Following his first single from The Big Revival, “American Kids,” climbing the charts and settling comfortably in the Number 1 spot, Kenny Chesney made a decision to release the David Lee Murphy, Rodney Clawson, and Jimmy Yeary penned “Til It’s Gone.” Proving to be a wise decision, Kenny is kicking back in his blue chair, reaping the benefits of his choice.
“Til It’s Gone,” a song that Kenny deemed “very much for the fans,” has now followed its predecessor and, likewise, claimed the Number 1 spot on the chart, making this the Grammy nominee’s twenty-sixth chart topper of his career.
It’s hard to believe. All that music… All those songs… And here we are. Twenty-six No. 1 hits is hard to get your head around, but I’m glad it could be this song – because this song is very much from me to the fans.
Already having two hit singles, as well as two Grammy nominations, stemming from The Big Revival, Kenny also decided to take his music out on the road on the appropriately named The Big Revival Tour. In discussing his latest hit song in conjunction with his live music, Kenny stated:
If you’ve ever been to one of our shows, you know how much passion those fans have. They’re the reason I want to get out there and rock harder than I ever have, to look someone in the eye, to say “I got this…” When you get to the bridge: “One life, one chance/ One ticket to the big dance/ You and me still holding on/ Right down to the last song…,” that’s what it’s all about.
For more information on Kenny Chesney’s upcoming tour, which kicks off March 26th in Nashville, Tennessee, click here.