Kenny Chesney is 'terrified' of 'failure' after 30 years in country music. 

Never will Kenny Chesney be too comfy.  

The renowned country music artist said to the host of the most recent episode of the podcast "Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist" that, despite a little increased pressure, his life still feels a lot like it was thirty years ago before he became famous.  

"I’m terrified of being complacent, you know, and failure," he said. 

"We always get into a stadium market on a Friday, and on a Friday after sound check, I’ll go to the very top and sit just by myself."  

The singer of "She's Got It All" is getting ready for his Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour, which makes its premiere on April 20 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.  

Kenny went on, "I want to express my gratitude for what has occurred." "And just reflect on all the years that it took to get to this spot."  

"But also it’s a way for me to emotionally and mentally measure how far it is to down here ‘cause I know what it looks like from the stage to up there. 

But if I’m going to get close to connecting with these people I got to have their perspective."  

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