Monthly Archives: November 2014

Kenny Chesney Detroit Ticket Information!

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By: Jon Corrigan

After spending most of 2014 focusing on his latest album The Big Revival, country superstar Kenny Chesney is getting back on the road.

The “American Kids” singer announced in October that he will headline a major North American concert tour in 2015. Chesney’s ‘Big Revival Tour’ will kick off March 26 (Chesney’s birthday) in Nashville, Tenn., and take him across the country, performing in a mix of arenas and stadiums – while also featuring some of country music’s biggest stars (Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, Jake Owen, Cole Swindell and Chase Rice).

So, it’s safe to say when Chesney brings his ‘Big Revival Tour’ to Detroit next August, you’re going to want to be there.

  • Tickets Go On-Sale: Friday, December 5th at 10:00 a.m.
  • Show Date: Saturday, August 22, 2015 at Ford Field
  • Supporting Acts: Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert and Chase Rice

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Toby Keith Shows His Goofy Side in ‘Drunk Americans’ Video: Watch

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There are a lot of sides toToby Keith. He’s famously been the “Angry American” serving up justice in “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue” and the boastful ball of energy in songs like “How Do You Like Me Now”; he’s also been a a cowboy (“Beer for My Horse”), a sad sap (“Get My Drink On”), a lighthearted happy hour maven (“Drinks After Work”) and a gently sympathetic ear (“Hope on the Rocks”).

And in the video for his new single “Drunk Americans,” Keith is now?well, a bit of a goofball.

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The song itself is about finding joy in celebrating our differences. It’s also kinda nuts. As Americans, we may be all over the place?Democrats, Republicans, “prom queens,” “preachers or kingpins”?but in Keith’s song, it’s not peace, love and understanding that brings us…

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