Kenny Chesney Tells Hilarious Story of Pulling Up Next to Fan Blasting ‘Happy Does’ in Car

by Thad Mitchell
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As one of the most beloved country music entertainers of all time, singer Kenny Chesney has fans all over the globe.

The Knoxville, Tennessee native hit the big time country scene nearly three decades ago. In his long career, Chesney has produced numerous hit songs and albums on his way to becoming a household name. He has recorded more than 20 albums and has put out 40 top 10 singles, including 31 songs that have earned the top spot on country play charts.

Now 52-years-old, the singer, songwriter and record producer has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. Those numbers make him one of the most successful and best-selling artists of all time.

Kenny Chesney Hears Familiar Tune while Cruising

With fans all over the world, Chesney is bound to bump into some of them from time to time. In a recent interview with Taste of Country Nights, Chesney says one such altercation took place rather recently.

The singer says he was out cruising when he pulled beside a vehicle blaring his hit song “Happy Does.” He says it’s one of a couple of times he’s heard his own music coming from another vehicle.

“It’s only happened twice in my life,” he says in the interview with the country music site. “I was at a stoplight, and the person next to me had their window down, blaring ‘Happy Does.’ They had no idea I was next to them.”

The “Boys of Fall” singer said the random run-in took place near his home in lovely southern California. While riding with his windows down, Kenny Chesney heard the familiar tune coming from the car in the next lane.

“I had my windows down anyway,” he says. “But they had no idea it was me. That was just a couple of days ago, so that’s one of the cooler places I’ve heard it. Just at a light on the Pacific Coast Highway.”

The Song “Happy Does” was put out by Kenny Chesney last summer in July 2020. It is the third song from his latest alum “Here and Now.” The song reached all the way to the number two spot on the Country Airplay chart.



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