Ellen: Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw “Feel Like a Rock Star” MP3
When the biggest names in country music come together on one stage, you know fans are going to be overwhelmed with excitement. That’s what Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw are counting on, and they gave everyone a taste of what’s coming this summer when they performed their new duet for the audience on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
They performed their new song, called “Feel Like a Rock Star.” Download an MP3 of “Feel Like a Rock Star.”
Ellen: Kenny Chesney Welcome to the Fishbowl Pre-Order
I recently overheard an insightful question. Why do we still talk about everyone wanting to be rock stars, when the reality is that country and hip hop are the most popular music genres of the last decade? I guess cliches are slow to adapt to changing times, but it seems especially bizarre that country superstars would aspire to rock. They’ve already won the game.
Whatever the answer, you can also find “Feel Like a Rock Star” on Kenny Chesney’s forthcoming 2012 album, Welcome to the Fishbowl. It’s been almost two years since Kenny’s last album, and fans are eagerly awaiting the new songs.
If you can’t stand the wait, you can Pre-Order Kenny Chesney’s Welcome to the Fishbowl, which is slated for release in June 2012.
Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw: Brothers of the Sun 2012 Tour
Did you know that you’ll also have a chance to see these guys perform their duet live in person? Country music fans are rejoicing about the upcoming summer 2012 tour, Brothers of the Sun, with co-headliners Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw.
There are 19 dates currently scheduled for this US tour, which kicks off in June and runs through August. It’s timed to coincide with the release of Welcome to the Fishbowl.
Fans will want to get their tickets fast, because they could sell out. You can get full details and find out how to buy tickets by visiting Kenny Chesney’s website at kennychesney.com.
Opening acts for this tour include Jake Owen and the band Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, so there will be plenty of summer music for everybody at these shows.