Kenny Chesney's album "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems" goes double-platinum
Dec 31, 2002
Kenny Chesney closes the year with a show at Nashville's Gaylord Entertainment Center. Keith Urban and Montgomery Gentry open, and The Georgia Satellites' Dan Baird joins Chesney for a performance of "Keep Your Hands To Yourself"
Feb 25, 2003
Kenny Chesney cancels a Margaritas 'N' Senoritas Tour stop in Austin, Texas, with Montgomery Gentry and Kellie Coffey when a snowstorm keeps his equipment stranded in Dallas
Feb 28, 2003
When Montgomery Gentry performs at Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth, Kenny Chesney makes a surprise appearance to sing on "My Town"
Mar 4, 2003
Toby Keith receives eight nods to lead the competition when the Academy of Country Music announces its nominees in Los Angeles at Tiffany's. Alan Jackson picks up six nominations, while Kenny Chesney and Trick Pony take five apiece
Mar 19, 2003
Knoxville radio station WIVK, instrumental in the career of Dolly Parton, celebrates 50 years on the air with a party. Among the guests: Parton, Kenny Chesney, Darryl Worley, Trick Pony, Kenny Rogers, Phil Vassar, Joe Nichols and Aaron Tippin
Apr 9, 2003
"Willie Nelson And Friends: Live And Kickin'" is taped by the USA Network at New York's Beacon Theater. Nelson's guests include Shania Twain, Kris Kristofferson, Kenny Chesney, Ray Charles, Elvis Costello, Toby Keith, Ray Price and Leon Russell
Apr 19, 2003
Jimmy Buffett brings on two special guests when he performs at Nashville's AmSouth Amphitheatre: Alan Jackson duets on "Margaritaville," and Kenny Chesney appears for a rendition of "Volcano"
Apr 23, 2003
Kenny Chesney and Deana Carter play the inaugural concert at Ford Park in Beaumont, Texas, for 9,000 fans
May 8, 2003
Kenny Chesney's Margaritas 'N' Senoritas show at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham, Alabama, is postponed because of a downpour. The bill includes Deana Carter and Keith Urban
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