Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Honors Kenny Chesney

Kenny Chesney was honored as “Tennessean of the Year” by the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame on Friday, February 11. He was honored not only for his role as a producer on the ESPN football documentary “Boys of Fall,” but also for his role as mentor of young adults through his contribution of thousands of [...] Read More

Sara Evans, Kenny Chesney: Country’s Do-Gooders

Country artists have a reputation for giving back to the community, and plenty of them are reaching out in the weeks and months ahead with benefit concerts and acts of charity. Sara Evans, Jimmy Wayne, Kenny Chesney and Jo Dee Messina are among the people finding ways to help out. The causes? A children’s hospital, a community-building agency and a Christmas adoption special. Here are some of the helpful ways country stars are aiding their neighbors: Read More

Hank Jr., Faith Hill: Are You Ready For Some Football?

We’re eight weeks away from the start of the college football season and nine weeks away from the NFL’s kickoff. If you’re ready for some football, so are Hank Williams Jr. and Faith Hill. Both of the country stars will be back in key positions, providing the theme music for “Monday Night Football” and “Sunday Night Football.” In fact, both of them have already shot the video packages. Read More

Kenny Chesney Films High School Football Documentary

Kenny Chesney might be better known for his high energy concerts and hit songs than his football skills, but the lessons he learned while playing high school football have stayed with him throughout his life. Kenny has spent the past year filming a documentary, ‘The Boys of Fall,’ about the game he says helped shape [...] Read More