Kenny Chesney’s ‘Save It for a Rainy Day’ Becomes Fourth Straight No. 1 Song
Kenny Chesney has yet another No. 1 hit on his hands with "Save It for a Rainy Day."
Chesney's fourth single from his The Big Revival album is also his fourth straight No. 1 song, following the record's three previous singles, "American Kids," "'Til It's Gone" and "Wild Child." The project, released in 2014, followed Chesney's year off from the road in order to refocus on music.
“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.”
Giving the people what they want is something that Chesney has proved, time and time again, that he knows how to do. His 2015 summer tour broke attendance records across the country, many of which were previously held by Chesney himself.
"American Kids," The Big Revival's lead single, is nominated for Single of the Year and Song of the Year at the 2015 CMA Awards, while "Wild Child," a song that features Grace Potter, is nominated for Musical Event of the Year. And as if four No. 1 singles weren't enough proof of the album's success, The Big Revival has also been nominated for Album of the Year at the CMAs.
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