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Kenny Chesney concert footage goes live

Wednesday, November 18, 2009 – A preview of Kenny Chesney's upcoming 3-D movie went live on line today.

Chesney is slated to release "Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3-D" in April, but a part of it was shown starting today at Moviefone, AOL Music and The Boot.

"It's amazing to me how intense this footage is," Chesney said. "It's me in a way I've never seen myself - and I can't wait to share it with my fans. I put all of myself into my shows, a lot of heart and sweat and stuff most people might not think is all that important, but I do...and always have. This film captures every little detail in a way that makes it even more important than I thought it was when we were working on it, and it makes my fans even more in my face than when I'm onstage, which is great.,"

"So, I am completely thrilled that there's something we're able to give people a taste of the film with. Obviously, it's not 3-D, but it's pretty invested in what Joe Thomas, the director, is trying to help us capture. April is a long way away, and I know I don't want to wait that long to let people get a peak at what we're doing."

The footage was shot over six nights in five stadiums in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Seattle, Boston and Indianapolis' sold out stadiums shows.

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