Kenny Chesney is rocking this week's “GMA” Summer Concert Series.
The country star’s new album, "Some Town Somewhere," was due to drop the day of his "GMA" appearance, but the country star postponed the release to include a duet he recorded with Pink.
Chesney is now revealing that even the title of the album has a new name.
“I’m very proud of it,” he said. “We even changed the album title. People have already asked me what it feels like and it feels like a cosmic hallelujah. That’s the word that came out, so that’s actually going to be the title of the new album.
"I’m doing a collaboration with Pink, who is incredible, who’s one of my favorite singers, and she sounds great,” Chesney added.
In March, Chesney released, "Noise," the first single off the upcoming album, which he performed this morning. Chesney is taking a detour from his “Spread the Love” tour to headline in Central Park.
Chesney’s new album, "Cosmic Hallelujah," comes out Oct. 28.