Congratulations to Catherine I., the winner of our autographed Ronnie Dunn album!
Ronnie Dunn is one of the most recognizable names, and voices, in country music. Formerly part of the legendary duo Brooks & Dunn, he released his self-titled solo album this year after over 20 years as a duo. This solo venture gave Ronnie the chance to find songs that he believed in and that represented himself as an artist and a person. His album was a huge success: it debuted at number one on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and number 5 on the Billboard 200; selling 45,000 copies its first week.
The latest single from Ronnie Dunn, released back on June 6th, is one of the most touching this year. “Cost Of Livin’” was originally put on hold by Ronnie in 2008, who hesitated on recording it thinking the economy may have improved since then. He changed the hook and chorus of the song originally written by Philip Coleman. The song is about a military veteran who is trying to find any kind of employment he can after his company went bankrupt, forcing him to lose his job. The song is from the point of view of a job interview for the man.
Do you want to win an autographed copy of Ronnie Dunn’s album, featuring “Bleed Red,” and “Cost Of Livin’?” Starting immediately and running through to Friday, October 14th at 2 pm EST, you can enter our drawing to win the album! The contest is open everywhere except where prohibited. Only one entry per person, please. We will pick a random winner with the correct answer Friday, with the name announced sometime after the drawing closes at 2 pm EST on Friday, October 14th. To enter, fill out the form below with the answer to the following question:
What award show did Brooks & Dunn make their final performance on?
The above video is the live recording taken by me at Ronnie Dunn’s CMT Festival Performance at Oro Station, Ontario in August.
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