Kenny Chesney is just one of the thousands in Nashville who has been displaced and is sifting through what remains of waterlogged memories after the savage flood waters ripped through his 40 acre property.
Holly Gleason, Chesney’s publicist, says that it is likely his house will be condemned after the water rose past the first floor of his waterfront home.
Chesney lost all of his sports memorabilia, including items from high school and professional sports items, including pictures with friends who are athletes. His gym was also ruined in the flooding.
Chesney was working on a project in another state over the weekend when the flooding happened.
Last night on twitter, Chesney wrote, “Sending Anderson Cooper footage of my house under water for tonight. TN is a mess. You need to see it. 10p ET CNN.” Along with that message, he also posted a picture of him standing knee-deep in water on his dock, having already thrown a guitar and other possessions into a waiting motor boat. While speaking with Anderson Cooper, Chesney said he lost a lot, but it can be replaced, so many others lost so much that cannot be replace. Chesney pleaded for those who can to help Nashville because they need “the essentials down here”.