Kenny Chesney Creates Boston Marathon Fund

Kenny Chesney has established the Spread the Love Fund for those affected by the Boston Marathon bombing. The fund will work with Boston Medical Center to help pay for prosthetics, physical therapy and additional care needed.

Beyond that, all proceeds from download sales of Kenny's song “Spread the Love,” which features the Wailers Band, will go to the fund. The track appears on Kenny's new album, Life on a Rock.
 
“It’s hard to imagine a world where taking your children to school, going to the movies or witnessing something as iconic as the Boston Marathon is a dangerous thing to do,” Kenny says. “For me, I want to help give these people as much of their lives back as possible, but I’d also like to counteract some of the negativity in the world . . . Remind people that there are more good people out there, and it’s up to us to ‘Spread the Love.’"
 

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