• Brooks and Dunn Apparently Done

    Aug 11, 2009 5:52 PM by ben

    The popular country music duo Brooks and Dunn have just announced that their nearly 20-year collaboration is about to come to an end. But don’t worry, ticket-holders! They will continue playing the gigs that they have already scheduled. They will also be performing in a final tour, called the Last Rodeo Tour during 2010. The dates for those performances will be announced in the near future. And their current tour in the US, which is slated to continue through October, will be completed in its entirety. This pair is one of country music’s brightest stars; the combination of Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn was formed in 1991 and their first 4 singles all hit #1 on the charts. And if that weren’t enough, they also won the CMA Award for Vocal Duo of the Year for every year from 1992 until 2006. Their most recent studio album released in 2007, “Cowboy Town” hit 13 on the Billboard charts and ranked even higher on the country chart. In September, they will release a compilation album called “#1s…And Then Some”, featuring their greatest hits and probably some more surprises as well. Don’t worry about Ronnie and Kix, though; they seem to be breaking up because they both want to try something new. Meanwhile, you will still have some chances to see them in concert, either this fall or during their farewell tour next year! Make sure to check our site frequently for updates on this pair’s tour plans and to order your Brooks and Dunn concert tickets.

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