Kenny Throws a Birthday Bash

Kenny Chesney celebrated his 39th birthday, March 26, with an impromptu, star-studded bash at Nashville’s Tin Roof.

Kenny evidently decided on the party at the last minute and put the word out on his website. By mid-afternoon, the block in front of the club was lined with fans ready to help Kenny celebrate the big day. Joining Kenny and his band onstage were Gretchen Wilson, who sang with Kenny on the John Mellencamp hit “Hurts So Good,” Brooks & Dunn’s Kix Brooks, Montgomery Gentry, pop star Jewel and more. Plus, a private area in the back of the club played host to Kenny’s friends Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Sara Evans and Tracy Lawrence. “Me and the guys live to play,” Kenny said in a press release. “We always feel more alive onstage, no matter the circumstance.”

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