shoes Nation. The Oct. 27 release will feature all the songs, the guests, the raps and most importantly, the raised voices of the people who come summer after summer to hear their lives in song.