But from what I’m hearing, he should be in good shape.” In June, Chesney will headline the 2016 Taste of Country Music Festival.
Praised by Anthony De Curtis as “an inheritor of the Texas songwriting tradition that includes Townes Van Zandt and Steve Earle,” Hayes Carll has garnered a reputation as one of the finest troubadours Texas has to offer.
Often performing more than 200 shows a year, Carll has co-written with the likes of Guy Clark, John Evans and Ray Wylie Hubbard.
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Here he tells the story of how he came to own this particular guitar.
According to social media, the country superstar will be revealing more details about his new music on that Thursday.
On Wednesday (March 16), Chesney posted a 10-second video to his social media accounts.
There’s no music, but there is a whole lot of static noise, along with the words “We didn’t turn it on, but we can’t turn it off.” There’s also a date: “3-24, PM CST,” and the Facebook icon.
True, the announcement could be about just about anything, but it seems likely that those words are lyrics to a new single, especially given that Chesney recently shared the news that he is working on a new album.
“There’s a moment you feel a record grab hold and take shape,” he says. You can have a killer record that won’t move people on the radio.