Ronnie Dunn’s Solo Album Sells 45,000
Ronnie Dunn’s first solo album since the split of Brooks and Dunn sold 45,000 copies last week and earned the number one spot on the Country Album Chart according to Nielson Soundscan.
Ronnie sent out the follow-up single to “Bleed Red,” out this week to radio stations. “Cost Of Livin'” has been a fan favorite in Ronnie’s concerts thus far. He admitted to Billboard that he was nervous about releasing a solo album:
“I worked overtime — not that I have to — to stay neurotic. I never take anything for granted. I look at my age. I look at the length of time that we were in the marketplace with Brooks & Dunn, and I don’t know how people are going to accept me and I don’t assume in any way they’re gonna come running to this project.”
Check out Ronnie performing Sugarland’s hit, “Stay,” live from ACM: Girl’s Night Out below.
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