Kenny Chesney gave fans in Philadelphia a one-of-a-kind show over the weekend as he powered through an injury while not missing a beat on stage.
LISTEN NOW: Kenny Chesney joins Katie Neal to talk about his 2022 Here And Now Tour
During the 54-year-old’s set at Lincoln Financial Field for the 18th show of his Here And Now Tour, Chesney sustained an injury to his hand that had it gushing blood. While it’s unclear what exactly happened to cause the injury, Chesney clearly wasn’t worried about it as he kept the show going.
Like the pro he is, Chesney continued singing through the drama as a medical team member rushed on stage to bandage him up. Fans flooded social media with praise for Kenny and his dedication following the show.
“I don’t get nervous anymore about something happening on stage because pretty much everything has happened and I know that there are things that are going to happen,” Kenny told Audacy’s Katie Neal ahead of embarking on his Here And Now Tour.
He continued, “I’m gonna forget the words, or I’m gonna fall or somebody’s gonna do something…. But I do get anxious to get up there and connect.”
Sounds like Kenny’s cool, calm and collected mindset going into the tour paid off and “bloody hand” is just another thing he can add to the list of things that have happened on stage.
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Remaining 2022 Tour Dates
Jun 25, 2022 Chicago, Il Soldier Field
Jul 2, 2022 Kansas City, Mo Geha Field At Arrowhead
Jul 9, 2022 Bozeman, Mt Bobcat Stadium
Jul 12, 2022 Stateline, Nv Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena At Harveys
Jul 13, 2022 Stateline, Nv Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena At Harveys
Jul 16, 2022 Seattle, Wa Century Link Field
Jul 23, 2022 Inglewood, Ca Sofi Stadium
Jul 30, 2022 Denver, Co Empower Field At Mile High
Aug 6, 2022 Minneapolis, Mn Us Bank Stadium
Aug 10, 2022 Columbia, Md Merriweather Post Pavilion
Aug 13, 2022 East Rutherford, Nj Metlife Stadium
Aug 18, 2022 Columbus, Oh Historic Crew Stadium