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Ronnie Dunn is a world renowned country musician, who gained prominence for being part of the country duo Brooks & Dunn with which, the songwriter- singer released a six times certified platinum album Brand New Men. The group released twelve studio albums, and has sold more than thirty million records worldwide, with twenty popular singles that hit the Billboard charts, and have continued to be favorites whenever a concert is performed. Since the breakup of the twosome, Dunn pursued a solo career in 2011, and released a self-titled album with the lead single called Bleed Red which went up to the list of top ten. Dunn has won over twenty awards from BroadcastMusicIncorporated that includes the category of Country Music Songwriter of the Year, which he won in 1996 and again in 2001. In the long history of the country genre, Dunn along with his band member Brooks, has won more Academy of Country Music awards and Country Music Association awards than any other artists. For the longest time, Dunn has been hailed as the ideal singer of a cowboy band, and is now on his way to creating some powerful country tunes as a solo act. His live performances since 1983 have won him a strong folk music fan-base that considers Ronnie Dunn tickets to be the perfect country music treat.
Born in Texas, Ronnie Dunn switched thirteen schools through twelve years of schooling, and by the time he was studying at Abilene Christian University, he began taking interest in singing, playing bass guitars and performing in the nearby clubs with bands. He was given the ultimatum of either quitting the university or the band, in response to which he simply discontinued his education, and relocated to Oklahoma to try a hand at the country music opportunities available there. During his many years in the new place, he was really impressed by the honky tonks from the likes of Tulsa City Limits that is strongly featured in the Brooks & Dunn music video for their track BootScootin’Boogie.
Initially, Ronnie Dunn entered the musical front as a solo act where two of his singles titled It’s Written All over Your Face, and She Put the Sad in All His Songs were released in 1983 and 1984 by Churchill/MCA Records. It was not until 1990 that Kix Brooks and Dunn decided to create music in a collaborative act. They were brought together by famous records producer Tim DuBois and singed with Arista Records in 1991. As part of Brooks & Dunn, Dunn’s vocals have been described to have that certain quietly intensifying quality, by Steve Huey from Allmusic, who goes on to call Dunn’s voice ‘soulful’. The sound of the duo was a catchy mix of rocking honky tonk tunes with high tempo danceable drum beats that were further combined with smooth pop-flavored ballads. The two won a major fan base owing to their high-energy, power-propelling stage performances, such as their 2008 tour performances titled Cowboy Town, in which they paired up with Rodney Atkins and ZZ Top.
In 2011, Ronnie Dunn released the first single BleedRed from his solo album on country radio, where the song right away climbed up to the thirtieth spot on the Hot Country Songs chart of Billboard. The second single from his self-titled debut album called CostofLivin, whichwas released a few months later, also found a place on the Billboard chart in the fifty-sixth spot. Dunn’s debut album took the number one spot on Billboard’s Top Country Albums charts, while also taking the fifth place on Billboard 200 and selling about forty-five thousand copies in the initial week of release in the United States.
Ronnie Dunn has won many awards and distinctions for his contribution to the country music genre. He has been entered in the Music Halls of Fame of both Arkansas and Oklahoma, and since 1991 he has won a total of over twenty-seven ACM awards in the category of TopVocal Duo. For all those who love the tunes of Bleed Red, Once, YourKind of Love and Singer in a Cowboy Band, get those Ronnie Dunn tickets and enjoy the country flavored tingles.