Kenny Chesney's "The Road And The Radio" goes gold, platinum and double-platinum
Dec 20, 2005
The marriage of Kenny Chesney and actress Renee Zellweger is officially annulled in a Los Angeles court
Feb 8, 2006
Kenny Chesney earns a gold single for "Who You'd Be Today"
Feb 14, 2006
Bon Jovi performs at Nashville's Gaylord Entertainment Center, where the band is joined on stage by Jennifer Nettles. Also in attendance: Kenny Chesney, Billy Currington, Carrie Underwood, John Rich and Al Gore
Feb 16, 2006
Kenny Chesney receives a plaque from BNA Records celebrating career sales of 25 million albums. It matches the lifetime totals of Janet Jackson, Nirvana and ZZ Top
Mar 15, 2006
Faith Hill tops all artists with four nominations for the CMT Music Awards. Eight acts collect three nominations apiece: Tim McGraw, Carrie Underwood, Trace Adkins, Miranda Lambert, Brooks & Dunn, Keith Urban, Toby Keith and Kenny Chesney
Mar 17, 2006
Kenny Chesney performs "Me And You" for NFL quarterback Peyton Manning and his wife, Ashley, as they celebrate their fifth anniversary at Mario's in Nashville
Mar 23, 2006
Kenny Chesney places #11 on the "Rolling Stone" list of top moneymakers for 2005, with gross receipts of $32 million. Toby Keith is #17, $22 million; Rascal Flatts #27, $16 million; and Jimmy Buffett #7, $44 million
Mar 23, 2006
Kenny Chesney kicks off his 2006 tour at the Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio, where Uncle Kracker makes a surprise appearance to duet on "When The Sun Goes Down." The date also features Dierks Bentley and Sugarland
Apr 10, 2006
BNA releases Kenny Chesney's "Summertime" to radio
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