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Kenny Chesney’s ‘El Cerrito Place’ Relives the ‘Insanity’
Kenny Chesney's brand-new single, "El Cerrito Place" may have gotten its name from a street in southern California, but it brings back Texas-sized memories. Written and originally recorded by songwriting legend and Lone Star State native Keith Gattis, the haunting ballad was also a hit for Texas crooner Charlie Robison back in 2004...
Charlie Robison’s Divorce Inspires ‘Beautiful’ Music
Listen to Charlie Robison's new album, 'Beautiful Day,' and you might feel bad for the guy. Talk to him, though, and you'll realize he's doing just fine. "I guess you might call this my divorce record," Charlie, who split last year from the Dixie Chicks' Emily Robison, told The Boot, all the while maintaining a sly grin...