Kenny Chesney Sings With Taylor Swift And Eric Church On His Upcoming Live Album
Kenny Chesney knows how to connect with his audience through his songs and that's why he will be releasing another live album after his successful "Live: Live Those Songs Again" in 2006. He may have slowed down on his tours for the meantime but he has been appearing on scattered shows in Alabama, Connecticut and Massachusetts. Chesney is popular with country music like "When the Sun Goes Down", "Save it For A Rainy Day", That's Why I'm Here" and "When I Close My Eyes"; the last two made it No. 2 on the Billboard Country Charts.
Through the inspiration of his previous live albums and live performances on tours, Kenny Chesney compiled 30 songs. From these came his second live album "Live in No Shoes Nation" which will be released on October 27, RollingStone reports. The amazing 30 tracks all came from various sources, from previous albums like 2014's "The Big Revival" and 2010's "Hemingway's Whiskey" to collaborations with Taylor Swift and Eric Church.
Taylor Swift singing with Kenny Chesney on his live album with the song "Big Star" and while Eric Church and Chesney duets on "When I See This Bar." Along with other guest artists Grace Potter and David Lee Murphy who are as generous as Chesney to entertain his beloved No Shoes Nation. Taste of Country reports how these fan bases or popularly known as the No Shoes Nation has an instant connection with Chesney in every live performance he is, wherever.
Kenny Chesney's experiences with No Shoes Nation pushed him more, to entertain, release albums and go on tours. Being with them on live performances and singing with them had been one of Chesney's glorious moments. As such, his upcoming live album "Live in No Shoes Nation" is a mixture of 30 different songs as he believes that music has no boundaries. In this way, he encourages his audience to love life, to love all kinds of music and to love each other.