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Mar 17, 2001Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning marries Ashley Thompson. Kenny Chesney sings "Me And You" during the ceremonyMay 14, 2001Tim McGraw and Faith Hill both appear in court in Orchard Park, New York, during jury selection in the trial of McGraw and Kenny Chesney for a backstage disturbance the previous June during the George Strait stadium tourMay 17, 2001The judge in the trial of Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney has an apparent heart attack just before taking the bench in Orchard Park, New York, while Faith Hill watches from the front row. The trial is placed on holdMay 21, 2001As Tim McGraw's trial on June assault charges resumes with a new judge in Orchard Park, New York, McGraw is served with a personal injury suit from Sgt. Mark Rokitka. Kenny Chesney is also named in the new suitMay 22, 2001Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney take the stand in their Orchard Park, New York, trial over a June horse incident. McGraw contradicts police testimony, saying the police assaulted him. McGraw says he was hit twice with a nightstickMay 23, 2001Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney are cleared in Orchard Park, New York, of charges connected to their horse play in June. Faith Hill sheds a tear, while McGraw's lawyer says the title to the album "Set This Circus Down" is oddly fitting for the caseJun 9, 2001Kenny Chesney makes a surprise appearance on the Grand Ole Opry, where he delivers his first live performance of "A Lot Of Things Different," written by Opry member Bill AndersonJun 9, 2001Kenny Chesney's "Don't Happen Twice" goes to #1 on the Billboard country chartJul 26, 2001Kid Rock is a surprise guest, joining Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney and opener Mark Collie on stage for the finale, "Just Good Ol' Boys," during a show at Detroit's DTE Energy Music TheatreAug 5, 2001Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney play the Mars Music Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida. Watching from the lawn: future country star Jake Owen
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