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Editors’ Notes

In his first solo outing since his split with partner Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn tips his hat to his bar-band roots while revealing a more intimate side to his country-superstar persona. Brooks and Dunn devotees will find plenty to like in this collection of dance-floor workouts, romantic slow tunes and working-class character sketches. Beyond this, Dunn tones down the Texas-sized swagger that typified his previous work and delivers some of his best vocal performances in some time. The rousing upbeat tracks “Singer In a Cowboy Band” and “Let the Cowboy Rock” are rousing honky-tonk stompers carrying plenty of bite. “How Far to Waco” adds a dash of Southwestern spice with mariachi horns and chicken-picking guitar licks. The album’s ballads are a cut above usual Nashville fare, with “Last Love I’m Tryin’” and “Love Owes Me One” standing out for their slow-burning tenderness. Particularly impressive are “Cost of Livin’” (a poignant glimpse of hard times in the heartland) and “Bleed Red” (a ballad of forgiveness and healing).

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Ronnie Dunn Best Male Vocalist

I don’t care what anyone says, Ronnie Dunn has the best country voice ever! I see him winning Best Male Vocalist in several future award shows. He did a great job selecting songs for this album and others artist should take note. This CD is a must download along with newcomer Tyler Barham’s song “It’s All Because of You.”

Number One!

Ronnie is sure to be voted best album & male vocalist of the year with this one. Love every song on here.

That voice!

That voice! That voice! That voice! From the first moment I heard Brooks and Dunn it was that voice! Over the years, whether singing with Reba or as Brooks and Dunn, it has been that voice! Hands down the best male voice in all of country and this album does not let down. What a beautiful, God given gift... His voice goes right through your heart and in to your soul...

Biography

Born: June 1, 1953 in Coleman, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Bass player and vocalist Ronnie Dunn (born Ronnie Gene Dunn) joined Louisiana-born Leon Eric "Kix" Brooks to create the most successful country music duo of the 1990s. Their debut album, Brand New Man, released in 1991, sold more than six million copies, while their first two singles -- "Brand New Man" and "My Next Broken Heart," their first songwriting collaboration, reached the top position on Billboard's country music charts. In addition to 20 chart-topping tunes, they've placed an additional...
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