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  • Apr 25, 1997
    Kenny Chesney receives his first gold album, for "Me And You"
    Jul 15, 1997
    BNA releases Kenny Chesney's album "I Will Stand"
    Jul 28, 1997
    With the Tennessee Oilers gearing up for their first season in the Volunteer State, George Jones and Kenny Chesney headline a Nashville ceremony in which the NFL Players Association receives a key to the city
    Aug 30, 1997
    Kenny Chesney picks up his first #1 single in Billboard: "She's Got It All"
    Nov 3, 1997
    Vince Gill hosts his eighth annual celebrity basketball game at Nashville's Belmont University, raising $75,000 for scholarships. Among the more than 30 participants: Suzy Bogguss, Deana Carter, Mila Mason, Kenny Chesney, Steve Azar and Gary Chapman
    Mar 7, 1998
    Kenny Chesney's bus slides off a rain-drenched Interstate 59 in northern Alabama, slamming into a concrete barrier. No one is hurt, although Chesney is forced to cancel a show in Albany, Georgia
    Apr 6, 1998
    More than 25 artists file suit in Los Angeles against California businessman Jim Salmon, who appropriated the artists' names for porn websites. Among the litigants: John Michael Montgomery, Kenny Chesney, Lorrie Morgan, Martina McBride and Pam Tillis
    Apr 22, 1998
    Kenny Chesney wins Top New Male Vocalist in CBS' telecast of the 33rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards at Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre
    Jun 10, 1998
    Kenny Chesney grabs his second gold album, for "I Will Stand"
    Jun 29, 1998
    A Los Angeles judge rules more than 25 artists have the rights to their own names, which have been linked against their wishes to porn websites. Among the litigants: John Michael Montgomery, Kenny Chesney, Lorrie Morgan, Martina McBride and Pam Tillis

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