Video: Kenny Chesney featuring Grace Potter – You and Tequila

If you haven’t seen Kenny Chesney’s new video featuring Grace Potter for “You and Tequila” here it is.

Whether it’s the tequila or the flawed relationship, addiction never looked as bittersweet as it does in the video for the fourth single from Kenny’s latest album, ‘Hemingway’s Whiskey.The Boot

Video is after the commercial. Sorry.

You and Tequila Video

I think it’s a beautiful video for a beautiful song.  It showcases classic black & white clips and tells a semi-dark story about love and addiction.

I don’t want to stir the pot, but I see real chemistry between Kenny and Grace in this video. I know that it’s just a music video that’s telling a story of two troubled lovers, but the pair really sells the part well. Too well? The clips of them splashing in the waves and playing around with each other are telling. They are both either tremendous actors or there just might be a little man women chemistry going on.

Your thoughts?


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By |2011-06-09T09:27:06+00:00June 9th, 2011|Kenny Chesney, Salt Life Sound (Music)|4 Comments

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  1. BahamasDread June 9, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    I’m guessing a little man woman chemistry, fa sho! my boy kenny is just too smooth, not to mention grace is easy on the eyes!!

  2. CaribbeanSoul June 10, 2011 at 7:20 am

    I think I read that Grace is married (whether that matters or not, I don’t know). But I agree that they seem to be very easy and comfortable with one another.
    Beautiful video…do you know where it was taken?

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    RumShopRyan June 10, 2011 at 8:58 am

    I could be wrong, but I think it was shot in California off the Pacific Coast Highway. Where exactly I’m not sure. Thanks for the comment!

  4. Virginia August 27, 2011 at 1:03 am

    I remember hearing Grace Potter play at a local bar years ago – just when she was hitting the music scene in Burlington. It was Nectar’s – the same bar where Phish was found. She was underage and couldn’t get a drink then – which wasn’t that long ago. So it’s nice to see her making it on a grander scale.Kenny dropped in to her encore of her last show here two weekends ago – I gather the crowd went wild, as you can imagine. Her other CDs are great – I love Nothing But The Water.

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