Want a taste of brand new Ronnie Dunn music? Well, today's your lucky day. The singer previewed the rowdy and thoroughly rocking' new track 'Country This.' Dunn himself labeled it as one of the "edgier" tracks on his upcoming record and it's certainly a different sound for him. So how does it stack up?
Ronnie Dunn made quite a lasting impression at his ‘Green Nights’ benefit concert Saturday night at Nashville’s historic Franklin Theatre. Halfway through the Brooks and Dunn hit ‘Ain’t Nothin’ ‘Bout You,’ Dunn and his fans were interrupted by the blaring of the venue’s fire alarms. Though the country star and his band finished their song, they did heed the warning to exit the stage until the venue could be deemed safe and fireless.
In a time of economic grief, Ronnie Dunn‘s hit ‘Cost of Livin’‘ resonates with many people — not just country music fans. That’s why the song has been picked up as the central theme of two upcoming TV episodes of ‘The Doctors’ and ‘Dr. Phil.’
We know what Ronnie Dunn is thankful for at Thanksgiving 2011: the news that he’s expecting his first grandchild! Dunn told Kickin’ Country 100.5, albeit offhandedly, that he’s awaiting the arrival of a new family member and that he already knows it’s a boy.
The scene of the World Series shifted from the chill of St. Louis to the much warmer confines of Texas last night. For Game 3 of the Fall Classic between the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals, country crooner Ronnie Dunn was called upon to sing he National Anthem, completing the trifecta of country artists singing the song for the first three World Series games.
You can’t really go wrong when it comes to country Christmas songs, and there is a new country Christmas album on the horizon that you won’t want to miss out on this holiday season. Ronnie Dunn, Brad Paisley and many other country singers have been tapped to contribute songs to ‘A Very Country Christmas,’ according to CMT.
Taste of Country says Ronnie Dunn's new single, 'Cost of Livin', portrays the working class in America is becoming too familiar with the loss of jobs and the high cost of living. Families are struggling and the economy doesn't seem to be getting better. Ronnie Dunn has the ability to connect with common hard working people and I think that's why he is successful. You can hear the pain and the empathy in his voice as he sings of the woes that Americans are faced with everyday.
We all have a special place in our hearts for Mr. Ronnie Dunn. With his solo career taking off like a fire cracker I can't help but be happy for him (Ronnie Dunn Tops Billboard With New Album). Take a gander at what Dunn had to over come in his life. Maybe you can get some insight into why he is so amazing. Ronnie Dunn facts after the jump.
Ronnie Dunn's self titled album rocketed to the top of the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart when it debuted June 7th, and it has sold 45,000 copies so far. Dunn has described this album as closer to the sound he is trying to make, with gritty songs like "Cost of Livin'," a shockingly sobering song dealing with the hard times that we all face in these dark days for the economy. Great video after the break.
We got a little nostalgic thinking about all that history, though, so we surfed the tubes and collected what we think are the five best classic Brooks & Dunn music videos. Check 'em out, and let us know if we missed any (or if we're just flat wrong).
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