Kenny Chesney Albums Ranked

Kenneth Arnold Chesney (born March 26, 1968) is an American country music singer, songwriter, and record producer. He has recorded more than 20 albums. He has also produced more than 40 Top 10 singles on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts, 31 of which have reached number one. Many of these have also charted within the Top 40 of the US Billboard Hot 100, making him one of the most successful crossover country artists. He has sold over 30 million albums worldwide. Here are all Kenny Chesney albums ranked.

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10. Be As You Are (Songs From An Old Blue Chair) (2005)

“His music reminds me some of another artist that sings about boats, oceans and drinking, Jimmy Buffett. They deliver their music in a different way, but both tell stories of life living on boats or by the ocean, and having the past time of drinking. With a past job I had I spent a lot of time in Florida, so I came to love the water and watching boats, so I have a love for both.”

9. Just Who I Am: Poets And Pirates (2007)

“Kenny Chesney does a good job of singing about the things that we think about – or about the places that we want to be. This album is no exception. We frequently listen to this while floating around the nearby lake on our boat. I categorize his music as “summer, country, island” … it’s country music that you would want to listen to if you were sitting on a warm beach on an island … or if you want to imagine yourself there.”

8. Hemingway’s Whiskey (2010)

“Kenny Chesney just has a smooth voice and clear vocals that are pleasant and smooth. This is an album I could listen to again and again and never tire of it. It is a fantastic album.”

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7. I Will Stand (1997)

“This album contains some of his biggest hits. She’s Got It All, the first single, shot to #1 which is no surprise, its a great fun summer time song. On You Win, I Win, We Lose its a nice ballad about a couple agreeing to compromise and not to fight over whos right. She Gets That Way is a nice track as well. I Will Stand is a beautiful ballad, which deserved to be a single. That’s Why Im Here is the emotional ballad that was released and succeeded on country radio, about a man with a drinking problem. Steamy Windows is a cover of the Tina Turner classic.”

6. Cosmic Hallelujah (2016)

“This is a great album by Kenny Chesney. My favorite song is the duet by Pink entitled “Setting The World On Fire”. Their voices sounds so good together. This song makes me feel like I can do anything. The other highlight is the song “I Want To Know What Love Is”. I never thought that a song I liked as a teenager back in the eighties would be a country song in 2016. I really like the acoustic guitar playing. “Rich and Miserable” and “Noise” are two songs with lyrics that resonate with me. These songs remind me to not aim for material things to bring me happiness. I should strive for simplicity in life and be happy for the blessings I have.”

5. Everywhere We Go (1999)

“Everywhere We Go is perhaps Kenny Chesney’s most complete work to date, in my opinion its his best cd yet. Each of the 11 songs are hits in their own right. What I Need To Do is a great ballad which didnt do too well on the charts, but its a great song you will love. How Forever Feels is that fun summer time song that you know and love. You Had Me From Hello was the big hit of this album, one of his best ballads to date. Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me is a lovers plea, a very beautiful song once again showcasing his romantic side (like on You Had Me From Hello and many of his songs.”

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4. The Road And The Radio (2005)

“I love anything that Kenny Chesney does and this was no exception. Great songs to sing along with and enjoy. Also thought provoking songs. I especially like “Living in Fast Forward,” since that seems to be how my life has gone recently until this song got me thinking that there’s more to life and I needed to “rewind real slow,” too. I bought copies for friends who also love nearly all the tracks.”

3. When The Sun Goes Down (2004)

“With “When the Sun Goes Down” there’s no debate. He’s hot and heavy, making the sophisticated (and not so sophisticated) TV talk shows and showing a depth that is not common with a lot of modern musical superstars.”

2. No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems (2002)

“No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems is a great album. Along with the title song this album includes Kenny’s hits The Good Stuff and Young. The bonus track, I Can’t Go There is my favorite song on the album. I never listen to that song just once. I always rewind it and listen to it again and again. This album is a must for true Kenny fans.”

1. Songs For The Saints (2018)

““Songs for the Saints”–gives us more of Mr. Chesney, but clearly in this one, he’s exercising his “droit du seigneur ” to flavor all the selections (11) with more than just a soupçon of Caribbean flavor—there are echoes of Jamaica (“Love for Love City” with Ziggy Marley) clearly floating in that ethereal world he’s created with this cd, departing from his hard rocking/country celebrating strong beat of his earlier albums.”