Kenny Goes “Out” to Celebrate

Kenny Chesney celebrated the success of his latest No. 1 single, “Out Last Night,” at an industry party at the ASCAP building in Nashville, Oct. 21.

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Kenny was honored for the hit along with his co-writer, Brett James. Sporting a Boston Red Sox ball cap, Kenny told the overflow crowd that, “It’s real easy to be a songwriter when you write with Brett. He has meant a lot to me in my career, and my career would not be the same without him.” Brett also wrote Kenny’s hit, “When the Sun Goes Down.”

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