Since arriving on the Country Music scene in 1990 with his chart-topping ballad “Too Cold At Home,” the singer has earned a soft spot in the hearts of traditional-minded Country Music fans around the world. Hits such as “Gonna Get A Life,” “Brother Jukebox,” and “She Was” all reflect the influences that the singer grew up with which include George Jones, and Waylon Jennings. Chesnutt has actually recorded duet with both iconic figures, as well as artists such as Grammy winner Lee Ann Womack.
Along the way, the singer has released fourteen studio albums. Four of his discs have been certified Platinum – signifying sales over one million copies each. In addition, he also has received one Gold album (500,000 in sales) from the RIAA.
Well into his third decade of entertaining Country fans, Chesnutt is excited to still be bringing his style of music to audiences and listeners around the nation.
“I’m at the point where I don’t have to chase the format or the latest trends. I’m way beyond that. I’ve been here so long, and really, nobody wants to hear me do nothing but what I’ve been doing all along,” says Chesnutt.
The singer remains one of the busiest performers in the format, with dates booked on his itinerary through the fall.