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Kenny Chesney Net Worth

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Kenny Chesney net worth:
$100 Million

Kenny Chesney information

Kenny Chesney information

Birth date: March 26, 1968
Birth place: Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
Height:5 ft 5 in (1.676 m)
Profession:Singer-songwriter, Musician, Singer, Songwriter, Music artist
Education:Gibbs High School, East Tennessee State University
Nationality:United States of America
Spouse:Renée Zellweger (m. 2005–2005)
Parents:David Chesney, Karen Chandler, Setting the World On Fire, Come Over, There Goes My Life
Siblings:Jennifer Chandler
Awards:Country Music Association Awards, Billboard Music Awards for Top Country Artist, Triple Crown Award, Academy of Country Music Awards, People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Artist
Nominations:Country Music Association Award for Male Vocalist of the Year, Country Music Association Award for Single of the Year, Country Music Association Award for New Artist of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for Video of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for Album of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year, Grammy Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance, Billboard Music Award for Top Country Album, Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals, American Music Award for Favorite Country Album, World Music Award for World’s Best Album, American Music Award for Favorite Country Male Artist, Country Music Association Award for Vocal Event of the Year, People's Choice Award for Favorite Country Song, Teen Choice Award for Choice Male Country Artist, Billboard Music Award for Country Album Artist of the Year, Billboard Music Award for Male Country Artist of the Year, Setting the World On Fire, Come Over, There Goes My Life, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA, Madison, MS, United States

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Kenny Chesney net-worth is said to achieve 40 million dollars. Performer and his net-worth comes from his occupations as a singer, song-writer, actor. Produced in 1968, Kenny Chesney is well-known within the US and all over the world. Kenny Chesney whose complete name is Kenneth Arnold Chesney is known as among the most famous singers of country music. All In All, the singer has released 15 albums, sales that went extremely well and they raised the entire Kenny Chesney net-worth with a mile.

Kenny Chesney Net Worth – 40 Million Dollars

It’s worth mentioning that 14 albums of the vocalist were certified gold as well as above from the RIAA. Moreover, he’s launched over 30 singles which reached the Top-10 of Billboard Country Songs charts. The singer received six awards in the Academy of Country Music as well as six awards in the Country Music Association. Additionally, his involvement into film business also adds lots of earnings for the entire number of Kenny Chesney net-worth. His mom was a hairdresser and his dad worked as a teacher for an elementary school. Kenny Chesney was active in sports, when he attended high-school. He performed in both basketball and soccer teams and several individuals who knew him believed that it’s likely to be-sports which he’d pick for his future profession. But when he got his first guitar for Xmas, he actually loved playing it, which led him to become involved into music business. In 1989, he recorded his first music record by himself and from this time his music career only snowballed. Kenny Chesney net-worth shows he is really one of the best paid folks within the country music business, now.

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Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2012GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Country Duo/Group Performance· Grace Potter
2009GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Country Collaboration with Vocals· George Strait
2005GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Country Collaboration with Vocals· Clint Black
· Jimmy Buffett
· Alan Jackson
· Toby Keith
· George Strait

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1Is in a long-term relationship with model Jamie Hill since 2008.
2On his Poets and Pirates tour. [June 2008]
3Along with Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, and other music stars who reside in Nashville, Tennessee, Kenny's home was engulfed in a flood in May, 2010.
4Good friend of Peyton Manning.
5Is a huge Aerosmith and Bruce Springsteen fan.
6Is a Board Member, along with actor Morgan Freeman, for PLANIT NOW, a hurricane relief and preparation non-profit.
7Favorite TV show is Friends (1994).
8Favorite book is "The Firm" by John Grisham.
9Attended Gibbs High School.
10In 1990, he graduated with a degree in marketing from East Tennessee State University.
11On the CMT Top 20 Videos of 2005, he held the #8 (Who You'd Be Today) and #2 (Anything But Mine) slots.
12Two of his albums "All I Want for Christmas is a Real Good Tan" and "Be As You Are: Songs from an Old Blue Chair" both went platinum without a radio single or promotion.
13He won the 2004 CMA Album of the Year for his record When the Sun Goes Down.
14Favorite musicians are Conway Twitty, Keith Whitley, Ricky Skaggs, George Jones, Lynyrd Skynyrd and James Taylor.
15Was raised in Luttrell, Tennessee, which is also the hometown of country star Chet Atkins.
16He was born to Dave Chesney and Karen Chandler (then Karen Chesney).
17Met his ex-wife Renée Zellweger at a tsunami relief benefit in January 2005.
18His wedding ceremony lasted 15 minutes
19Won the Entertainer of the Year Award at the Academy of Country Music Awards on May 17, 2005
20Wrote "You Had Me From Hello" after Renée Zellweger's famous line in Jerry Maguire (1996).
21Married actress Renée Zellweger on the resort island St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
22In April of 2005 his song "Anything but Mine" hit number 1 on the Country charts after spending 17 weeks on the charts.
23Is a die hard fan of the Boston Red Sox and the Tennessee Titans.
242004 CMA Award-winner for Entertainer of the Year and Album of the Year.
252002 ACM Award-winner for Best Male Vocalist.
26Brother of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity from East Tennessee State University
27Has a younger half-sister named Jennifer Chandler.
28His first No. 1 hit came in August 1997 with "She's Got it All" (a three week No. 1 country smash), and the No. 1 hits kept coming: "That's Why I'm Here" (1998); "How Forever Feels" (a six-week No. 1) and "You Had Me From Hello" (both 1999); "Don't Happen Twice" (2001) and "The Good Stuff" (a seven-week No. 1 from 2002). "How Forever Feels" was Billboard's No. 2 country hit of 1999, while "The Good Stuff" was the magazine's No. 1 country song of 2002. Other major hits include "When I Close My Eyes" (1997); "A Chance" and "I Will Stand" (1998); "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" (1999); "What I Need to Do" (2000); "The Tin Man" (2001); and "Young" (2002). As 2003 dawned, he was on his way to another major country smash -- the Bill Anderson-Dean Dillon-penned "A Lot of Things Different."
29Scored his first top 10 hit on Billboard magazine's country singles chart with 1995's "Fall in Love." However, it wasn't until 1996 when he made his breakthrough with the No. 2 hit "Me and You."

1'I Can't Go There' - That's the most brutally honest song I've ever written in my whole life. When you're in love with somebody, you go places -- whether it's your favorite restaurant, a spot in the islands, or Wrigley Field. When that ends, it's impossible for you -- literally or in your heart or mind -- to go back there. If I've ever written a song that was 100% an open book about me and what I went through, 'I Can't Go There' is it. For that reason, it's probably one of my favorite songs on the record.
2Greatest Hits CD going double platinum: There's a part of you that thinks 'Aw, people will never buy this. They have all these songs.' But maybe they don't have all the Capricorn stuff (his first record label) or the early hits or the new songs. Or maybe they're like me and they just want everything in one place. For whatever reason, I'm pretty stoked up about hearing this!
3She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy: The record company called me while I was out on the road. They told me they found this awesome song. I went in to listen to it, and I just fell in love with it. I just laugh every time I hear it. It's just a fun song that paints a great picture. When I heard it I said, "I've got to have that song." And we just tried to go in and have the most fun with it in the studio as we possibly could.
4On what inspires him to write a song: My inspiration comes from life in general. I keep my ears open. I overhear conversations in restaurants and on the street. I watch a lot of movies and TV, and I love to read. There are so many things that can be taken and made into songs -- everything that has an emotion to it. I just look for things that people can hang on to.
5God works in mysterious ways. I'm certainly glad I wasn't there - and I feel terrible for all the families who have been affected by this. - He had been scheduled to film a music video near the World Trade Center on Tuesday (9/11). The shoot was canceled
6I think "How Forever Feels" was really just an infectious song from the very opening riff. I just think it's different. Also, I've never heard another love song that mentions Richard Petty. That song really opened up a brand new audience for me. My past two albums have gone gold (meaning sales of more than 500,000), but a lot of people think "How Forever Feels" is my first single. It's odd, because I've been out there for six years now.
7It's a given that you want to record songs people can relate to, but it goes deeper than that. You want a song to touch them somehow. You want them to live with it and let it become a part of their lives. You want it to make them remember something -- their first kiss, their first boyfriend, their first breakup. But that's past tense. You also want it to have something they can relate to right now. I try real hard to make people feel things, whether it's a fun song, like 'How Forever Feels,' or a real intense song, like 'That's Why I'm Here' or a love song, like 'You Had Me From Hello.' You try to touch different emotions. If you don't do that, I think you miss the boat.
8I can't believe it. You're moving so fast -- and you can tell the fans are different somehow; but then you're back on the plane. It was so cool to see 12,000 people at the Mall of America, screaming like there was a show when it was really only an acoustic performance. But this? For a kid from Luttrell, Tennessee who thought playing The Turf (a dive bar on what was Nashville's seedy lower Broadway strip of honky tonks) was practically making it ... well, this is bigger than words. I mean, what do you say? I'm just trying to absorb it and enjoy it.
9(on growing up in Lutrell, Tennessee) It was a really great place to grow up. You couldn't help but be consumed by country music. It's everywhere ... but I never dreamed of being a singer as a kid.

1Cowboy hat or a baseball cap
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