Kenny Chesney is an American Country Music Singer, Songwriter and Musician. Kenny Chesney Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $180 Million. Explore more about Kenny Chesney’s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 12 million and monthly income 1 million.
Kenny Chesney Full name Kenneth Arnold Chesney. His nick Name was Kenny Chesney. Kenny Chesney now 54 Years old .
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Kenny Chesney Spouse was Renee Zellweger. He has NA child.
He was born in 26 March 1968 in Knoxville, Tennessee, United State of America.
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In 1992, Chesney auditioned for Troy Tomlinson of Opryland Music Group and went home with a songwriter’s contract. The following year, he was signed to Capricorn Records after a songwriter’s showcase, and in 1994, he released his debut album, “In My Wildest Dreams,” which sold 10,000 copies before Capricorn closed its Nashville country music division. Kenny released the album “All I Need to Know” in 1995 after signing with BNA Records; the album went gold, and singles “Fall in Love” and “All I Need to Know” were Top 10 hits on the “Billboard” Hot Country Songs chart. In 1996, Chesney released the certified platinum “Me and You,” which earned him a New Male Vocalist of the Year award from the Academy of Country Music. He followed “Me and You” with 16 more studio albums, including the 4x platinum “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” (2002) and “When the Sun Goes Down” (2004) as well as the holiday album “All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan” (2003). Several of Kenny’s singles have reached #1 on the Hot Country Songs chart, including “She’s Got It All” (1997), “There Goes My Life” (2003), “Don’t Blink” (2007), and “The Boys of Fall” (2010).
Chesney has collaborated with several popular artists. He performed a cover of Hank Williams’ “Hey Good Lookin” with Jimmy Buffett, Alan Jackson, George Strait, Clint Black, and Toby Keith for Buffett’s 2004 album “License To Chill” and appeared on the album’s title track. Tracy Lawrence recruited Kenny and Tim McGraw to perform on “Find Out Who Your Friends Are” when he was recording his 2007 album “For the Love,” and Chesney co-wrote Rascal Flatts’ single “Take Me There” with Wendell Mobley and Neil Thrasher in 2007. Reba McEntire’s 2007 album “Reba” included a duet with Kenny called “Every Other Weekend, and some of his own singles have featured artists such as P!NK, Dave Matthews, George Strait, and Tim McGraw.