Ronnie Dunn Makes Tracks
Ronnie Dunn’s new CD “Ronnie Dunn” comes out June 7, a few weeks ahead of the show in Billings July 23rd. Cat Country will have the CD premiere, hosted by Ronnie, June 5 on air.
Bleed Red, the only song we’ve had the chance to hear from the CD is very different than anything else. Let Ronnie explain in the video
For people like Mark Wilson, getting a listing of the tracks Ronnie has cut is a big bonus. Here’s what The Boot says is on the CD;
1. ‘Singer in a Cowboy Band’ — Ronnie Dunn/Craig Wiseman
2. ‘I Don’t Dance’ — Ronnie Dunn/David Lee Murphy/Craig Wiseman
3. ‘Your Kind of Love’ — Maile Misajon/Jeremy Stover
4. ‘How Far to Waco’ — Ronnie Dunn/Terry McBride
5. ‘Once’ — Jamie Floyd/Philip LaRue/Peter Sallis
6. ‘Cost of Livin” — Phillip Coleman/Ronnie Dunn
7. ‘Bleed Red’ — Andrew Dorff/Tommy Lee James
8. ‘Last Love I’m Tryin” — Ronnie Dunn
9. ‘Let the Cowboy Rock’ — Ronnie Dunn/Dallas Davidson
10. ‘I Can’t Help Myself’ — Ronnie Dunn/Terry McBride
11. ‘I Just Get Lonely’ — Ronnie Dunn
12. ‘Love Owes Me One’ — Ronnie Dunn/Terry McBride/Bobby Pinson
The listing after the song title are the writers of the song. This list is a who’s who of country music. For example, Craig Wiseman has written, “Believe” for Brooks and Dunn, “Summertime” for Kenny Chesney, and “Hell Yeah” for Montgomery Gentry among others. Terry McBride has written “Cowgirls Don’t Cry”, “Play Something Country”, and “Proud Of The House We Built.”
With this level of talent poured into the CD, the live show is already getting stellar reviews. Here are a few from the past two weeks.
Ronnie Dunn was excellent at Belterra Resort. The venue was great. The Ushers at Belterra were fantastic. Ronnie Dunn’s band is excellent. Being how this was his First concert by himself I beleive Ronnie Dunn and his team did an excellent job. I would recommend his concerts to see. Thanks for the great time.”
Cheryl1111 said “It was worth every dime I spent to go see this amazing concert that was totally awesome!”
Ticketmaster has reviews of shows from the show if you want to get an advance idea on what you might expect.
It’s going to be a great summer for country music in town. I’m glad Ronnie Dunn is going to be a big part of it.