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Brothers of the Sun Tour featuring Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw, Grace Potter

Friday, Aug 24, 2012 4:30p
Gillette Stadium Foxboro, MA

Brothers of the Sun Tour featuring Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw, Grace Potter at Gillette Stadium.

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Performers at this Event
Tim McGraw
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Hailed as the prime successor to Garth Brooks in the new millennium &#8212 both for his rousing, Southern-fried honky tonk tunes and his laid-back countrypolitan ballads &#8212 country and western performer Tim McGraw shot to fame on the basis of his sophomore recording, the 1994 Curb release Not a Moment Too Soon, which sold over five million copies and heralded the arrival of a major new superstar....
Kenny Chesney
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Grew up in Luttrell, TN, birthplace of country legend Chet Atkins. Became serious about a music career during his college years, after receiving a guitar as a gift and joining the university's bluegrass band....
Location & Nearby Info
Gillette Stadium
One Patriot Place
Foxboro, MA 02035
(508) 543-1776
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Nov 21, 2007 - rde on Kenny Chesney
Good ol' Country Boy!

Being from the south, I enjoy music which speaks to the heart. Every song which Kenny Chesney sings does just that. He just has that down-home attitude which makes his music very believable. "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problems" is one of my favorites! Only Kenny could sing a song about a "tractor" being sexy!