South Jersey’s 3 Favorite Kenny Chesney Songs!
March 26th, 1968.... a day every country music fan everywhere is beyond thankful for. Why?
Kenny Chesney, the No Shoes Nation founder himself, was born on that day. Fifty-one years ago today, the president of No Shoes Nation was born. Could you imagine today's country music without Kenny? Imagine if there were no "Better Boat", no "All The Pretty Girls", no "Beer in Mexico", no "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problems"?!
It's a sad sight (or... sound?) is what it is. The country music format wouldn't be what it is today without Kenny Chesney. Not to mention, the concerts wouldn't be nearly as fun and there'd be no SANDBAR.
In celebration of the beach bum legend himself, we asked you to name your top three favorite Kenny Chesney songs of all time:
South Jersey's favorite Kenny Chesney songs are...
If the lyrics don't get you, the melody itself will. Coming in at #3 is Kenny's "The Boys Of Fall" off of his album Hemingway's Whiskey.
One of his most recognized songs of all time, "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" was one of the biggest innuendos of country music in 1999.
Who doesn't love a good love song? "There Goes My Life" off of album When the Sun Goes Down will put you right in the middle of your feelings. This emotional diddy comes in at NUMBER ONE!
As previously mentioned, South Jersey LIVES for a good love song.