The singer-songwriter — whose latest album with the Nocturnals, the fantastically eclectic , was released in June — is not only playing for some of her biggest audiences yet but is also gaining a whole new fan base.For that, she thanks her “You and Tequila” duet partner, Kenny Chesney. I mean, I'm kind of a fan of tattoos, but I'm scared of the lifetime commitment. Glamour: At what point did you get the country bug? Garth Brooks and George Strait, and then you had Kenny Chesney come along and Tim Mc Graw—I remember those guys really being a big part of my growing up. Now he has to put up with that the rest of his life.“We love performing together, and he is one of my dearest friends. That’s the question nobody thinks to ask: is he as good of a guy as he seems to be? “He really took a risk inviting us on this tour, if you think about what we do musically.‘You and Tequila’ makes sense — me being on stage singing with him.and became the genre's next-generation Jimmy Buffett.
That confident attitude has clearly served him well. Glamour: Someone threw a beer can at you at a concert last year and you had to get stitches, right? " So it fit, but I didn't realize it at the time. Glamour: Your grandparents just celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.Glamour: So if I said, "You want to grab a burger? Dustin: They are high-school sweethearts, so that's cool.My first single, "Cowboys & Angels," was written about their kind of story.Kenny, who was born Kenneth Arnold Chesney on March 26, 1968, in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, had been passionate about music since he was just a kid.Nevertheless, his desire for music was started after he got his first guitar as a Christmas present when he was 19.