KENNY CHESNEY: NO REGRETS

Kenny Chesney has just come off his successful "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems" tour, and is also enjoying success with his latest single, "The Good Stuff," which is climbing up the charts.

Although he admits that keeping up with his career is more work than he thought it would be, he says he has no regrets about the path he has taken.

"It feels like I'm living a fantasy in a way, but every day it becomes more and more of a reality," he says.

"When people hear me, I hope they say, 'He is very genuine and not plastic.' I want to be remembered as a guy who cut some really great songs, wrote some really great songs... and was real."

If you missed Kenny on tour, don't fret -- he and his crew are still on the road and playing live. Check out www.KennyChesney.com to see if he will be in your area.

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