KENNY ROCKS NASHVILLE WITH SURPRISE GUEST

Kenny Chesney rocked Music City Saturday, July 8, and gave the crowd an extra bonus—special guest Keith Urban.

In a show that drew more than 47,000 fans to Nashville’s LP Field, Kenny topped a bill that included Gretchen Wilson, Little Big Town, Big & Rich and Dierks Bentley. Kenny surprised the crowd when he invited Keith to the stage, calling him “one of my best friends in the world.” The two performed Keith’s hit, “Somebody Like You.” Kenny became the first act in six years to headline a major stadium show in Nashville. In 2000, George Strait brought his multi-star show to what was then called Adelphia Coliseum. Kenny’s next stadium show is Sunday, July 16, in Foxboro, Mass., outside of Boston. “Our fans are a pretty crazy, spirited bunch,” Kenny raved. “I’m lucky—my fans come ready to have a good time.”

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