Country singer Kenny Chesney combines an old-fashioned cowboy persona with a few modern flourishes -- and that's an irresistible mix. When Chesney's "Greatest Hits" album was released in September 2000, it immediately took the No. 1 position on the charts. This video captures the country star in fine form in his music videos ("Me and You," "Don't Happen Twice" and "All I Need to Know").
Kenny Chesney summer tour concert
Road Case, "The Movie" is an inside look at what would prove to be one of the hottest tours of 2003. Film crews lived alongside Kenny, his band, and tour support while on the road with "Margaritas & Senoritas." The result is a compelling story of life on the road with an artist, his friends, and the dreams that would come true.
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Documentary chronicling the making of Kenny Chesney's "Welcome To The Fishbowl" album, released June 19th, 2012.
After their orphanage burns down, a group of children are being transported west by train to Manitoba. All of them are available for adoption and at a stop at Scourie, Ontario little Patsy meets Victoria McChesney. Victoria and her husband Patrick have no children and she immediately decides to adopt the girl. The only condition imposed on them is that as Patsy has been baptized a Roman Catholic the Protestant McChesneys agree to raise her as a Catholic. Patsy is a well-behaved little girl whose only real problem is a school bully, also one of the orphans, who spreads stories that she set their orphanage on fire.