Kenny Chesney performed his new No. 1 hit, "Save It for a Rainy Day," at the 2015 CMA Awards on Wednesday night (Nov. 4).

Chesney kept his show simple, wearing a black cowboy hat and playing on a stage set up to look like -- you guessed it -- a beach.

"Save It for a Rainy Day" was Chesney's fourth single to hit No. 1 in a row. The song also happens to be the fourth release off of the singer's most recent album, The Big Revival, following “American Kids,” “‘Til It’s Gone” and “Wild Child.” All of those No. 1 songs are the result of Chesney taking a year off of music to re-focus his energy before creating the album.

“I believe music is life and music is medicine,” Chesney says. “You have to really push what’s there to keep giving people more, but you don’t want to lose the essence or your roots in the process. It was that way with the shows this summer, too. And what I learned from how hard those fans rocked with us this summer is that people will embrace it if you push them. Don’t just give them the same, but keep reaching, keep writing true to life, because that’s what they really want.”

Chesney is set to appear at the 2016 Taste of Country Music Festival alongside Jake Owen. The festival is set for June 10-12, 2016, in Hunter Mountain, N.Y. More artists are yet to be announced.

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