See Kenny Chesney Dance With Miranda, Jam With Jake

See Kenny Chesney Dance With Miranda, Jam With Jake


See Kenny Chesney Dance With Miranda, Jam With Jake news

With the release of his 16th studio album, Some Town Somewhere, looming just a few weeks away, Kenny Chesney continues to crisscross the country on his 25-date Spread the Love Tour. The trek touched down at Dallas/Forth Worth’s AT&T Stadium this past Saturday, bringing with it a handful of duets, dances moves and surprise appearances.

Brad Tursi and Matthew Ramsey, members of opening act Old Dominion, returned to the stage during Chesney’s headlining set for an all-hands-on-deck version of “Save it for a Rainy Day.” Miranda Lambert, made a return appearance, too, duetting with Chesney on the George Strait classic “The Fireman.” The two tourmates swapped harmonies and even two-stepped across the stage during the song’s musical break, with Chesney’s acoustic guitar dangling by his side.

As Chesney’s 18-song setlist wound its way to a close, Jake Owen walked onstage for a beefed-up version of the headliner’s 1999 hit, “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy,” largely delivered from a catwalk that jutted into the sold-out audience. [Watch below.] Dallas may be a landlocked city, but Owen kept things appropriately beach-friendly, leaving his shoes in the wings and performing the song barefoot.

The Spread the Love Tour heads to Canada this week, stopping by the Molson Canadian Amphitheater on Thursday. See a full list of Chesney’s tour dates here.