More songs about sunshine and beer on the ninth album from the artist briefly known as...
Sue Keogh 2004-02-12
A stadium-filling star in the States but with zero profile over here, Kenny Chesney had no reason to trouble the pages of Hello magazine until his sudden micro-marriage to Renee Zellweger earlier this year.
Since then the gossip columnists have been doing their best to sniff out the real reasons behind the split. But by doggedly avoiding the personal, Chesney's new album The Road And The Radio offers scant insight into the real emotions of the man.
Having written almost all of 2005's Be As You Are, this time expert Nashville songwriters Rivers Rutherford, Aimee Mayo and Radney Foster were called in to come up with yet more tales of sunshine, beer and all-purpose nostalgia presumably leaving Chesney more time to see his lawyers or go shopping for muscle tops.