Kenny Chesney Leaves Longtime Record Label for Warner Music

Kenny Chesney Leaves Longtime Record Label for Warner Music

Kenny Chesney has signed a record deal with Warner Music Nashville, leaving his longtime home of Sony Music Nashville. As part of WMN, Kenny’s music will be released on the Blue Chair Records/Warner Bros. Records label.

“It is a big deal to change labels,” said Kenny. “To me, music is only complete when it gets to the fans and becomes part of their lives. The people at Warner understand my commitment to that idea, and they’re just as committed to those ideals as I am.”

Kenny joins Blake Shelton, Brett Eldredge, Dan + Shay, Cole Swindell, Chris Janson and more at Warner Music Nashville, while Sony Music Nashville’s stable includes Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Miranda Lambert, Chris Young, Maren Morris and more.

Carrie Underwood departed Sony Music Nashville in 2017 for Universal Music Group.

photo courtesy Jill Trunnell / EB Media

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