You’d think after performing for so long as the legendary duo Brooks & Dunn; Ronnie Dunn would have seen it all by now. In the middle of his performance of “Ain’t Nothin’ ‘Bout You” in Franklin, Tennessee on the weekend the fire alarms went off and interrupted the hit single. The sold-out crowd didn’t move even with the alarms going off at the benefit show. The alarms were triggered by Ronnie’s smoke machine used during the concert, which was in use during his performance of his brand-new single “Let The Cowboy Rock” from his current self-titled solo album.
Ronnie and his band finished the performance, even with the alarm, then left the stage while things got settled down. The fans never left the building, however, and Ronnie soon came back out to finish the concert after the fire department had arrived and gave the all-clear. Ronnie returned to a loud crowd, still laughing over what had just happened. He finished off the night with songs from his self-titled solo album, as well as classic Brooks & Dunn hits “Neon Moon,” “My Maria,” and “Cowgirls Don’t Cry.”
Ronnie will be making an announcement in the next few days on the music video for his new single “Let The Cowboy Rock.”