Kenny Chesney: ‘All The Pretty Girls’ Single Review

Kenny Chesney is the king of summer. Album-after-album, fans can rely on Chesney’s signature summertime vibe to carry them through the dark days of winter and to lift them up during the effulgent warmer months. He is a staple of every backyard bash, tailgate party, or low-key day in your favorite spot.

New England, especially, associates summertime with Kenny Chesney, as he closes out his tour every year with us. It’s only fitting since we are the birthplace of No Shoes Nation! This year, New Englanders get to have Kenny all to themselves in his only stadium show of the summer!

In typical fashion, every year, Kenny releases a new single, or two, leading up to summertime and his return to the touring scene. This year so far, we have been blessed with ‘Bar At the End of the World,’ ‘Rich And Miserable’ which is being played on Sirius Satellite Radio’s The Highway, and now his recent single ‘All The Pretty Girls.’

‘All The Pretty Girls’ has the feel of an old school Kenny song that displays his classic rocker side. With strong guitar riffs and lyrics that captivate the moment, this song is sure to bring the house down when he plays in Foxborough. The single is written by Nicolle Gaylon, Tommy Lee James and Josh Osborne with lyrics that are a depiction of the typical teenager and celebrates the predictable bad habits these girls have. The “lost boys” listen to what ‘all the pretty girls’ say. However, everybody warns the boys to be careful of the pretty girls because they are ‘the ‘devil’s playground.’ But the boys are blinded by them and will do anything they ask them. The energy of this latest single is high and is exactly what No Shoes Nation fans want.

‘All The Pretty Girls’ is classic Kenny and can be related to former singles like ‘Out Last Night,’ ‘Young,’ and ‘American Kids.’ The single serves as a reference to juvenility – being young and care free, and most certainly chasing girls. With being a current theme in Kenny’s songs, we can’t help but wonder  if he is talking about things he’s done in his youth. Take a listen to this great new hit from the legend himself and be prepared for it to leave you wanting more of it!

Favorite lyrics: All of the whiskey went to my head. ‘Shut up and kiss me’ all the pretty girls said…