Sony BMG apologizes to radio for a June 6 letter demanding they stop playing a version of Tracy Lawrence's "Find Out Who Your Friends Are" with Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney. The label calls it "a distraction and a waste of your time"
Jun 9, 2007
Kenny Chesney brings his Flip Flop Summer tour to Pittsburgh's Heinz Field, the first of six NFL venues on the schedule. The bill also features Brooks & Dunn, Sugarland, Sara Evans and Pat Green
Jun 9, 2007
Martina McBride raises $103,000 with the 24th annual YWCA Celebrity Auction. The top bid is $12,000 for a collection of six platinum albums from Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Kenny Chesney, Keith Urban and McBride
Jun 25, 2007
Kenny Chesney is recognized as one of the hottest bachelors of the year in "People" magazine
Jul 1, 2007
Kenny Chesney and Pat Green perform for 22,000 people in the first concert at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado. Sugarland cancels the day of the show, the first of several concerts they miss as Jennifer Nettles battles tonsillitis
Jul 2, 2007
Lyric Street releases the Rascal Flatts single "Take Me There," written by Kenny Chesney, to radio
Aug 17, 2007
Kenny Chesney practices with the NFL's New Orleans Saints at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, fielding a punt and catching passes from quarterback Drew Brees
Aug 18, 2007
Kenny Chesney appears at Detroit's Ford Field, the last of six stadiums on the itinerary of his Flip Flop Summer tour. The production also features Brooks & Dunn, Sugarland, Sara Evans and Pat Green
Aug 20, 2007
BNA releases Kenny Chesney's "Don't Blink" to radio
Sep 4, 2007
Craig Schelske files papers in Franklin, Tennessee, asking Sara Evans to admit to perhaps a dozen affairs during their marriage and to reveal the medications she's taking. Among those he accuses in the filing: Kenny Chesney, Richard Marx and members of 3 Doors Down
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