Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney to Tour Together Next Year?

Official word might come down later this week.

Tim McGraw by Donn Jones/CMA; Kenny Chesney by John Russell/CMA

It has potential to be the biggest-grossing country tour ever.

Country Aircheck, an industry e-newsletter, declared Monday (Nov. 7) that Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney would co-headline a tour next year, and that details will be announced in a few days.

Oh, but that's not all: Country Aircheck also reported that Tim and Kenny are recording a song together. (They last appeared together on Tracy Lawrence's "Find Out Who Your Friends Are" in 2006.)

Those two haven't toured together since 2000, when Kenny opened shows for Tim—and opened a can of worms after some allegations involving police and horses at tour stop in Buffalo, N.Y.

No official word from either superstar's camp about a Kenny/Tim concert coupling, but if true, the mega-tour could outdraw the George Strait/Reba McEntire tour of last year.

Stay tuned.

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