Kenny Chesney On His Only Possession That Survived Hurricane Irma

Kenny Chesney’s new album “Songs for the Saints” was inspired in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, which devastated the U.S. Virgin Islands, where he owns a home and a bar. Many of Kenny’s possessions were destroyed in the hurricane, although he tells “Good Morning America” one thing that survived was actually a gift from a fan.

The item was a black shotski, a ski-shaped piece of wood with shot glasses and the words "No Shoes Nation." Kenny got the item in a trade with a fan who he saw using it while tailgating before a 2016 show, and a picture of it was featured on the cover of his live record.

"It was one of a few things that made it through Hurricane Irma, believe it or not, and I just felt like it described the bond, how strong our bond was -- between me and the audience," Kenny shares." "I decided when it made it through that I was going to bring that shotski back and give it back to the person that gave it to me and that's what we did."

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