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Everythings Gonna Be Alright David Lee Murphy Kenny Chesney MP3

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Title:David Lee Murphy & Kenny Chesney - Everything's Gonna Be Alright (Audio)

Duration: 3:50

Quality:320 Kbps

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Kenny Chesney discography

American singer and songwriter Kenny Chesney has released seventeen studio albums including a Christmas album, two live albums, two greatest hits albums and sixty-four singles, counting "The Tin Man" which was released twice. Ten of his albums consecutively reached number 1 on Top Country Albums chart. Of his sixteen studio albums, fourteen have been certified gold or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). His highest-certified are No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems (2002), When the Sun Goes Down (2004), and his first Greatest Hits compilation, each certified 4× Platinum for shipping four million copies in the US. Excluding his 1994 debut In My Wildest Dreams on Capricorn Records, all of his albums have been issued by BNA Records. Of Chesney's sixty-three singles, all but four have charted in the top 40 on Billboard Hot Country Songs. Twenty-eight have reached number one on this same chart, with the first being "She's Got It All" from 1997. "The Good Stuff" (2002) and "There Goes My Life" (2003–04) are his longest-lasting number ones at seven weeks each. The former was also the number one Hot Country Song of 2002 according to the Billboard Year-End charts. All but two of his singles from the mid-1998 "That's Why I'm Here" onwards have charted on the Billboard Hot 100 as well. "Out Last Night" (2009) is his highest peak on this chart at #16. Chesney also charted in the top 10 in mid-2004 as a guest artist on the collaboration "Hey, Good Lookin'". He has also reached the lower regions of the Hot Country Songs with multiple album cuts, including two charity singles in 1998 and seven cuts from his Christmas album All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan (including the number 30 title track).

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