But I'm at a point where I want to say something different about women."."Wild Child," he explains, depicts a woman who's stronger and more independent than those Daisy Dukes cliches now ubiquitous on country radio.Kenny, who was born Kenneth Arnold Chesney on March 26, 1968, in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, had been passionate about music since he was just a kid.Nevertheless, his desire for music was started after he got his first guitar as a Christmas present when he was 19.Kenny's biggest musical influence was, in fact, the America's most successful hit maker Conway Twitty.The Brothers of the Sun Tour continues this Saturday in Detroit, before wrapping up next weekend (Aug 24-25) with two shows in Foxboro, Mass.
My first single, "Cowboys & Angels," was written about their kind of story. Dustin Lynch: Good, I haven't had anything thrown at me yet, so that's good! I remember having butterflies watching it and thinking, What would it be like to be the dude up there? Glamour: When did you think you could actually make a living at this?  No, but that's what's fun about music. It's always about the unknown and the song that isn't written or recorded yet. Dustin: It was, but it wasn't something I noticed or anyone around me noticed until it was in the song, and then it was, "You say this all the time! I feel like I would wake up six months later and want something different. Watching Kenny play in Tennessee to a sold-out crowd was very life-changing for me. Glamour: In "Where It's At (Yep, Yep)" was the "yep, yep" a catchphrase of yours that you used regularly in the past?There are plenty of things even a superfan of the ‘Pirate Flag’ singer might not know.fortunate after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York City. How many of these 10 facts did you already know about the country superstar?