Kenny Chesney Tackles Football Film

It looks like Kenny Chesney is using his time off from touring to delve into other artistic interests, like creating films. First, Kenny treated fans to a 3D look at his past concert tour during Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D, and he's been shooting a new documentary film for the past year, The Boys of Fall, about the life lessons that kids learn through high school football.

Kenny says that he learned many of the secrets to his successful life on the high school football field as a starting wide receiver on the Gibbs High School football team. "I now know why we practiced longer, why our coach put us through double practices in the summer heat . . . all those things he put us through," Kenny said in a statement. "It was to teach us things me and everybody on our team has used to become the people we are."

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