Hemingway’s Whiskey, Kenny Chesney’s first album in two years finds him slinging his usual mix of country beachcomber anthems and sensitive reminiscence. We’ll ignore curiously inert first single ”The Boys of Fall,” because he’s also garnished the album with standouts: ”You and Tequila” is a wonderfully sung duet with Grace Potter, and ”Somewhere With You” has a compellingly dark vibe Chesney should try out more often. Between parties, of course. B+
Hemingway's WhiskeyHemingway's Whiskey, Kenny Chesney's first album in two years finds him slinging his usual mix of country beachcomber anthems and...Hemingway's WhiskeyCountryHemingway's Whiskey, Kenny Chesney's first album in two years finds him slinging his usual mix of country beachcomber anthems and...2010-09-22
SOMEWHERE WITH YOU Kenny Chesney
Genre: Country; Lead Performer: Kenny Chesney
Posted September 22 2010 — 12:00 AM EDT
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