Kenny Chesney started his musical career over 25 years ago, in 1993.
He is one of the most popular American country music singers and so far he released 20 studio albums, 3 compilation albums and went on 17 tours!
He collaborated with many famous artists like Tracy Lawrence, Jimym Buffett, Rascal Flatts and he also collaborated with some bands like Grace Potter.
Kenny's songs have over 1 billion views on YouTube and he sold more than 30 million copies of his albums, so it is no surprise that his net worth is estimated at $260 million!
According to Forbes, Chesney's annual income is around $40 million!
You can find much more stuff about Kenny Chesney on this page!
Wife: Kenny Chesney was married to actress Renée Zellweger who is one year younger than him.
The couple married on May 9, 2005, but the marriage lasted for seven months only as it was annulled on December 20, 2005.
Parents: Kenny Chesney's parents are David Chesney and Karen Chandler.
Siblings: Kenny has a sister whose name is Jennifer Chandler.
Kids: Kenny Chesney has no children.
Kenny Chesney has a lot of famous friends that he got during his long and successful career.
Here is a photo of him with Paul McCartney and a few more friends.
Kenny Chesney own a few houses. His home in Nashville was destroyed in 2010 by floods.
Photos of his house are not available to the public.
Cars collection: Kenny Chesney can definitely afford to have any car he wants, but he doesn't post photos of his cars on his social media accounts, so we don't know which cars exactly does he own.
Kenny Chesney announced a new tour for 2019. On the following link you can buy Kenny Chesney tickets without fees and check his latest tour dates and locations.
You can buy Kenny Chesney's official merch at www.kennychesney.com/store
Here is the list of Kenny Chesney's most popular songs:
Kenny Chesney has no tattoos, but some of his fans have tattoos inspired by the famous singer and some of them have even tattoed some of Kenny's most popular lyrics!
Live a little, love a lot.
Football taught me how hard you had to work to achieve something.
I want there to be a level of respect between everybody.
There's something to be said for useless days. You know, those days when you have nothing to do and all day to do it ... Trust me, a beach and a bottomless drink may not cure the world's problems but it can really get your head in the right place. Those are my favorite kind of days.
Over the years I've had people tell me that they come to my show to escape.
I had a notepad and I wrote down 30 things to make myself better just off the top of my head, and the next day I started to do that.
I realized that I wanted to get better in every way. As a person, as a friend, as a songwriter, as a musician, as an artist, record producer, you name it.
I love the fact that I can go out there on stage with a guitar and sing a song that means something to somebody.
What you see is kinda what you get with me. I'm a very real person, or I hope to be, anyway. I don't have nothing to hide.
There's this idea that somebody's job could be more important than somebody else's, and to me, that's not true.
It was satisfying to take a risk and see it pay off.
I'm like a shark. I've got to be constantly moving.
I'm so hands-on, from the color of my tour bus to what I eat for dinner at 5 or the way the lights are hung.
I'm pretty firm in my sexuality and my love for women.
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.