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Aug 2 2013

B&C Morning Show: Kenny Chesney’s Concern, Michelle Beadle’s Disgust « CBS New York

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Autumn may be in full swing, but Kenny Chesney is already looking ahead to tanktop weather. Today, the singer announced his first wave of stadium tour dates in 2016, starting with an April 23rd concert at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama. The Spread the Love tour rolls on from there, with Chesney visiting an additional 10 stadiums — including Chase Field in Phoenix, Heinz Field in Pittsburgh and Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City — before the summer wraps. 


Kenny Chesney Talks Life Post-'Revival' »

As usual, he's bringing some friends along for the ride. Miranda Lambert, who toured with Chesney in 2009 and...

27 About 1 month ago

Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and NSAI Crown BMI Writers With Multiple Awards

BMI congratulates its winners and honorees of the Nashville Songwriters Foundation, including 2015 NaSHOF inductees Rosanne Cash (“Seven Year Ache,” “My Baby Thinks He’s a Train”), Mark James (“Hooked on a Feeling,” “Always on My Mind”) and Even Stevens (“I Love a Rainy Night,” “Drivin’ My Life Away”), as well as NSAI’s Songwriter of the Year, Rodney Clawson, Song of the Year writers Lori McKenna and Liz Rose (for “Girl Crush”) and Songwriter/Artist of the Year, Taylor Swift. In addition, the Company gives kudos to the BMI...

118 About 1 month ago

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Auburn University’s Jordan-Hare Stadium will be trading helmets for amplifiers next spring when it transforms into a concert venue for a night. Kenny Chesney will christen the field with its first-ever concert April 26, 2016, launching his impressive stadium tour for the year with the Music & Miracles Superfest.

The event, presented by the founders of the Chicken Salad Chick Foundation, will be raising funds for two of the greatest needs in the Auburn, Ala. community: fighting cancer and feeding the hungry. Chesney is not only excited to support the cause, but to play the historic venue, which...

81 About 2 months ago

BMI songwriters have once again completely dominated the CMA nominations, with nods across all of the categories. Leading the pack with the most nominations are Eric Church and Little Big Town, each with an astounding five. Church’s nominations include Male Vocalist; Single of the Year for “Talladega”; Song of the Year for “Like A Wrecking Ball,” which he wrote with fellow BMI songwriterCasey Beathard; Musical Event of the Year for “Raise ‘Em Up” with Keith Urban, who is also a BMI writer; and Church’s first nod for Entertainer of the Year, bringing him a total of 17 nominations since his first nod...

69 About 2 months ago

Kenny Chesney scores his 26th No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart (dated Oct. 3) as "Save It for a Rainy Day" jumps 4-1 in its 14th week with 48 million audience impressions (up 10 percent), according to Nielsen Music. Chesney ties Alan Jackson and George Strait for the second-most leaders in the chart's 25-year history. Tim McGraw leads with 27 No. 1s.

The midtempo "Day" is Chesney's fourth Country Airplay leader from his album The Big Revival. Story-song "American Kids" led the Sept. 20, 2014 list, followed by pop-rocker "Til It's Gone" (Jan. 31) and the folky...

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Its seeds originally sown within the annual Lake Champlain Maritime Festival, Vermont’s own chanteuse of rock Grace Potter and her Grand Point North festival, now in its fifth year, has turned into one of the bonafide highlights of the city of Burlington’s vibrant music scene, so much so that it rivals in prominence its early summer counterpart, Discover Jazz. That’s because GPN, curated in part by the well-established entrepreneurs at Higher Ground, usually populates its roster with almost as many local acts as those of national renown and 2015 is no exception. Smoothly navigating two side-by-side stages, acts...

33 2 months ago