It's been almost half a year since Brooks & Dunn played their final show together, in Nashville, to a crowd of raucous but sad fans. However, in that relatively short period of time, Ronnie Dunn has already planted his feet firmly as a solo artist.
In addition to his inclusion on the Country Strong soundtrack (which came out last October), Dunn just cut his first official solo single, "Bleed Red," which was released to radio on Monday. It's doing great--in fact, it's the most-added new song of the week, according to industry publications Country Aircheck and Billboard.
Dunn told the Associated Press on Tuesday that being on his own is "refreshing." He's targeting a summer release for his full-length solo debut (no title has been named yet), saying "This is the record I've waited all my life to do."
Dunn plans to try out some of his new material in Las Vegas for the Academy of Country Music Awards, which will be held April 3. He'll officially be performing "Bleed Red" at theRead More »from Ronnie Dunn’s Solo Career Off And Running; Kix Brooks Approves