Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney are cleared in Orchard Park, New York, of charges connected to their horse play in June. Faith Hill sheds a tear, while McGraw's lawyer says the title to the album "Set This Circus Down" is oddly fitting for the case
Jun 9, 2001
Kenny Chesney makes a surprise appearance on the Grand Ole Opry, where he delivers his first live performance of "A Lot Of Things Different," written by Opry member Bill Anderson
Jul 26, 2001
Kid Rock is a surprise guest, joining Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney and opener Mark Collie on stage for the finale, "Just Good Ol' Boys," during a show at Detroit's DTE Energy Music Theatre
Aug 5, 2001
Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney play the Mars Music Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida. Watching from the lawn: future country star Jake Owen
Sep 12, 2001
Martina McBride sings the national anthem at a Centennial Park vigil in Nashville for victims of the previous day's attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Other country performers include Kenny Chesney, Shannon Brown and Phil Vassar
Sep 18, 2001
Kenny Chesney remakes "Tush" for "Sharp Dressed Men: A Tribute To ZZ Top"
Oct 31, 2001
Kenny Chesney acquires his second double-platinum album, for his "Greatest Hits"
Dec 31, 2001
Kenny Chesney welcomes 2002 headlining at the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville with Phil Vassar, Sara Evans and Jamie O'Neal. They're joined on stage for a midnight celebration by Barbara Mandrell, Mark Collie and Carolyn Dawn Johnson
Feb 5, 2002
BNA releases the "Totally Country" compilation, featuring Brooks & Dunn, Lonestar, Trick Pony, Kenny Chesney, Tammy Cochran, Sara Evans, Blake Shelton, Diamond Rio, Keith Urban, Dwight Yoakam, Kenny Rogers, Martina McBride and Travis Tritt
Feb 16, 2002
When Kenny Chesney performs at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky, he brings John Michael Montgomery on stage to play guitar on "Jack And Diane." Cleveland Browns quarterback Tim Couch sings a verse of "Back Where I Come From"
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