Kenny Chesney Wants to “Save It For a Rainy Day”

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Kenny Chesney isn’t a rainy day type of guy, but his latest single, “Save It For A Rainy Day,” isn’t exactly about rain.

“I’ve been blessed with all kinds of songs,” he says. “From something as innovative as ‘American Kids,’ as the tempo of ‘‘Til It’s Gone’ to the get-people-to-listen ballad of ‘Wild Child,’ that really celebrates how women are, my fans want to go different places and experience all the moments life has to offer. This time, I figured here’s a song that reminds everybody it’s how you see things, and I loved that about ‘Save It For A Rainy Day.’”

Following three straight No. 1s from The Big Revival, it was important to Chesney his new single represent the spirit of the No Shoes Nation, as well as feel good on a hot summer day.

Written by Andrew Dorff, Matt Ramsey and Brad Tursi, “Save It For A Rainy Day” corners on a chiming acoustic guitar, a loping beat and a vocal that’s intimate, yet resolved. With a chorus that proclaims, “The sun’s too bright, the sky’s too blue/ beer’s too cold to be thinking about you/ Gonna take this heartbreak, tuck it away/ Save it for a rainy day…,” the latest single – and brand new video – is a real attitude adjuster.

 

Chesney continues his record-breaking Big Revival Tour throughout the summer, as he watches his latest single climb up the charts.

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