On This Day: Kenny Chesney Drops ‘She’s Got It All’ in 1997

by Anna Dunn

On this day in 1997, Kenny Chesney released the hit, She’s Got It All. The song, written by Craig Wiseman and Drew Womack, launched the country singer into further stardom. It was the first single from Chesney’s album, I Will Stand. It became the singer’s first #1 hit on Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks.

She’s got it all is an irresistibly catchy love song. The upbeat tune may turn 24 today, but it’s just as fun as the day it was released. Like lots of Kenny Chesney’s music, it’s a perfect addition to your summer playlist.

The Music Video for ‘She’s Got it All’ is Fantastically 90s

The music video for She’s got it All is truly delightful. It was the first time Chesney worked with director Martin Kahan. In the video, a young Chesney starts off singing his song as a figure on a hot sauce label.

The comments sing nostalgic praises for Kenny Chesney as well as 90s country in general.

“This music will stick with me for the rest of my life,” a commenter said

“Young Kenny,” someone said, “Wow, time doesn’t stop a bit, doesn’t it! Over 20 years ago already… I really love this song so much.”

“There we go! Enough sad songs tonight! That’s a fun song!” Another man said. It would be hard to disagree with that. This is definitely a kind of song you could easily dance in your kitchen to or turn on when you want to think about that certain someone in your life.

If you want a bit of nostalgia, or just need a good pick me up tune, She’s Got it All is definitely worth a listen.

The Star Has an Incredibly Successful Career

Kenny Chesney has released an impressive 20 albums with 40 top ten singles in the Billboard Hot Country Songs list. He’s also made it to the Billboard Hot 100 multiple times, which is often difficult for country artists to manage. He received four consecutive Entertainer of the Year awards from the ACMA awards.

He’s also the 13th best-selling country artist of all time, coming ahead of household names such as Toby Keith, Vince Gill, and even Johnny Cash.

His first album, In My Wildest Dreams, came out in 1994. His first major album, All I Need to Know, released in 1995. He’s since released music almost yearly.

Kenny Chesney Recently Released New Music

Chesney’s most recent album, Here and Now, was a huge hit. But Chesney didn’t stop there; he recently released Here and Now: Deluxe with four additional songs. The melancholic yet optimistic songs make a strong addition to the album.