Written By Dave Loggins. [Bridge] “We’ve had some great stories,” says Gleason.

She never really knew how good it would feel He reached out to Boston Medical Center to set up the “Spread the Love” Fund — named for one of his songs — to assist survivors who required limb amputations. The girl she was in New England, is different now and dead “My life really changed in 2002,” says Chesney. Many artists have favorite towns, the places that backed them early and helped catapult them to success. “I thought what can I do somehow in a small way to try to help? Gillette is where Chesney dubbed his fan base the “No Shoes Nation” — after his hit single “No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems” — and where a banner bearing that phrase hangs overhead, just like the New England Patriots’ championship and Super Bowl banners. She comes from Boston, talks to her family, now and then

[Chorus] Chesney says that the Foxborough shows being the final ones on his tours started as a simple matter of routing.

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“I want those two nights to be the last two crowds ringing in my head throughout the fall.”.

“It created this film on my stage so I couldn’t move up there, it was like I was on ice.

[Chorus] There was also one memorably foggy night. And when he sells the ‘Spread the Love’ T-shirts at his concerts, he sends us the profits, so that’s a steady stream, and 100 percent has actually gone directly to the survivors.”. Boston Kenny Chesney.

But it’s our last two nights of the year and we’re in New England, and that crowd always inspires us,” says Chesney. But he also feels a stronger personal element at play. She wears a Red Sox cap to hide her baby dreads They’ve become a lot like brothers, and we have talked to each other over the last several years, in the best of times and in the worst of times, like family does. By Sarah Rodman Globe Staff, August 21, 2015, 10:21 a.m. ... And then another one last year wrote …

From Boston [Verse 2] And then another one last year wrote me back after we sent the check, about how she was having trouble with her insurance getting a better prosthethic, and this was like a great Christmas present because she was now able to afford to buy an upgraded prosthetic.”. [Outro] “That’s unbelievable, really,” says Chesney, 47, when he hears the figure, speaking by phone from his home in Tennessee. While they're talking, she's from Boston In all the local bars, she flirts and tells the boys The girl she was in New England, is different now and dead Produced by Kenny Chesney & Buddy Cannon. Follow her on Twitter @GlobeRodman. “One of the survivors was a skier, and he wanted to create special prosthetics so he could go skiing.

. The girl she was in New England, is different now and dead When the Saturday show ends — as usual, it’s the final show of Chesney’s tour — it will be his 13th performance at the venue, more than any other artist, and he will have sold a whopping 736,149 tickets over the course of eight tours.

Others pay lip service to a “favorite” place as a way to whip up the energy, usually when they’re onstage in the middle of a show. “He started it with a personal donation, and as a result of that we’ve raised about $400,000 over the last two years,” says Kristen Gleason, director of operations in the development office at Boston Medical Center.

“I was spending a lot of time in the Virgin Islands, and the majority of friends that I made there during that time were from New England. In all the local bars, she flirts and tells the boys That education and occupation will have to wait for now

1 on the charts — from early ditties like “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy” to the recent “American Kids,” from the aptly titled “The Big Revival.” Chesney’s popularity has grown in the region, along with the genre. “It’s become so special and so wonderful that my philosophy on it was, ‘How could we go anywhere else after that weekend?’ ” he says with a laugh. Down in the harbor, where the ferries come to shore When Kenny Chesney’s “Big Revival” tour rolls into Gillette Stadium Friday and Saturday — combining forces with Jason Aldean’s “Burn It Down” outing — he’s sure to remind the sold-out crowds how meaningful the Boston area is to him, and you can be assured that the country superstar means what he says. “Obviously, I have had a great relationship with country radio there,” he says. What we built up there has been built very organically, and it’s been built over time. . Produced by Kenny Chesney & Buddy Cannon. And my relationship with the [Patriots owners] Krafts — I don’t have that relationship everywhere I go play. Her toes dig deep and deeper in the sand When the Sun Goes Down Kenny Chesney. Please Come To Boston Kenny Chesney. Reflecting on past shows at the venue, Chesney recalls the time several Patriots joined him onstage to belt out Steve Miller Band covers. She came to this island from Boston, Be As You Are: Songs From An Old Blue Chair. [Bridge] Album Be As You Are: Songs From An Old Blue Chair. The relationship that I have with the fans in New England, it’s just so special.”. I felt a certain sense of family, just as if something had happened in my hometown in East Tennessee,” says Chesney, who has met with several survivors who have used the money to procure or upgrade their prosthetics.

And then you get to the connection with the fans, and it is beautiful.”. She wears a Red Sox cap to hide her baby dreads Release Date January 25, 2005.

Sarah Rodman can be reached at srodman@globe.com. Kenny Chesney cherishes his ties to Boston.

In all the local bars, she flirts and tells the boys Country 102.5 WKLB-FM, for example, has played a long string of his hits — including 27 tunes that reached No. Release Date February 3, 2004.

“It’s hard to wrap your head around that number. Kenny Chesney performing at Gillette Stadium in 2012. But in the last few years he has intentionally scheduled them that way, as it serves as something of a family reunion for his island friends.

She's seduced by the sunsets and her new life at hand Through e-mails and post-cards, she tries to explain to them She comes from Boston, works at the jewelry store

While they're talking, she's from Boston To finally find herself in a place, so warm and real Chesney attributes the connection to several causes.