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ORANGE BEACH, AL - AUGUST 16: Kenny Chesney peforms live at Kenny Chesney's Flora-Bama-Jama, a free beachplay for 40,000 on the Florida/Alabama line, behind the historic Flora-Bama on August 16, 2014 in Orange Beach, Alabama. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Kenny Chesney)

Kenny Chesney is stranger to having his songs hit No. 1, and now he’s got another.

With “All The Pretty Girls,” the Tennessee native and country megastar now counts 30 songs as reaching No. 1, according to his publicist. “There are those songs you just know,” he says. “Everyone’s been there. Everyone’s wanted to make the most of a few weeks, to chase after some girl or some guy – and few things will ever make you feel that alive again. The guys who played on this track really bottled up that rush, and got it on the record.”

“All The Pretty Girls”

The song is Kenny’s second No. 1 from his album Cosmic Hallelujah. “Music to me is the place where life truly lives,” he continues. “When a song is right, when you can really feel it, there’s no denying the passion or the heart. If there’s one thing that sets No Shoes Nation apart, it’s how much they feel things and how hard they respond.”

Kenny’s touring schedule is clear for the moment as he focuses on hurricane relief for the U.S. and British Virgin Islands. Donate through his Love For Love City Foundation here.

 

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