Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D - Review


The superstars of country music have always had an element of contradiction. Their rootsy appeal hinges on their status as symbolic ordinary figures - good ol' boys and girls who just happened to make it big. (It's almost as if they were stars despite their stardom.) But when you see the bouncy and infectious concert movie Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D, that contradiction is so ripe (and fun) that it takes on a stadium-size life of its own. Chesney has an uncanny knack for playing to 60,000 screaming fans as if he were performing in his own living room. Lithe, short (he's barely 5'6''), and casually athletic, in a cowboy hat and sleeveless T-shirt that bring out his snaky sexiness, Chesney makes an art form out of strolling down the catwalk while singing. He turns each song into a blissed-out journey homeward.


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