Kenny Chesney has covered a lot of ground - and he believes he's got a lot more ground to go. The triple and reigning Academy of Country Music and two time and current Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year sold more tickets in North America than anyone last year, played football stadiums and sang the songs that capture the way the people of the fly-over live their lives, dream their dreams and feel the moments that define them. Just Who I Am: Poets & Pirates is in many ways Chesney's most intimate album to date. Still marked by the high jinks and good-time revelry he's known for the tropical feeling morning-after introduction of "Got a Little Crazy," the shimmering, wide-open embrace of being young and free of "Just Not Today" - but the musical synthesis and emotional openness could've only come from a life lived in, around, making and loving music. Certainly one need only listen to the halting apology of a man who knows he's built to fade, "Better as a Memory," to hear both the nakedness of knowing one's limit and recognizing sometimes the kindest thing to do is not get carried away in the emotion or the moment. "The more people I get to see in front of me - whether it's at a football stadium or a funky little bar like the Hog's Breath in Key West - the more I realize how much we all have in common. There are a lot of people punching a clock or having too much on their plate, a buncha people on their first date, with that nervousness and excitement that they're really there...we all want the same things, all hope for the same stuff and I feel like pretty much worry about the same stuff, too.