Kenny Chesney raising money to help Virgin Islands after Irma

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Chesney, who has a home on St. John in the Virgin Islands and is known for his island lifestyle, posted a photo of some of the hurricane's Caribbean damage. However, the singer did not seem too concerned about his personal property.

As daylight is hitting the islands, and we're really getting a sense of how bad this all is...

While the country singer wasn't in the area when the storm took place, he tells HLN's Morning Express with Robin Meade that the destruction in the Virgin Islands is "biblical in nature".

Chesney said despite their storm losses, the islanders still have heart: "They can not take away our heart and our spirit and how resilient everybody is, and that's one of the things that really drew me to the Island in the first place". And I know the No Shoes Nation is mighty.

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"I'm gonna do everything that I possibly can to try to relieve some stress from people that I've really grown to love over the years, who have meant so much to my life", he said. I want to enlist my friends to figure out the best ways to make a difference, to help in whatever ways, small or larger, that we can.

"Pray/send good thoughts to everyone who's been affected or is in the path of Hurricane Irma", he wrote on his website.

Be safe. Tell someone how much you care. It is one of the strongest storms every recorded on the Atlantic.

Aside from living in Nashville, he has long owned several homes in St. John. Details are still being finalized, but Kenny says that there will be a "musical connection" to help raise money along with accepting donations.

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