KENNY PERFORMS SPECIAL SONG FOR TSUNAMI CONCERT

When Kenny Chesney performed last weekend at "Tsunami Aid: A Concert For Hope," he didn't sing his latest single. In fact, the song he chose, "I Can't Go There," was the result of much soul-searching on Kenny's part. "I figured I should perform something that looked at how loss kind of stays on your soul," said Kenny. "Those people's lives will never be the same, but more importantly, they will never get over the people they lost. That's kind of what 'I Can't Go There' is about: all the things that are so much a part of the person who's gone that they'll never be the same. I don't know if it helped, but it just felt like the song to perform. Maybe, hopefully, it was something that could bring everyone together in their sense of hurt and loss - and create healing and the comfort that comes from a community of people trying to deal."

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