Transcript for Kenny Chesney Teams Up With Apple Music in New Ad
just moments away. First a very special one-on-one with another country star. Can't wait for her visit but in the meantime, country singer Kenny Chesney is a great friend of "Gma." Headlined our summer concert series and taken us behind the scenes on the road and this morning he's telling ABC's Rebecca Jarvis about his latest collaboration. Let's go. ? Because you only get -- The more music we have in our life the better everything is. ? Reality ? Reporter: To country music superstar Kenny Chesney his fans are everything. So is music. I have so much music on my computer I could hit shuffle and it wouldn't repeat a song for three weeks. Music, it's the last real thing we got. Reporter: Joining pharrell, drake and Taylor swift and their apple music bandwagon. In the recent ad we get a behind-the-scenes look at his preparing for a Massachusetts concert. ? Drink it up ? The fact that I can take my fans by the hand and drag them along with me is pretty exciting. Reporter: To apple he'd be bringing along his die-hard fans, the no shoes nation. But did you know Kenny has a marketing degree? I got a degree in business and here I am writing songs to are a living and trying to be a rock star. Which I love. Reporter: I think you're succeeding. It's a little more than just trying. How does apple music fit into the whole business of Kenny Chesney? Because I love music and my fans love music and we can share that together like we have is beautiful. ? I want to drink it up ? Kenny Chesney is an institution. Reporter: Head of content Larry Jackson picked up the phone and called Kenny. I'm just happy that he liked the idea and he trusted in us. I remember what inspired me. Like the first time I heard Willie. So unique and special to him. He's incredible, I love him. But somewhere along the way we all forgot how much music can really party. Reporter: Huge win for apple. Major. Reporter: Huge win for ken in I. I don't want to be the one to say that but we're happy to work with him. He's amazing. The more accessible music can be in everyone's life it makes their life better. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Rebecca Jarvis, ABC news, Los Angeles. If you've ever seen him perform he is incredible. There's a reason why he's so successful. What he's doing now. Kenny Chesney's new "Spread the love" tour kicks off in April.
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