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Life On A Rock

by Kenny Chesney

Life On A Rock by Kenny Chesney

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Life On A Rock

by Kenny Chesney

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Label: Blue Chair Records, LLC / Columbia Nashville
The escapist's escapist, Kenny Chesney has always preferred the beach to the boulevard, and Life on a Rock shows no signs of change. Where "When I See This Bar" (the one with bongos) tells the story of a resort watering hole, "Marley" (the one with both bongos and steel drums) finds our man on a boat listening to reggae. "Spread the Love," meanwhile, actually is reggae, with Bob's old backing band along for the ride. But the intimate slow ones, tracks like "Where I Grew Up" and "There Goes My Life" that made past albums more than just island getaways? They must have gone out with the tide.

About This Album

The escapist's escapist, Kenny Chesney has always preferred the beach to the boulevard, and Life on a Rock shows no signs of change. Where "When I See This Bar" (the one with bongos) tells the story of a resort watering hole, "Marley" (the one with both bongos and steel drums) finds our man on a boat listening to reggae. "Spread the Love," meanwhile, actually is reggae, with Bob's old backing band along for the ride. But the intimate slow ones, tracks like "Where I Grew Up" and "There Goes My Life" that made past albums more than just island getaways? They must have gone out with the tide.

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About This Album

The escapist's escapist, Kenny Chesney has always preferred the beach to the boulevard, and Life on a Rock shows no signs of change. Where "When I See This Bar" (the one with bongos) tells the story of a resort watering hole, "Marley" (the one with both bongos and steel drums) finds our man on a boat listening to reggae. "Spread the Love," meanwhile, actually is reggae, with Bob's old backing band along for the ride. But the intimate slow ones, tracks like "Where I Grew Up" and "There Goes My Life" that made past albums more than just island getaways? They must have gone out with the tide.