Kenneth Arnold Chesney, better known by his stage name Kenny Chesney, is an American country music singer, songwriter, and guitaristHe sold more than thirty million albums worldwide
Chesney was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, in 1968. Chesney attended high school at Gibbs. He received his first guitar, which he christened “The Terminator,” on the eve of Christmas. He began his self-education with it.
Chesney graduated with a degree in advertising from East Tennessee State University in 1990. He recorded and sold 1,000 copies of a self-released demo album at the Classic Recording Studio.
In 1996, he released the single “Me and You,” and the following year, “I Will Stand” was released. In 1999, with the release of “Everywhere We Go,” he rose to stardom.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Chesney purchased an 11,143-square-foot mansion in Franklin, Tennessee for $9.25 million in 2010. He also acquired a 56-acre property in the region. The 54-year-old musician owns numerous residences in St. John, Virgin Islands.