ESPN have announced that country legend Kenny Chesney is producing a documentary on Condredge Holloway for their Year Of The Quarterback series. The “Somewhere With You” singer reportedly idolized the player in college, and the special show will air on February 20th.
Last.fm Trends sees how latest record Hemingway’s Whiskey is getting on.
Chesney’s new efforts have been doing well among Last.fm listeners, although the numbers are still modest compared to his other hits. The top five tracks to date are below.
Many of the album’s songs bubble around the same mark as “Live A Little,” “Coastal” and “Seven Days,” with 2-3,000 scrobbles in the last few months.
Current single “Somewhere With You” has climbed up to the second spot, boosted by terrestrial airplay and, of course, perfect lines for the wintry weather.
But up top it’s “The Boys Of Fall,” appropriate considering the documentary about football he recently made that shared the title.
Of course, none are a patch on the likes of “The Good Stuff”. In the last seven days that song alone has seen 2,561 listeners giving it a spin, pushing it to the top of his weekly charts and adding to the 208,973 plays it’s seen since listeners began scrobbling.
Fans of Chesney and Condredge Holloway should keep an eye for the show on February 20th, meanwhile read more news about the music you love at Last.fm Trends.