Kenny Chesney Toasts Fans From a Scenic Beach

by Taylor Cunningham
(Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Kenny Chesney)

According to social media, Kenny Chesney is in paradise with a bottle of Blue Chair Bay Rum right now. And since we’re all working on this beautiful Tuesday afternoon, we’re jealous.

Kenny Chesney has made a name for himself writing songs about the beach. And he’s currently living his lyrics. Today, he posted a picture of himself standing on the shores of some tropical coastline. The country singer didn’t say where he is, but we’re assuming it’s a place that follows Chesney’s rules of “no shoes, no shirt, no problems.”

In a Tweet, we can see Chesney wearing his signature straw cowboy hat with a blue shirt and swim trunks. And he’s promoting his rum line.

“Cheers from Blue Chair Bay @BlueChairBayRum,” he captioned.

The Good Stuff singer’s love for island life inspired his Blue Chair Bay Rum business. According to Chesney’s website, the rum “was born on the beach with every drop made in the Caribbean.”

Kenny Chesney’s Suprise Key West Concert Was the Singer’s First Live Event in Two Years

Kenny Chesney heads to the beach whenever he gets the chance. So it’s no surprise that he chose Key West for his first concert stop in over two years.

On September 30th, the multi-platinum artist surprised a crowd when he walked on stage in the Florida Keys for his Kenny Chesney: Live from the Key West Theater event. And after singing, Chesney posted a few snapshots from the magical event on Instagram.

“Key West was special,” he captioned. “It was good to feel the love again. I needed it. #smallstageseries”

The snapshots show the singer, who was all smiles, inside the historic and beautiful Key West Theater.

The stop was part of Sirius XM and Pandora’s small stage series, which the singer has a passion for performing. Chesney, who usually sings for stadiums full of fans, put on an intimate set for only 200 guests. And instead of a full band, he only worked with two guitarists and a keyboard player.

And since the concert had a quiet, unplugged vibe, he took the opportunity to perform newer and lesser-known singles.

“So many of the songs that are close to my heart would get lost in a stadium,” Chesney said. “They’re songs from one heart to the world, and you need to really listen and take in the words, so they’re songs I don’t get to do very often… And tonight, in this place with so much history for so many writers, I’m going to go to those places.”