Chesney announces new disc

Thursday, January 17, 2013 – Kenny Chesney will add a new album to his discography with the release of his yet untitled, new album on Blue Chair/Columbia Nashville Records label on April 30.

"It's gonna be an amazing summer and I'm really excited to bring some new music to No Shoes Nation," said Chesney.

With preparation under way for the kick off of his 'No Shoes Nation' Tour on March 16 in Tampa, Fla., Chesney said, "The fans are the foundation of No Shoes Nation. They built it from the ground up, and they built it with heart, passion and the love of life and music, and I can't wait to feel that connection again throughout the summer of 2013."

Chesney will have performed 101 stadium concerts after this summer's tour.

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