Kenny Glad to Be Back

Kenny Chesney debuted his 2007 “Flip Flop Summer Tour” to a sold-out audience April 12 in Omaha, Neb., and Kenny declared that he and his band were excited to be hitting the road again.

“It’s been seven months since we’ve done this, and boy, are we ready to be here,” Kenny said. “You know, there’s nothing like that energy coming off the crowd.” During the tour opener, legendary rock guitarist Joe Walsh joined Kenny onstage for several of Kenny’s hits, and also launched into his own tunes, including “Rocky Mountain Way” and “All Night Long.” The tour continues Thursday, April 19, in Greensboro, N.C.

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