62 Famous Kenny Chesney Quotes For A Perfect Musical Start
Kenneth Arnold Chesney is a celebrated American record producer, songwriter and singer. His debut album was ‘My Wildest Dreams’ in the year 1994. He has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide and has produced more than 40 singles which have reached ‘Top Ten Chart’ on ‘US Billboard’ hot country songs. His first gold certified album was, ‘Me and You’ which was released in 1996. He has also earned the ‘Entertainer of the Year Award’, ‘‘Academy of Country Music’s’, ‘New Male Vocalist of the Year’ in 1997, ‘2002 Top Male Vocalist of the Year’ and ‘The Triple Crown Award’. Apart from these he has been on more than a dozen musical tours. The ‘The Big Revival Tour’ that was held in 2015 attracted more than 1 million audiences. Here is a compilation of quotes and sayings by the renowned artist which have been excerpted from his writings, songs, lyrics, interviews and public utterances. Go through the most notable thoughts and quotes by Kenny Chesney that will make tap your feet.
It's a smile, it's a kiss, it's a sip of wine ... it's summertime! I think there is a part of life that I'm missing. My mind is constantly going. For me to completely relax, I gotta get rid of my cell phone. Football taught me how hard you had to work to achieve something. I'm like a shark. I've got to be constantly moving. I don't think I ever feel sexy. I don't think that's for me to decide, if I'm sexy or not. I'll admit I'm a workaholic. I was standing onstage last year, and I felt like I wanted to be somewhere else. No matter how many people were out there, it all just felt like a blank sheet of paper. The last couple of years I've been on an empty tank. And that's gotta change. I grew up in east Tennessee, and everybody knew everybody's business. People who can't kiss had everything given to them. It sounds like a cliche, but it... you do sing about what you know about. And I grew up in a small town, and I grew up in a place where your whole world revolved around friends, family, school, and church, and sports. First and foremost, I consider myself a songwriter. I have 120 employees on the road every day, and about 30 other employees off the road. I guess what I'm trying to say is, I'm a helluva kisser. I had a notepad and I wrote down 30 things to make myself better just off the top of my head, and the next day I started to do that. Social topics may hit too close to home for people, but then again, if you pull a heartstring, then that's what country music is. It's not just songs about getting drunk and leaving your girl. I want there to be a level of respect between everybody. There's this idea that somebody's job could be more important than somebody else's, and to me, that's not true. I'm so hands-on, from the color of my tour bus to what I eat for dinner at 5 or the way the lights are hung. I work hard but I play hard. You'd think I'd have been happiest in my life playing music in front of 50,000 people at Gillette Stadium. But let me tell you, it's an odd feeling to feel alone in the spotlight. Over the years I've had people tell me that they come to my show to escape. I've always been drawn to the ocean. I need to recharge creatively, and get off the clock of having to be somewhere just because, and having to keep juggling all these things. Music's supposed to come from the heart. I felt like that if it ever got mechanical, I was going to back away from it. Me and my band and crew have always lived by the code: 'Work hard, play harder.' I love the fact that I can go out there on stage with a guitar and sing a song that means something to somebody. In all the years that I've been doing this, I've never launched a tour and launched an album at basically the same time. Doing one of those things is enough! It was satisfying to take a risk and see it pay off. I think that in the last four or five years I've constantly struggled with the balance in my life. I want to spend more time with my family. Southern girls are God's gift to the entire male population. There is absolutely no woman finer than one raised below the mason-dixon line and once you go southern may the good Lord help you - you never go back I would like to be married and have kids. I would like to do that... Yes, I could see me settling down at some point. I realized that I wanted to get better in every way. As a person, as a friend, as a songwriter, as a musician, as an artist, record producer, you name it. I'm pretty firm in my sexuality and my love for women. I can't believe that I get to stand on the stages I stand on every summer, and get to sing the songs that I sing. It's very hard for me to relax. What you see is kinda what you get with me. I'm a very real person, or I hope to be, anyway. I don't have nothing to hide My fans reflect who I am. It's not just in my industry... everything is so sensationalized that there's not a lot of heart and soul in a lot of things there used to be heart and soul in. I've gotten to meet so many people who've inspired me as a human being. When I was playing for tips in college, I felt a fire in my soul. I had the same principle of focus that I had learned playing football. Before, I was more concerned with getting on the radio, like many young artists. I needed to be pushed as an artist and as a person. Things that made me happy five, six years ago don't make me happy anymore. I can say that I don't see myself with the foot on the gas pedal as hard as it's been down for 16 years. This is a bit of curveball, but people who are really good kissers never have anything given to them. I'm all right. I'm good. There has been better times, but I'll be okay. So many nights I'm up there on stage and I wish everybody out in the audience could see what I see and feel what I feel. The more you live the more things reflect all around you!!!! I'm running a radio station. Its five o'clock some where I like to rock and roll, but I'm a mushy guy, too. I want to be the guy that all the girls love and all the guys want to hang out with
There are only so many hours you can sit on the bus and watch TV or play basketball or whatever we do to pass the time before we go out onstage.
Live a little, love a lot.
I'm a huge Aerosmith fan.
Had no excuses for the things that we'd done, we were brave, we crazy, we were mostly young.
My career was really odd, because I literally had a greatest hits album out and nobody knew who I was. They knew the songs, but they didn't know me.
Believe it or not, I want to keep growing my audience. I remember making up songs in my head.