Nashville Hotline: Kenny Chesney Adresses “Suckers For The Truth” On “Fishbowl”

Today Kenny Chesney‘s latest album Welcome to the Fishbowl has been released, and he admits to being a bit more honest with this collection of songs.

“I think more than ever,” Kenny says, “I think people are suckers for the truth when it comes to me and my music. And for that reason only, I believe this is a really honest album for me, and it was an emotional journey to put it together.”

What do you think of the direction of Kenny’s new music?

Some more new releases hit stores today including Don Williams‘s latest And So It Goes, which features some special guests. Do the names Keith Urban, Alison Kraus, and Vince Gill ring any bells?

The more the merrier, right?

Toby Keith wants his crowd to feel merry, too. How’s he making that happen? Two words: inflatable bar. The portable pub will serve signature Toby cocktails.

Eric Church might need one of those signature drinks because his latest single Springsteen is on top of the country charts again this week. Springsteen has been a crowd favorite at his shows on his Blood, Sweat, and Beers Tour, but Eric isn’t tired of performing it night after night.

Springsteen is one of those songs,” Eric tells us, “that every night I sing it, I can remember being 16-years-old, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Charlotte, North Carolina– my first amphitheater experience up there on the lawn– and I can remember spreading that blanket down, and I can still see the faces of the people that were with me.”

At his Sears Centre concert in May, Eric shared a few more details with the crowd about that experience of his. Let’s just say one of those faces definitely belonged to a girl that was with him. On the blanket. Let your imagination take you where it will.

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