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Kenny Chesney's Live New Album Will Feature Who's Who Of Musical Talent

Tons of songs, tons of stars. That's what fans can expect from Kenny Chesney's upcoming live album.

The beach-bound cowboy will release Kenny Chesney: Live In No Shoes Nation this October and superstars from a variety of music genres will be along for the ride. The tracks compiled for the project span 10 years and countless concerts in venues big and small.

"You record songs, you put 'em on a record," he says through his publicist. "People think it stops there. Even when it's on the radio, that's really between the listener and their life. But when you have people in your life like No Shoes Nation, I've come to believe, we figure out what these songs really mean when we get out there on the road and sing 'em together!"

So who joins Kenny on the album? Try Eric Church, David Lee Murphy, Old Dominion, Grace Potter, Taylor Swift, Dave Matthews, Zac Brown Band and singer/songwriter/musician Mac McAnally, to name a few.

"No Shoes Nation not only knows no boundaries, we love all kinds of music," Kenny offers. "It's why Grace Potter is as loved as Eric Church, why David Lee Murphy gets the same response as Zac Brown and his guys. We love life, we love music and we all really love each other!"

Kenny Chesney: Live In No Shoes Nation Track Listing:

Flora–Bama
Summertime
Big Star (with Taylor Swift)
Boston
When I See This Bar (with Eric Church)
No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems
Anything But Mine
Down The Road (with Mac McAnally)
Guitars And Tiki Bars
Hemingway's Whiskey
Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven (with Zac Brown Band)
I'm Alive
Save It for a Rainy Day (with Old Dominion)
Pirate Flag
Somewhere With You
I Go Back
One Step Up
American Kids
You And Tequila (with Grace Potter)
Young
There Goes My Life
Out Last Night
Dust On The Bottle (with David Lee Murphy)
Coastal
The Boys of Fall
Noise
Old Blue Chair
The Joker / Three Little Birds (with Dave Matthews)
Happy on the Hey Now

That's a lot of songs to be sure, but it's just the way Kenny wanted it. "When I told the record company how many songs, they thought I’d lost my mind," Kenny quips. Be on the lookout for Kenny Chesney: Live In No Shoes Nation October 27th.

 

Teddy McDonald is a fun-lovin' country music fan man living in Nashville, Tennessee.