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Music City
CHESNEY'S STADIUM HERO STATUS SOLIDIFIED
11/8/18

Blue Chair/Warner Music Nashville superstar Kenny Chesney's tireless stadium treks, which notably included a much-talked-about 2018 performance at MetLife, have yielded a glowing piece from The Associated Press—one that was quickly picked up by the New York Times.

The story, which points out that Chesney is the biggest ticket-seller for any musical genre at a venue that's welcomed the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift, highlights the icon's matchless ability to unite sports and music cultures.

"The wave of sound builds from the bottom of the lower bowl to the very top of MetLife Stadium," it starts off. "Every seat is filled, and the place rocks with energy and anticipation. Indeed, it couldn't be any louder if the Giants or Jets were playing in a Super Bowl there. Except there's no football game about to kick off. It's one of 14 NFL and 19 overall stadium stops for Kenny Chesney on his five-month, 42-show Trip Around The Sun Tour earlier this year. And the musical magic about to be created rivals anything the place has ever seen."

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