Kenny Chesney is a surprise guest for George Strait's concert at the BJCC Arena in Birmingham, Alabama, appearing during the encore for a duet on "Amarillo By Morning." Chesney is in the city rehabbing after shoulder surgery
Jan 29, 2008
Lost Highway releases Willie Nelson's "Moment Of Forever" album, produced by Kenny Chesney. The disc includes the first recording of "I'm Alive"
Mar 4, 2008
Kenny Chesney receives a field-leading 11 nominations as finalists for the 43rd annual Academy of Country Music awards are announced at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. Finishing second with six: Rodney Atkins
Mar 6, 2008
Kenny Chesney, Pat Green and Sara Evans pull Sony BMG chief Joe Galante up for a mass rendition of "Honky Tonk Women" during a boat-ride showcase at the Country Radio Seminar in Nashville
Mar 18, 2008
BNA releases Kenny Chesney's "Better As A Memory" to radio
Apr 17, 2008
Kenny Chesney, wearing uniform #7, takes batting practice at Baltimore's Camden Yards as a guest of the Orioles' Kevin Millar. The O's defeat the Chicago White Sox in the game, 6-5
Apr 19, 2008
The Los Angeles Times reports Kenny Chesney is selling a five-bedroom house in Malibu just two months after he purchased it. Chesney is asking $7.95 million for the home, which he bought for $7.5 million
Apr 26, 2008
Kenny Chesney's right foot is caught between a mechanical lift and the stage at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina, creating a severe hematoma. He still finishes the concert, which also features Brooks & Dunn, LeAnn Rimes, Luke Bryan, Gary Allan and Uncle Kracker
May 16, 2008
Kenny Chesney, Kellie Pickler, Carrie Underwood and Rascal Flatts break into an impromptu performance of classic pop songs while partying at a Mandalay Bay steakhouse in Las Vegas
May 18, 2008
Kenny Chesney appears in a Corona commercial that debuts during the Academy of Country Music Awards on CBS-TV
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