Ahead of his upcoming “Trip Around The Sun Tour,” famous Country Music Singer Kenny Chesney has recently released a new song called “Get Along. The song is also believed to be on Chesney’s next album.

“Get along… find the common ground… know the basic stuff is where the joy, the love, the happiness is. #GetAlong,” Chesney’s team posted on the Twitter account for the acclaimed Country Singer.

After starting out at The Joint in Las Vegas on March 16, 2018, and March 17, 2018 Chesney’s “Trip Around The Sun Tour” continues this Saturday, April 21, 2018 in Raymond James Stadium in Tampa with several other locations in between like Denver, Atlanta and St.

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Louis throughout the Spring and Summer before finishing up with two shows in Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on Aug. 24, 2018, and Aug 25, 2018.

Tour announcement

Chesney first announced the tour in October 2017 through a video on his website kennychesney.com.

“To say I miss the stage would be an understatement, but not just the stage. I miss the energy, the passion, the spirit of “No Shoe Nation...” he said in the video, among other great words. It is in the video message to his beloved fans that Chesney dubs the “No Shoes Nation.”

In addition to Chesney's message in the video previewing Chesney's latest tour and his first since 2016, the visual digital media also shows members of "No Shoes Nation," show attendees and fans of Chesney having a good time at the singer's shows, and vibing to his tunes,

'No Shoes'

While there may not be a direct connection to the name and the song, Chesney has a song that has two of the same words in the name of the fan group, in the melody, “No Shoes No Shirt No Problem.” He released the track in 2002.

Chesney’s career

It is one of Chesney’s other popular songs like the 2010 football-inspired song “The Boys of Fall,” and the 2005 feel good track called “Summertime.”

No Shoes Radio

Chesney also has a radio station called “No Shoes Radio." It is not just any radio station as the previously independent digital media format was recently picked up by satellite radio provider Sirius XM.

"We’ve spent eight years building No Shoes Radio. It’s always been a place where I could share songs I love, musicians I find, things on my computer nobody’s ever heard – and blur the lines between my records and everything from reggae to rock to bluegrass…,” Chesney [VIDEO] said in the section of his website about the "No Shoes Radio," and Sirius XM Satellite Radio partnership.