Bon apparemment "This Is Our Time" est un single-only.
Le nouveau single de Kenny "Ain't Back Yet" sortira début Février, et l'album cet automne !
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With a Studio Album Slated for Fall, Chesney Finds A Song for His Life
Part of the reason for taking a year between major concert tours was so that Kenny Chesney could take his time and really enjoy the process of making his next endeavor - and part of the reason was the amount of work that he knew was going to go into the editing, mixing and support of “Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3-D,” released nationally April 21 by Sony Picture Entertainment's The Hot Ticket division.
But the further the 4-consecutive Academy of Country Music and 4-time Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year got into the stadium-capturing movie, the more he felt like it needed a song that captured everything that went into his life leading to playing in NFL stadiums across the nation. He explains, “I wanted a piece of music that encapsulated the things in my life that brought me here that showed the things that had brought me there.”
Chesney found such a song in “Ain't Back Yet,” a driving song about the things that push us from Craig Wiseman and Chris Tompkins, which goes to country radio on Feb 8. With the opening lines, “I heard a song 'bout a ramblin' man, bought a guitar and I started a band/ I got a gig at the local Am Vet, I was gone and I ain't back yet,” the song celebrates fast cars, first love, chasing dreams and knowing sometimes the surface is never enough when there's something larger on the horizon.
“That song is pretty much everything about what happened to me, especially with the music,” Chesney admits. “You get so focused on what you're trying to accomplish, it takes over… and there's nothing that's going to come between you and your dream. For some people, it's sports; for me, it was the music. You know, there's a price you pay to do this, but look at what this is…
“Or as the bridge goes, 'Lookin' back at the moments, black and white/ I wouldn't change a thing that changed my life/ For the worse, for the better, man, I was gone, gone forever… The laughs, the smiles, the trails, the tears/ It's hard to hate what got me here…' Pretty much sums it up.”
Certainly the singer/songwriter from Luttrell, Tennessee is one of the hardest working men in music. In addition to last year's more introspective Lucky Old Sun - which yielded the multiple week #1s “Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven” and “Down The Road,” a duet with fellow Grammy nominee Mac McAnally - Chesney's Greatest Hits II was among 2009's best-selling releases.
A headliner for only 8 of the past 10 years, Chesney was the #2 ticket seller for the past decade - and has headlined multiple stadiums each of the past 5 summers, including Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Seattle and San Francisco where “Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3-D” was filmed. With “Ain't Back Yet,” Chesney's found a song that embodies everything that makes this high intensity concert boil.