Kenny Chesney took it to the beach in this '90s feel-good music video Youtube screenshot/KennyChesneyVEVO
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Kenny Chesney is known for his talent, his stardom and his way of continuing to create music that resonates with generations of country music fans. But back in the ’90s, he was just a beginner when it came to doing music videos.

Nevertheless, Kenny’s carefree spirit was able to shine through on the video for his chart-topping song “How Forever Feels,” which had Kenny not only sharing some kisses with his leading lady, but also showed him showing off his best Jimmy Buffett and Richard Petty impressions.

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And one thing is for sure – he sure looked like he was having fun.

“I may make my albums ‘in a moment’,” Kenny said in a recent press release, “but I try to create music that’s timeless – or beyond time. To me, the best records get deeper the more you listen to them… and I work very hard at writing and finding songs that feel good in the now, but stay with you for the long run.”

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Since “How Forever Feels” came out in 1999, Kenny has bombarded fans with hit after hit, including recent winners such as “American Kids,” “Wild Child,” “Til It’s Gone” and the three-week chart-topper “Save It for a Rainy Day.”

“People talk about the changing music business,” Kenny added. “And I understand how people consume music shifts. That’s why knowing people are still going out and buying these records, still keeping that piece of my life, and their life, with them… that means the world to me. The albums I’ve gone back to again and again mean so much to me, and the idea these CDs have that impact on the No Shoes Nation is the reason I make records.”

Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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