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Brooks and Dunn

  • Ronnie Dunn's hometown is Tulsa, Oklahoma.
  • Ronnie Dunn was born June 1, 1953.
  • Ronnie Dunn's dad was a hillbilly singer.
  • Brooks and Dunn have appeared on the front of Corn Flakes boxes.
  • Brooks and Dunn have sponsored race cars.
  • In 1996, Brooks and Dunn won an Academy of Country Music award for Entertainer Of The Year.
  • Brooks and Dunn have been Entertainer of The Year three times.
  • Brooks and Dunn have sold over 22 million albums.
  • Kix Brooks has worked as a pipeliner and in advertising.
  • Kix Brooks studied speech and drama at Louisiana State University.
  • Kix Brooks' hobbies include shooting pool, golf, fishing, and Legends race cars.
  • Kix Brooks has two children, Molly and Eric.
  • Kix Brooks' wife's name is Barbara.
  • Kix Brooks has blue eyes.
  • Kix Brooks has brown hair.
  • Kix Brooks is 6'2".
  • Kix Brooks lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Kix Brooks' hometown is Shreveport, Louisianna.
  • Kix Brooks was born on May 12, 1955.
  • Ronnie Dunn used to be a oil gauger.
  • Ronnie Dunn studied psychology and theology at Abilene Christian College.
  • Ronnie Dunn's hobbies included Tennis, Water Skiing, Collecting Southwestern Art, and Legends Race Cars.
  • Ronnie Dunn has three children: Whitney, Jesse, and Haley.
  • Ronnie Dunn's wife's name is Janine.
  • Ronnie Dunn has blue eyes.
  • Ronnie Dunn has brown hair.
  • Ronnie Dunn is 6'4".
  • As of 2006, Ronnie Dunn lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Ronnie Dunn was kicked out of Abilene Christian University, because he played music on the side in area bars.
  • "Kix" Brooks' real name is Leon Eric Brooks.
  • Brooks and Dunn are the biggest country selling duo ever and they've also sold more record than any other duo ever.
  • In 1997, Brooks and Dunn won an Academy of Country Music award for Entertainer Of The Year.
  • In 1992, Brooks and Dunn won an Academy of Country Music award for Album Of The Year for "Hard Workin' Man."
  • In 1992, Brooks and Dunn won an Academy of Country Music award for Single Of The Year for "Boot Scootin' Boogie."
  • In 1991, Brooks and Dunn won an Academy of Country Music award for New Vocal Duo of the Year.
  • In 1991, Brooks and Dunn won an Academy of Country Music award for Vocal Duo of the Year.
  • In 1993, Brooks and Dunn won a Grammy award for Best Country Vocal Performance for "Hard Workin' Man."
  • In 1996, Brooks and Dunn won a CMA award for Entertainer of the Year.
  • In 1994, Brooks and Dunn won a CMA award for Album of The Year.
  • In 1993, Brooks and Dunn won a CMA award for Vocal Duo of the year.
  • In 1992, Brooks and Dunn won a CMA award for Vocal Duo of the year.
  • Their "Greatest Hits Collection" went double platinum.
  • They released their fourth album "Borderline" in 1996 and it went double platinum.
  • The Duo's third ablum "Waitin' On Sundown" went triple platinum.
  • In 1993, they released their second album "Hard Workin' Man."
  • In 1993, "Brand New Man" went triple platinum.
  • The Duo's biggest hit ever was "Boot Scootin Boogie" which was on their second albun "Neon Moon."
  • In 1992, the Duo had another number one hit with "Neon Moon."
  • In 1991, their debut album "Brand New Man" was released and became an instant success
  • The Duo's next hit "My Next Broken Heart" also shot up to number one.
  • The Duo released their first debut single, "Brand New Man" in 1990, which shot up to number one.
  • Tim DuBois liked the duo so much that he offered them a recording contract.
  • Ronnie Dunn and Kix Brooks hit it off and shortly began writing together and also performing together.
  • Ronnie Dunn sent his newest material to Scott, who sent it to Tim DuBois, the head of Arista.
  • Ronnie Dunn went on to Nashville's Bullpen Lounge for the finals where he ended up winning $30,000 and a recording session with producer Scott Hendricks.
  • Ronnie Dunn won the regionals in Tulsa.
  • Ronnie Dunn didn't know he was entered in the talent contest because his friend Jimmy Oldecker, who was drumming for Eric Clapton at the time, submitted one of his tapes.
  • Ronnie Dunn moved to Nashville for a talent contest.
  • Ronnie Dunn had two hits in 1983 and 1984 with Churchill label.
  • Ronnie Dunn's performing led to a record contract with the independent Churchill label.
  • While in Tulsa, Ronnie Dunn began leading the house band at Duke's Country.
  • Ronnie Dunn and his family moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
  • Ronnie Dunn began to love music so much that he became he spent many nights performing in local honky-tonk bars.
  • Ronnie Dunn wanted to become a Baptist preacher.
  • Ronnie Dunn learned to play the bass while still in high school.
  • Ronnie Dunn's father was a guitarist and sang in a traditional mountain string band for fun.
  • Kix Brooks didn't record again until 1989, when he released a solo debut.
  • In 1983, Kix Brooks launched his own recording career with "Baby, When Your Heart Breaks Down" for Avion.
  • In Maine, Kix Brooks performed at ski resorts.
  • When Kix Brooks moved to Nashville, he joined Don Gant's newly established Tree Publishing company.
  • When Ronnie Brooks moved to Nashville, he joined Don Gant's newly established Tree Publishing company.
  • In Maine, Kix Brooks performed at ski resorts.
  • After Kix Brooks finished working in Alaska, he moved to Maine.
  • Kix Brooks worked on the Alaskan pipeline.
  • Kix Brooks began writing songs frequently after his first debut at the age of 12.
  • Kix Brooks made his performing debut singing with his neighbor Jimmy Horton's daughter, and continued performing in clubs and at other venues through high school.
  • Kix Brooks made his performing debut at the age of 12.
  • Kix Brooks was first inspired towards a musical career by his neighbor, Johnny Horton.
  • When he was young, Kix Brooks influenced by a variety of regional musical styles ranging from Blues to Cajun to Jazz to Country.
  • Kix Brooks was the son of a pipefitter.
  • Ronnie Dunn was the son of a pipefitter.
  • Ronnie Dunn was born and raised in Coleman, Texas.
  • Kix Brooks was born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana.
  • The duo's names are Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn.

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The Long Goodbye
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