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CHESNEY RELEASES THE EVOCATIVE “SOMEWHERE WITH YOU”

Second Single From New Album Hemingway’s Whiskey Out Now


NASHVILLETN – After topping the charts earlier this month with “The Boys of Fall,” Kenny Chesney is releasing “Somewhere With You,” the second single from his new album Hemingway’s Whiskey which debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200. Hemingway’s Whiskey is Chesney’s sixth album to debut at the spot and the album is receiving widespread praise as one of the best of his storied career.

Written by J. T. Harding and Shane McAnally, “Somewhere With You” finds Chesney in new musical territory. “Somewhere With You” is very haunting,” said Chesney. “The track, the feel of the song- it’s really different than anything I’ve done. And what the song says is so true, because when you’re trying to get over somebody, you do a lot of things to try to get over that person. You try to go out with somebody new, but you realize it’s just a temporary high- like the song says. Getting over somebody is tough, it’s really tough. There’s always something to remind you of a time, a place, a memory, a feeling. And you always think about that person. And I think that’s why this song is so powerful.”

With Hemingway’s Whiskey still sitting inside the Top 5, Chesney is set to release his critically-acclaimed football documentary "Boys of Fall" as a DVD, which is now available for pre-order at www.walmart.com and will be in stores only at Wal-Mart beginning November 9.  The DVD package will feature the never-before-seen full-length 90 minute version of the documentary, which includes interviews with some of football's most successful commentators, coaches and players, such as Joe Namath, Brett Favre, Peyton Manning, John Madden, Tony Dungy, Bill Parcells, Nick Saban, Mack Brown, Jim Tressel and Bobby Bowden.  "Boys of Fall," will also include bonus features, behind-the-scenes footage, the making of," and director/producer commentary. 

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