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After the last stop of his sold-out summer tour in 2009, Kenny says he planned to take time off and recharge, but instead, he started production on his documentary. "Not only am I in this film," he says, "I made it."
Kenny and his crew pieced together footage from six concerts, including stops in Boston, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Seattle. All along, Kenny says he did it for the fans who've stuck with him since his debut album hit stores in 1991.
"[My fans and I] have such a unique relationship. I feel like it's a very unique love an affair that I've had with them for a long time," he says. "There's a large group of people ... [who] grew up with me and have dreamed this dream with me."
Some nights when Kenny is onstage, he says he wishes every person in the crowd could see what he sees and feel what he feels. "That would be the most incredible thing," he says. "And that's why I did this."