KENNY CHESNEY LIKES IT HOT

Kenny Chesney's a warm weather kind of guy - but no matter how low the temperature dips this fall, he'll be ready to perform. Kenny's headed to New York next month to take part in the Thanksgiving week festivities as part of the "Today Show" morning concert series. He'll perform three songs, and he can't wait. "When you're out there on Rockefeller Plaza, you can see all those people looking right straight at you" said Kenny. "You throw the music at them, and they throw it back! It's about the coolest thing there is." No doubt temps will be a little "un-island-like." "It's not like I've never been in the snow or the cold," countered Kenny, "but if you get to pick between 75 degrees and sunny or icy cold and snow which would you choose? Even when it comes to skiing, I'm much more water than snow."

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