Chris Stapleton’s rendition of the Kenny Chesney hit “Never Wanted Nothing More” is too damn good

back earlier Chris Stapleton became a household name in 2015 (it should have happened much earlier, but that’s a story for another time), he wrote hits, lots of them.

One of them was Kenny Chesney’s Never Wanted Nothing More, which he co-wrote with Ronnie Bowman.

Released as the lead single from Chesney’s 2007 Just Who I Am: Poets & Pirates album, it is one of the most recognizable tracks in Chesney’s repertoire. It is also the fastest charting song of his career, reaching #1 on the Billboard Country chart in just 8 weeks.

One of my all-time favorite Kenny songs to this day, but back in 2012, Stapleton performed an acoustic version of the song, raising the question of which version is the best.

Even reduced to an acoustic guitar, Chris’ voice really brings something special to the song. This song is an instant mood booster and will forever be a great center for your bad day. Bring a little pizzazz to this step…

And for Chris, the song put more than a little zing in his step and some money in his pocket… it bought him a house:

“This is a song I wrote with a good friend named Ronnie Bowman, it’s actually the first song we ever wrote.

We sat down and said, “Hey, why don’t we write a song that’s like a hit?” And guess what, we did it.

And then this happened… bought me a house, thanks Kenny Chesney.”

Grab a beer and enjoy.

And of course Kenny Chesney’s studio version: Chris Stapleton’s rendition of the Kenny Chesney hit “Never Wanted Nothing More” is too damn good

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