The Stars Came Out to Support Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean

47th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards - Backstage

Kenny Chesney and Jason Aldean, two of country music’s biggest touring artists, decided to combine efforts for several stadium shows across the United States. This weekend, The Big Revival Tour and The Burn It Down Tour combined for two shows at Pasadena, California’s coveted Rose Bowl.

Where there is the Rose Bowl, there are movie stars, considering the stadium’s close proximity to Los Angeles, and one particular Oscar-winning star couldn’t wait to brag to friends and fans that she was rubbing elbows with the chart-topping American kid. Reese Witherspoon pointed out in her Facebook post that she is a “Southern girl,” and, lucky for the Tennessee-born box office sensation, the South found its way to Cali.

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But, Reese, we beg one question … how was the show? If you would like to write a review to be posted on NashvilleGab for a little public exposure, we would be happy to oblige.

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. jillhammar@msn.com'
    jill

    HaHa! If she sends you a review, you win the internet for the entire year!

    1. Jen Swirsky

      It was worth suggesting! Hahaha 🙂

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