Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Ronnie Dunn's Solo Album Debuts At #1


Ronnie Dunn’s first solo album, Ronnie Dunn, debuts at #1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart with 45,000 albums sold according to Nielsen SoundScan. Dunn’s self-titled Arista Nashville project debuts at #5 on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart.


"Cost of Livin’," Dunn’s new single, shipped to radio stations this week. Music critics have singled out this track as an all-too-real everyman’s portrait. The New York Times shares that “by song’s end pride has mixed with fear in vivid fashion” and USA Today picked it as the “one to download.”


Ronnie Dunn calls this album "the one I've always wanted to make." Its depth of material includes the poignant smash first single, “Bleed Red,” to the energized cantina-country of the Dunn/Terry McBride co-write, “How Far to Waco,” and the devastating, heart-on-the-line balladry of the Dunn-penned “Last Love I’m Tryin’.”  The collection kicks-off with the party-time opener, “Singer in a Cowboy Band” (penned by Dunn and Craig Wiseman), and closes with another Dunn co-write, the soulful “Love Owes Me One.”

We loved Ronnie Dunn's debut solo album, check out our review HERE.  We are also giving away THREE Autographed copies of Ronnie Dunn so be sure to Enter HERE.  

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1 comment:

  1. This is a great CD....maybe the best I've heard in a very long time.

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