Kenny Chesney Net Worth : $135 million
Kenny Chesney is a very talented and well renowned country music star. Kenny Chesney Net Worth is $135 million.
Quick Points About Kenny Chesney :
|Full Name||Kenneth Arnold “Kenny” Chesney|
|Profession||Country music singer|
|Date of Birth||March 26, 1968|
|Place of Birth||Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S.|
|Achievements||American Music Award for Artist of the Year|
Born on March 26, 1968 Kenneth Arnold “Kenny” Chesney is the world famous American country songwriter and singer. RIAA certified Kenny’s fourteen out of twenty recorded albums with gold or other higher ranks. Kenny’s more than forty singles have made it to the Top 10 Country Airplay charts U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs list. Kenny has sold more than thirty million albums globally. While playing for his high school team, Kenny won three football state titles.
Kenny’s first album was “In My Wildest Dreams”. The album was released under the independent lable Capricon Records. “The Tin Man” and “Whatever It Takes” were the singles from this album that made it to the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks list. In 1995 Kenny signed to the BNA Records and released “All I Need To Know”- his second country album.
Kenny co- directed “The Boys of Fall”- a film for ESPN. Kenny has been awarded six Academy of Country Music Awards. He has also received six awards from Country Music Association. Kenny is one of the most successful artists in the country music and sells out the venues where he performs. The highest earning country music trip of the year 2007 was Kenny “Flip Flop Summer”.
Kenny was honored with the Entertainer of the Year Award by the Country Music Association in ’04, ’06, ’07 and ’08. In the year 2000 did Kenny release his compilation album “Greatest Hits”. The tracks of the album included “The Tin Man”, “Fall In Love” and “Back Where I Come From”. In 2002 Kenny’s single “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” was released and became a massive hit among the country music audience. In 2002, the CMT honored the music video for the track “Young” with Male Video of the Year and Video of the Year awards. Kenny’s most appreciated tracks were present in the 2007 album “Just Who I Am: Poets and Pirates”.