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Kenney Chesney Yacht: The Massive Boat

July 23, 2022, who is kenney chesney.

Kenney Chesney is a country artist who has had many smash hits we all know. Furthermore, he has produced more than 20 albums in his career so far. Moreover, he even has almost 30 number one hits on the Country charts in the United States. Many people all over the US and the world love him for his amazing art. In addition, he has many great things such as a house and yes even a boat. Check out the Kenney Chesney yacht below.

Does Kenney Chesney Own A Yacht?

Kenney Chesney does have his own boat. The yacht is a Riva 63' Virtus.

The yacht has a cost of 3 million dollars and has a capacity of 6 people. Furthermore, the boat has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. One of my favorite parts in the pool and hot tub area. Furthermore, imagine being able to party or relax on this amazing modern yacht. One other nice thing is that there is so much space this yacht as well. The yacht is an Italian made Riva 63 Virtus. Most of these yachts range between one million and four million dollars. Do you think you could afford one?  Finally, would you like to be on this yacht?

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Cost: $3 Million

Capacity: 6 People

Kenney Chesney Boat Interior: Guestrooms, kitchen, TV's

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A Kenny Chesney Guide to the Virgin Islands: All of the Spots from the Songs

If you’re a country music fan, your first introduction to the Virgin Islands (a chain of American and British Islands in the Caribbean) just might have been through a Kenny Chesney music video.

And hey…if you’re planning a trip to the Virgin Islands just because you HAD to get to the place where the “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” music video was shot, you’ll get no judgment here! 

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That crystal clear turquoise water, those white sand beaches, and those lush green mountains are the stuff paradise is made of, and if you throw a little Kenny Chesney spotting in, you’ve got the makings of a great vacation!

First, a little disclaimer: Kenny Chesney in no way “discovered” the Virgin Islands but when he bought a house on St. John, started shooting music videos there, and frequently worked the mention of local places into his song lyrics; he did a lot to popularize them. So, if you’re a fan (and if you’re not, I’m not sure we can be friends!) here’s a little tour of the Virgin Islands that includes plenty of places that you’ll find referenced in his songs (and music videos):

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Apart from being Kenny Chesney’s home away from home (his home on Peter Bay was reportedly destroyed during 2017’s Hurricane Irma), St. John is an island with quite a few magical spots. Just a short ferry ride away from St. Thomas, St. John has a super laid back vibe and it’s just plain gorgeous. 

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People who really want to see the Virgin Islands make St. John their hub (as opposed to nearby bustling St. Thomas). For this stop on the tour, check out:

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Cinnamon Bay : One of St. John’s prettiest beaches is a great place to sit back and watch the boats sail in and out of. At least that’s what Kenny sings in “Old Blue Chair.” And I agree. I could stay here all day.

Quiet Mon Pub : A second story Irish pub overlooking a bustling street in Cruz Bay, this is a local spot (a great place to grab a beer and watch a game).

“Hang with the locals at the Quiet Mon” like Kenny does in “Be As You Are.”

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Woody’s Seafood Saloon : Never mentioned in a song, but featured in the “When I See This Bar” music video, Woody’s is a St. John institution. Stop by for happy hour…it’s when this place is really hopping.

You won’t hear a lot about St. Thomas in any Kenny Chesney songs (probably because it’s too crowded), but if you’re on the island off a cruise ship, check out this spot:

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Latitude 18 : This is the only St. Thomas reference I found from Chesney, but it’s a

good one! Featured in his “When I See This Bar” music video, this is a good spot to wile the hours away.

Another island that doesn’t get much love is St. Croix, although it’s referenced in “Island Boy.” He sings, “He’s an island boy. Just a stone’s throw from St. Croix,” which is funny because St. Croix is actually one of the most isolated islands in the Virgin Islands and has to be reached by plane, not ferry! Most people traveling to St. Croix don’t island hop much.

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Tortola is the hub of the British Virgin Islands and because of its location, it’s usually visible from whatever island you’re on so it makes for great island gazing. 

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“Tortola, a full moon, shining down on a blue lagoon” makes me want to do a little island gazing. That one’s from “Key Lime Pie.”

Virgin Gorda

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If you’re on Virgin Gorda, you’ll most likely find Kenny “floating around Gorda Sound with a cooler and a bong.” Whatever Kenny. The North Sound (opposite end from the Baths) is THE place to be on Virgin Gorda. Reached only by boat, hang out at either Saba Rock or the Bitter End Yacht Club. Bong optional.

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Norman Island

It’s not technically on the island, but Willy T’s is a floating bar just off Norman Island that is famous for general debauchery and pirate like behavior. So of course, it was featured in the “When I See This Bar” music video. There’s also a mention of a “Willy T in Abilene” in “Like Me” but I don’t really think there’s any relation. Being as one is in Abilene and one is in the Caribbean.

Jost Van Dyke

Well folks, I’ve saved the best for last! Not only is it arguably the prettiest (and most fun) island in the BVIs, it’s also home to the most references in song lyrics! “Oh I wish I was there tonight, on Jost Van Dyke. Sipping some of Foxy’s firewater rum.” That one’s from “Somewhere in the Sun” and yes…I have heard it played while sitting at Foxy’s, sipping their firewater rum. Mind blown. Also, when you have to say “Adios to Jost” you just might have a tear in your eye (that’s from “It’s That Time of Day.” Here are some other spots to hit:

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Sandy Spit : Not referenced in a song, but you’ll see this perfect little “spit” of sand plenty in the “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem” music videos. It’s straight out of heaven.

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Ivan’s Stress Free Bar : This place must be Kenny’s FAVORITE spot because he sure talks about it a lot. You’ll find him “kicking back with Ivan” in “Somewhere in the Sun” and you’ll also recognize it from the “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem” and “When I See This Bar” music videos.

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Foxy’s : Foxy’s is a Jost Van Dyke institution as mentioned above is referenced in “Somewhere in the Sun.” It also makes an appearance in the “When I See This Bar” music video. We’re talking about Foxy’s Tamarind, not to be confused with Foxy’s Taboo, which is great also but to the best of my knowledge not featured in a Kenny Chesney song or music video. Yet.

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Soggy Dollar Bar : This place is epic and so of course was featured in the “When I See This Bar” music video. It’s probably the most famous beach bar in the Caribbean so it definitely deserves a stop on your tour.

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One Love : And finishing up our tour, you’ve got to make a stop at One Love on White Bay (just down from the Soggy Dollar), which is also featured in the “When I See This Bar” music video.

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So there you have it folks! If you’re embarking on a Kenny Chesney inspired tour through the US and British Virgin Islands, you know where you need to go. But here’s a tip: don’t “pass out from too much Cruzan and diet or you’ll wake up to a hundred mosquito bites”. And if you do, Kenny Chesney has a song for you. He probably wrote it while he was sitting in his Old Blue Chair.

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P.S. Y’all know while I’m an equal opportunity beach goer, I’m a Hawaii girl at heart and I think Kenny is too. Check out his “Paia, Maui” hat in the “When I See This Bar” music video!!!

More posts about this area:

Virgin Islands Itinerary: How I Spent 2 Weeks Island Hopping the USVI & BVI

The Best Beaches (& Snorkeling Spots) on St. John

14 Things to Do on Jost van Dyke (+ the Best Beach Bars)

Visiting the Virgin Gorda Baths (+ a Few Other Places)

Things to Do on Anegada (the BVIs Least Visited Island) 

Glamping on Anegada, British Virgin Islands

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Kenny Chesney Reckons with What Once Was in New Video for “Knowing You”

by Madeline Crone March 12, 2021, 10:59 am

Kenny Chesney reframes what once was in his cinematic video for “Knowing You” from his latest chart-topping album,  Here and Now . In the official music video filmed last fall, the beloved country artist breathes new life into a universally resonate waltz about love and loss and the wonder between the two. 

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From the rocky shores of Gloucester, Massachusetts, Chesney reflects wistfully on his past, balancing gratitude with the gravity of what’s lost. Painful tinges arise as a weathered soul sends well wishes to a woman who set him free. Black and white footage records the artist with his real-life boat captain Ben and others working onboard a fishing boat in the Atlantic off the Northeast Coast. The grainy film captures a nearly tangible sense of loss from a defeated man. 

Memories of brighter days pierce through the fog, flipping the camera to scenes of St. Croix’s sandy beaches and golden hour sails. The incandescent reels embody the radiance of his past relationship. Chesney’s longtime director and collaborator, Shaun Silva, wields the opposing imagery to convey the stark contrast between his past and present.

“While it’s a simple country song,” Chesney says, “it’s the kind of song that can hold anyone. You don’t have to be on a fishing boat freezing to know this pain and gratitude for knowing someone who changed your life. And wherever they are, you know they’re living their best life, shining and doing the same thing for someone else—and that’s pretty rich.”

The poignancy resonates with anyone celebrating what once was—be it through diverging paths, break-up, illness, or death. Choosing to relive those moments so acutely, despite the bitter end, transforms something painful into a gift. To acknowledge the parts of yourself that were left behind and realize the lasting impact that changes you for the better allows you to heal and become whole again through gratitude. 

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“We all have those people in our lives,” Chesney explains in an official statement about the song, “who set you on fire with possibilities, make everything mean more in the moment and forever after that. It’s so technicolor and alive, you may not even realize when you’re in it. But when it’s done, you have to smile because you’re so much more for knowing them, so much more because of every second you shared.”

Here And Now , released in May 2020, marks Chesney’s ninth No. 1 debut on the all-genre  Billboard  200 albums chart. “Knowing You,” penned by Brett James (“Out Last Night,” “Spirit of the Storm,” “When the Sun Goes Down”), Adam James, and Kat Higgins, went to radio on February 22 as the album’s third single and impacts country radio Monday, March 15. As it currently stands, Chesney holds 31  Billboard  Number Ones to his credit.

“Knowing You” stood out to the artist. The intentional space between slow burns and percussion-built climbing chorus reckons with “the memories, the feelings, the details of not just what happened, but how you were changed in such powerful ways.” Constructed in the vein of his early work, the traditional tune is yet another enduring classic that crowns Chesney as a defining artist of his generation and those to come. 

“I wanted to make a video where people could see it, even feel that connection and how it holds you going forward. To me, the people who touch your life in profound ways are everything, so this song—and this video—are for them.”

Watch Kenny Chesney’s new video for “Knowing You,” below.

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Kenny chesney fans dock boats along allegheny river as concert approaches.

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop

Country music star Kenny Chesney is a boater. His song “Guys Named Captain” begins: “Guys named Captain are always characters … Livin’ by the water, somewhere in the Americas South or Central or some Virgin Island.”

Or Pittsburgh?

Beginning three weeks ago, boaters have been anchored along the Allegheny River on Pittsburgh’s North Shore — some two and three deep — waiting for Chesney’s concert at 5 p.m. Saturday at Heinz Field.

And they don’t just park the boats to save a spot — they pretty much live on them leading up to the big event. The vessels have many of the comforts of home: comfortable beds, bathrooms, kitchens and big-screen televisions.

Many of the “captains” become friends.

“Kenny is a big boater,” said Joe Quealy, 53, of Latrobe on Wednesday afternoon. “There have been times he’s come down here. He even sang on one of the boats. I don’t think he will this year because of covid.”

Quealy said he brought his Four Winns boat from the Strip District dock on May 20. He stays for a few days and then a friend or two comes down with their boat to save the space, and they alternate so that no one person stays for three weeks. He will be there until the concert since he took off Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from work.

Quealy said Chesney owns a yacht and that song “Guys Named Captain” refers to the boaters who sit along the dock, about 200 of whom will be lined up on the water by the time he takes the stage.

There have been concerns at past Chesney concerts about the mountains of garbage left behind by concertgoers, but that’s not a problem with the boating community, said Drew Hill, 32, of Plum. He said they don’t leave a mess for the city to clean up.

“We are respectful,” said Hill, who has been anchored along the Alle­gheny River for almost a week. He is a traveling cardiovascular intensive care nurse, so he scheduled his next assignment for July.

A few of the boats had to move closer to PNC Park for two days to allow room for the American Countess steamboat, part of the American Queen Steamboat Co., which was in Pittsburgh from Monday until Tuesday evening.

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Hill, who keeps his boat at the Sharpsburg Islands Marina, said they arrive days before the concert because of the festive atmosphere.

“It’s a Pittsburgh holiday when Kenny Chesney comes to town,” Hill said. “Country music fans love to be part of this atmosphere.”

During the week, they listen to all genres of music, and bands often come by and perform. Most of the boats are equipped for his 35-foot Carver Flybridge, which he calls a small apartment on the water. It has can sleep six and has a kitchen and bathroom, including a shower. He has a generator, and the refrigerator runs on a battery.

He named it “Can’t Be Shore.”

While he can cook in his kitchen, he prefers to grill out on the deck. He said each boater takes a turn making breakfast, lunch or dinner for the other boaters. They also frequent some of the North Shore restaurants.

“We all look out for one another,” he said. “Some will go into the concert, and others will just enjoy being here with everyone. There is nothing else like this experience of having a party on the water with other boaters.”

The area where the boats are is public, so they can be there free of charge. Most will stay until Sunday.

“We’ve missed it the past two years because of covid, so by Friday there will be more than 100 boats down here,” Hill said.

Justin Turk, 37, of North Huntingdon has had tickets for two years. He was in a spot near Heinz Field late Friday through Sunday and moved closer to PNC Park to make room for the American Countess.

“That big boat hadn’t even turned around and I was back in my original spot,” said Turk, who is self-employed.

He traveled from the Greene Cove Yacht Club in Greene County, where he keeps the boat. He said the Chesney concert is one of the bigger boating events in the city, adding that it’s a big party but it’s under control.

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Turk owns a 40-foot Silverton Convertible. He didn’t know Hill until he docked his boat by him. Now, they’re friends.

“We have tailgated for the concert before, but boating is different,” Turk said. “Pittsburgh is a beautiful city, and you can’t see on land what you can see from your boat. The sunset reflecting on the water is breathtaking. There is a special connection among boaters — you can’t get this atmosphere anywhere else.”

Chesney’s tour was postponed for the past two years because of the pandemic. The “Hear and Now” tour kicked off April 23 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. Tickets are still available, starting at $35.

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a TribLive reporter covering the region’s diverse culinary scene and unique homes. She writes features about interesting people and a weekly column about things to do in Pittsburgh. The Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist began her career as a sports reporter. She has been with the Trib for 26 years and is the author of “A Daughter’s Promise.” She can be reached at [email protected] .

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Kenny Chesney’s “Better Boat” Takes On A Whole New Meaning In Quarantine

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I’ve been trying to make the most of my time at home during this crazy time of social distancing. I’ve done a lot of cleaning and organizing. Picked up some new and old hobbies. I’ve also done some self-reflection. I mean, what else are you supposed to do when you live alone with two dogs?

Yesterday, I was just letting music shuffle while I was cleaning, and Kenny Chesney’s “Better Boat” started playing. As soon as I heard the first few lines, I immediately stopped what I was doing and went to sit down beside the speaker.

“I ain’t lonely, but I spend a lot of time alone. More than I’d like to, but I’m okay with staying home. My how the last few months have changed.”

This was my favorite song on Songs for the Saints record and I listened to it many times when it came out in the summer of 2018. That was a weird time for me, as it was about nine months after my dad passed away, so the song was really fitting. I stopped listening to it as time I went on, I haven’t heard it in a long time.

When I heard it again yesterday, it sounded completely different. Or maybe I heard it through fresh ears. Either way, it hit me really hard. Initially, I thought about myself and what I was doing during this time to improve myself before we go back to our normal crazy lives. I thought about how I was I was learning to build a better boat.

Since then, I have been thinking about how the world is learning how to build a better boat. I have quickly realized this song is accurately describing all of society in its current state.

Here are a few pieces of the song that have become freakishly relatable to our current world:

“I spend a lot of time alone, more than I’d like to, but I’m okay with staying home.”

Based on what I’m seeing from social media, people really struggle at being alone and staying home. Even if you’re not actually “alone,” maybe you’re with family or roommates or your significant other, it’s still very different than being with the rest of the world. Maybe people are going to get more comfortable spending time by themselves or at least get a better understanding of why they are so uncomfortable alone. Or at least, maybe they will appreciate the time they get to spend with others a little bit more.

“I’m smiling more despite the pain.”

This is a terrifying time in the world and it’s going to be devastating to so many people’s lives, but I almost feel like people have started to see the silver linings in things more than they were before. People are finding joy in simple things and they’re thankful to just be healthy.

“Got friends to call who let me talk about what ain’t workin, what’s still hurtin’, all the things I feel like cussin’ out.”

I personally have been calling, Facetiming, and Zoom-ing with friends more than I ever have before. Of course, some of which I would have seen in person and I wouldn’t have had to call. But I’m also connecting with old friends that I haven’t “had time” to catch up with in a long time. This seems to be true for many others, as well. I hope this strengthens relationships and everyone can get together face to face when it’s all over.

“I hate waiting, ain’t no patience in these hands.”

We live in a rush, rush, rush kind of society. Everything needs to be done right this second. No one wants to wait for anything. It’s kind of crazy that the only think we can do right now is to stay inside our homes and wait. That’s how we can have the biggest impact on the world, is to stop and wait. Maybe after this is over, we can slow down a little bit more and not be in such a hurry to move on.

“Now and then I let it go, I ride the waves I can’t control. If it’s workin’, I don’t know. When I get done, the thing may not float, but I’m learnin’ how to build a better boat.”

I think the hardest part of this whole thing is having no control on what’s happening. We have no say, there is so little that we can do, and it’s completely out of our hands. There’s no one to blame and we don’t really know how to fix it. We just have to ride it out and do the few things we know to be beneficial for everyone. Maybe this will help people be more okay with not knowing what’s going to happen or feeling okay not being able to control every detail of every situation.

Kenny said the Songs for the Saints album was inspired by another devastating disaster, Hurricane Irma, and the rebuilding process. Travis Meadows and Liz Rose wrote this song, it was fitting then, and it is still so needed in this current moment. We are going to be in another rebuilding process after this pandemic subsides.

If you’ve spent any of this down time doing any kind of thinking about what kind of a person you are or what your life looks like or what you’re grateful for, you might relate. If you haven’t done any of those things yet, I encourage you to take a fresh listen to this song in the current climate of the world.

We’re all in this together and we’re all learning how to build a better boat.

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Kenny Chesney Performs ‘Better Boat’ Live on ‘Good Morning America’

When Kenny Chesney sat down on the set of Good Morning America to perform his contemplative, inspirational new single "Better Boat" on July 31, the superstar had the New York City audience hushed and swaying peacefully to his gentle composition.

Chesney, who strummed an acoustic guitar and was backed up by two more guitarists and a keyboardist, brought a calming wash of peace over the studio, set in bustling Times Square, as he delivered the lyrical narrative of a person trying to repair a damaged life — a sentiment he uses as a metaphor for his experience working to rebuild the U.S. and British Virgin Islands after extensive damage from Hurricane Irma in 2017.

Chesney explained upon the song's release that it had a very special feeling for him in terms of recalling his hurricane relief efforts. “‘Better Boat,’ I think really captures the emotion of that moment—and the months following," he said in a statement. "There’s an acceptance it takes to face those challenges and that uncertainty. The lyric has that line, ‘I ride the waves I can’t control …’ And that’s exactly how this was, and in some ways, still is.”

The album it appears on, Songs for the Saints,  released July 27, is a tribute to the islands Chesney has called home for more than 15 years, and captures the spirit and resilience of the people who live there. Chesney has made several significant contributions to this territory in the wake of the hurricane's damage, and has even set up a dedicated charity,  Love for Love City Foundation . All proceeds from his album's sales will go to the foundation.

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Kick back with Kenny Chesney’s Boat Captain Ben cocktail

With summer right around the corner,  Kenny Chesney ‘s showing fans how to make his Boat Captain Ben cocktail.

“Hey everybody, it’s Kenny. I am on a day off in the middle of the I Go Back Tour and there is not a cloud in the sky, and I’m just sitting here in the sun, having some fun, and I’m going to make what is called a Boat Captain Ben,” Kenny says in the opening of his  Twitter video,  before making the cocktail.

The recipe’s pretty simple. All you need is a bottle of Kenny’s Blue Chair Bay Coconut Rum and a can of sugar-free Red Bull. While Kenny mixes and sips the drink in his “mama’s fish house cup,” you, of course, are welcome to enjoy it from your cup of choice.

Fans can follow along by watching Kenny’s video and get a bottle of the Blue Chair Bay Coconut Rum at  bluechairbayrum.com .

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Kenny Chesney Come Over (Music Video and Lyrics)

by steve ‐ August 9, 2023

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The Kenny Chesney Come Over song was was released in May 2012 as the second single from Chesney’s 2012 album Welcome to the Fishbowl .  This song reached #1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart starting August 11, 2012.

The music video shows scenes featuring Chesney and his romantic interest in the video (Courtney McCann).[  The music video was filmed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with some ocean scenes near Miami Beach, Florida. The video also features a cameo from his dog, Poncho, standing on a paddleboard alongside Chesney.  Kenny’s Yacht at the time is also prominently shown in the music video.

Watch the official music video, check out the written lyrics and see more pictures and details about his Yacht below.

Kenny Chesney Come Over Music Video

The music video showcases Kenny’s amazing Yacht.   Kenny’s boat is a Riva Domino Yacht that has a size range of 86′ – 92′. The boat is a sleek stunner in the music video and a new version of this boat fully loaded is over $6M.   Before this Riva Domino boat he used to own a Sea Ray Yacht.

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Kenny Chesney Come Over Lyrics

I turned the TV off, to turn it on again Staring at the blades of the fan as it spins around Counting every crack, the clock is wide awake Talking to myself, anything to make a sound I told you I wouldn’t call, I told you I wouldn’t care But baby, climbing the walls gets me nowhere I don’t think that I can take this bed getting any colder Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over You can say we’re done the way you always do It’s easier to lie to me than to yourself Forget about your friends, you know they’re gonna say We’re bad for each other, but we ain’t good for anyone else I told you I wouldn’t call, I told you I wouldn’t care But baby, climbing the walls gets me nowhere I don’t think that I can take this bed getting any colder Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over We don’t have to miss each other, come over We don’t have to fix each other, come over We don’t have to say forever, come over You don’t have to stay forever, come over I told you I wouldn’t call, I told you I wouldn’t care But baby, climbing the walls gets me nowhere I don’t think that I can take this bed getting any colder Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over Come over, come over, come over, come over, come over (whoa, whoa, whoa) (Whoa, whoa, whoa) (Whoa, whoa, whoa) (Whoa, whoa, whoa)

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Hear Kenny Chesney’s Reflective New Song ‘Better Boat’

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Kenny Chesney offers up a big-picture ballad about learning to overcome what gets you down in the new song “Better Boat,” the third track revealed from his upcoming Songs for the Saints album.

Written by Travis Meadows and Liz Rose and featuring background vocals from “Come to Jesus” singer Mindy Smith, the quiet tune also rings with gut-string guitar lines courtesy of perennial CMA Musician of the Year Mac McAnally. It’s all about finding positivity and inner strength in the face of adversity, and Chesney says the song’s philosophical theme perfectly captures the emotion of the months following Hurricane Irma, which devastated the U.S. and British Virgin Islands last fall.

“Now and then I let it go / I ride the waves I can’t control / I’m learning how to build a better boat,” he sings in the song’s chorus.

Chesney is back on the road this summer, taking his 2018 Trip Around the Sun Tour through stadiums and amphitheaters with the help of Thomas Rhett, Old Dominion and Brandon Lay. Songs for the Saints is scheduled for release on July 27th, and Chesney plans to donate all proceeds from album to his Love for Love City Foundation, which funds rebuilding projects across the U.S. and British Virgin Islands.

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Kenny Chesney Teams With Mindy Smith on New Single, ‘Better Boat’ [LISTEN]

Kenny Chesney  sets sail for smoother waters in his new single, "Better Boat." Featuring singer-songwriter Mindy Smith , the mellow, acoustic anthem spins a tale of lessons learned through weathering the storms of life; press play above to listen to the tune.

"I breathe in / I breathe out / Got friends to call who let me talk it out / What ain't workin' / What's still hurtin' / All the things I feel like cussin' out,"  Chesney sings in "Better Boat."  " Now and then I let it go / I ride the waves I can't control / I'm learning how to build a better boat." 

Inspired by a real-life storm, Chesney discovered "Better Boat" in the wake of the devastation that Hurricane Irma wrought on his beloved Virgin Islands, including St. John, the island Chesney has called home for many years. While his entire  Songs for the Saints   album was born out of the tragedy, this song in particular is the one that Chesney says hits home the most.

“Of all the songs on there, "Better Boat," I think, really captures the emotion of that moment – and the months following,” Chesney says in a press release. “There’s an acceptance it takes to face those challenges and that uncertainty … the lyric has that line, ‘I ride the waves I can’t control …’ And that’s exactly how this was, and in some ways, still is.”

Written by Travis Meadows and Liz Rose, "Better Boat" opens up with a guitar part from the legendary musician and songwriter Mac McAnally. Its the second single from Chesney's newest album,  Songs for the Saints , released on July 27; the record's first single, "Get Along," recently hit No. 1.

Proceeds from  Songs for the Saints  benefit Chesney's Love for Love City Foundation, dedicated to relief efforts in the Virgin Islands.

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CLEVELAND, Ohio - Stadium-filling country superstar Kenny Chesney will bring his “Sun Goes Down” Tour to Blossom Music Center on June 6 with opener and CMA song of the year and best new artist nominee Megan Moroney . Tickets for the show go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 15 at KennyChesney.com and Live Nation .

You can also purchase tickets on Vivid Seats , StubHub , SeatGeek , TicketCity and Ticketmaster .

For Chesney, who has sold out stadiums for more than a decade, an amphitheater tour is a relatively intimate setting and he will be bringing music from his upcoming 20th studio album “Born,” his first album since 2020′s “Here and Now,” featuring the singles “Taker Her Home,” “Just To Say We Did, “Guilty Pleasure,” and “Thinkin’ Bout.” The album is due out on March 22.

“There is nothing like being out on the lawn with your friends, or even under the pavilion, on a clear night hearing the music and just being in the moment,” Chesney said in the tour release.

“You can do some things in that environment you can’t at a stadium. It’s less production, less massive, but there’s a real sense of connection that is undeniable,” he said.

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Kenny Chesney performs at St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview in Syracuse, N.Y., on Aug. 11, 2022. (Photo courtesy Claude Sawyer)

Country superstar Kenny Chesney is returning to Syracuse this spring.

Chesney will perform at the Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview on May 30 as part of his “Sun Goes Down 2024″ tour dates. Special guest Megan Moroney will open the show at 7:30 p.m.

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Kenny Chesney is coming to Phoenix in 2024. Here's how to see his Sun Goes Down Tour

Kenny Chesney is bringing his Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour to Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre in Phoenix on Wednesday, July 24.

Chesney is known for his stadium shows , which are where his No Shoes Nation comes together at its most powerful.

But long before the man became the only country artist in Billboard’s Top 10 Touring Acts of the Last 25 Years, he captured the imagination of young people coming of age across America with amphitheater and arena shows that had the same intensity, but also an intimacy.

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Kenny Chesney says 'there is nothing like being out on the lawn'

In a press release, Chesney talked about missing those smaller, more intimate shows.

“There is nothing like being out on the lawn with your friends, or even under the pavilion, on a clear night hearing the music and just being in the moment," he says.

"You can do some things in that environment you can’t at a stadium. It’s less production, less massive, but there’s a real sense of connection that is undeniable.”

This is Kenny Chesney's first Phoenix concert in 6 years

Chesney last played Phoenix when the Trip Around the Sun Tour made its way to Chase Field in 2018.

The Republic said of that show , "Kenny Chesney is in many ways the  Jimmy Buffett  of his generation, leading members of his No Shoes Nation in one carefree singalong after another at the summer's biggest party, which rolled into Chase Field Saturday."

Who is opening the Kenny Chesney concert?

Chesney will be joined by special Megan Moroney.

Moroney is a People’s Choice Awards Female Country Artist of the Year nominee and Country Music Association Song of the Year and Best New Artist nominee.

How to get tickets to the Kenny Chesney tour 2024 in Phoenix

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 16, at livenation.com .

Kenny Chesney tour 2024 presales

Several presales start Tuesday, Feb. 13, at livenation.com .

  • A VIP packages presale and a premium No Shoes Nation presale run from 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13, until 10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15.
  • A platinum presale runs from 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13, until 9:40 a.m. Friday, Feb. 16.
  • A basic No Shoes Nation presale runs from noon Tuesday, Feb. 13, until 10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15.
  • A Megan Moroney fan presale runs from 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14, until 10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15.
  • Live Nation, Ticketmaster and Talking Stick Resort have presales running from 10 am.-10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15.

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    After his cinematic "Knowing You" video, which juxtaposed the bitter cold of a Northeastern fishing boat with the tropical warmth of love on a sailboat, Kenny returns with an equally breathtaking clip that celebrates the glory of the natural world, a woman's spirit of adventure and trusting one's own instincts to anchor the panoramic "Everyone She Knows," the follow-up to the No. 1 ...

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  4. Kenney Chesney Yacht: The Massive Boat

    Kenney Chesney does have his own boat. The yacht is a Riva 63' Virtus. The yacht has a cost of 3 million dollars and has a capacity of 6 people. Furthermore, the boat has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. One of my favorite parts in the pool and hot tub area. Furthermore, imagine being able to party or relax on this amazing modern yacht.

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    Quiet Mon Pub: A second story Irish pub overlooking a bustling street in Cruz Bay, this is a local spot (a great place to grab a beer and watch a game). "Hang with the locals at the Quiet Mon" like Kenny does in "Be As You Are.". Woody's Seafood Saloon: Never mentioned in a song, but featured in the "When I See This Bar" music ...

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    Yesterday, I was just letting music shuffle while I was cleaning, and Kenny Chesney's "Better Boat" started playing. As soon as I heard the first few lines, I immediately stopped what I was doing and went to sit down beside the speaker. "I ain't lonely, but I spend a lot of time alone. More than I'd like to, but I'm okay with ...

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  12. Kenny Chesney Come Over (Music Video and Lyrics)

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  13. Hear Kenny Chesney's New Song 'Better Boat'

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  15. Kenny Chesney Teams With Mindy Smith on New Single, 'Better Boat'

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  27. Kenny'S Intimate Better Boat Next Single

    Ballad From No. 1 Sales Debut Songs for the Saints Features Mindy Smith. U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS — After the romping coming together in a divided world Get Along broke Billboards Country Airplay Chart record for the Most Country No. 1s by an artist, Kenny returns to country radio with the life-changing Better Boat.A song of grace in the face of humanity, it empowers without overpowering.

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