Chesney goes to video with "Everyone She Knows"
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Chesney goes to video with "Everyone She Knows"

Friday, March 11, 2022 – Kenny Chesney is out with a video for "Everyone She Knows."

The song is the current single – the fifth – off his 2020 release "Here And Now."

Working with longtime creative collaborator Shaun Silva of Tacklebox Films, the pair crafted a mini-movie that follows a single woman through redwood forests, along coastal highways, through the Grand Canyon, mountain expanses and across the desert as she chases beauty and possibly her own heart.

"I have been surrounded by strong women who lead these lives on their own terms my whole life," Chesney said. "Nothing is more powerful or interesting than a woman who has a sense of her destiny and is willing to go chase it. It's not always conventional, but that's what makes their passion so much stronger. Whether it's my island friends, musicians like Grace Potter, several women on my team; they have a way of embracing life that's unlike anyone else, and I think that's awesome."

Written by Shane McAnally, Ross Copperman and Josh Osborne, "Everyone She Knows" looks at a young woman old enough to recognize the fairy princess promises don't mean settling, but instead making your own way.

"When Shaun and I started talking about who this woman should be," Chesney said, "we wanted to show her on the road, in the world, against a backdrop of the path not taken. Whether it's the woman FaceTiming friends, sitting on top of her van or by the fire, you get that sense of not just how big the world is, but how great her spirit is. To me, those free spirits should be empowered to chase their dreams and show us what the rest of us miss."

Chesney kicks off his Here And Now 2022 Tour on April 23 at Tampa, Fla.'s Raymond James Stadium.


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