Walker Hayes New Song Inspired By Kenny Chesney [VIDEO]
Hayes described the inspiration for the song in a recent radio interview.
By sarahjones4 on December 27, 2017
Up and coming Country Singer, Walker Hayes’, debut album Boom, features a song titled “Shut Up Kenny,” that Hayes says is inspired by Kenny Chesney.
CMT describes the song similar to Taylor Swifts “Tim McGraw, or Eric Church’s “Springsteen,” in the sense that songs can spark memories.
Hayes described the inspiration for the song in a recent radio interview saying,
“So many happy memories: us in a U-Haul, us moving into our first little apartment, all great stuff. But one night Laney and I were in a fight, we were past the point of talking. We were actually being dead silent and I flippantly just turn on the radio and ‘Anything But Mine’ came on. And that song makes me happy, but I wanted to stay pissed in that moment. So I thought ‘Shut up, Kenny!’ and I changed the station, and the same song was on another station,” he said. The song was released 13 years ago, so in 2005, it was on country radio all the time.
Checkout the new song, and let us know what you think!