Posted on 23.02.2021

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Kenny Chesney has always sought to take country music to places it wasn’t going. Whether the stadium-sized East Tennessean songwriter was rocking the triple-rhythmed, double chorused celebration “American Kids,” the Calypso-undertowed fun “When the Sun Goes Down,” the rafter-rattling rejection of “Noise” or the small town Friday night football games “Boys of Fall,” he wanted to capture a piece of life that makes the listener feel more alive.

With that in mind, he reaches into the grace and gratitude of loss for “Knowing You.” The classic country waltz embraces someone who’s gone – a lover, soulmate, friend or relative – from a place of how good it was, how much was learned and how alive what was shared makes you feel.

“We all have those people in our lives,” Chesney reckons, “who set you on fire with possibilities, make everything mean more in the moment and forever after that. It’s so technicolor and alive, you may not even realize when you’re in it. But when it’s done, you have to smile because you’re so much more for knowing them, so much more because of every second you shared.

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