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A sunny Kenny Chesney
Published May 31, 2007
At a concert this month in Grand Rapids, Mich., Kenny Chesney showed why his fans are so loyal. The singer, who brings his tour to Tampa's Ford Amphitheatre on Saturday, wasted no time in establishing the party mood with his hit Beer in Mexico.
Wearing a blue tank top, snug jeans and his hallmark 10-gallon hat, Chesney hailed all things related to sunshine, blue skies and carefree times.
No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems was showcased against a backdrop of sultry scenes from the artist's island home in the Caribbean. Later, Old Blue Chair enlarged on the beach motif with dreamy sweetness.
Many of his hits are rock-infused country anthems. But he also has a softer side and took it down on a few numbers, including the tender Anything But Mine and Don't Happen Twice.
Through two hours of sun-soaked bliss, Chesney reminded fans of the joys of napping on beach towels and sipping fruity concoctions with little umbrellas.
Pat Green and Sugarland open Chesney's show, which begins at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Ford Amphitheatre, Interstate 4 at U.S. 301 N, Tampa. $39.50-$77.50. (813) 740-2446.