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From the Album 1. My Maria 2. Honky Tonk Truth 3. You're Gonna Miss Me (When I'm Gone) 4. Boot Scootin' Boogie 5. He's Got You 6. Hard Workin' Man 7. That Ain't No Way to Go 8. Rock My World (Little Country Girl) 9. Neon Moon 10. Lost and Found 11. She's Not the Cheatin' Kind 12. Brand New Man 13. Days of Thunder 14. We'll Burn That Bridge 15. She Used to Be Mine 16. Mama Don't Get Dressed Up for Nothing 17. My Next Broken Heart 18. Whiskey Under the Bridge 19. Little Miss Honky Tonk

Other Songs A Few Good Rides Away A Man This Lonely Again Against the Wind Ain't Nothing 'Bout You All Out of Love American Dreamer Beer Thirty Believe Believer Blue Christmas Born and Raised in Black and White Brand New Whiskey Building Bridges Cabin in the Valley Can't Stop My Heart Caroline Cheating on the Blues Cool Drink of Water Cowboy Town Cowgirls Don't Cry Deny, Deny, Deny Don't Look Back Now Drunk on Love Every River Feels Good Don't It Go West God Must Be Busy Goin' Under Gettin' over You Good Cowboy Good Day to Be Me Good Girls Go to Heaven Hangin' 'Round the Mistletoe Heartbroke out of My Mind Her West Was Wilder Hillbilly Deluxe Holy War Honky Tonk Stomp Honky Tonk Stomp [Previously Unreleased Track] How Long Gone Hurt Train Husbands and Wives I Am That Man I Can't Get Over You I Can't Put Out This Fire I Fall I Love You More I May Never Get Over You I Used to Know This Song By Heart If That's the Way You Want It If You See Him/If You See Her I'll Be Home for Christmas I'll Never Forgive My Heart I'm No Good Independent Trucker Independent Trucker [Previously Unreleased Track] Indian Summer Indian Summer [Previously Unreleased Track] It Won't Be Christmas Without You It's Getting Better All the Time It's Getting Better All the Time [Previously Unreleased Track] I've Got a Lot to Learn Johnny Cash Junkie (Buck Owens Freak) Just Another Neon Night Last Thing I Do Lucky Me, Lonely You Memory Town Mexican Minutes Missing You More Than a Margarita My Baby's Everything I Love My Heart Is Lost to You My Heart's Not a Hotel My Kind of Crazy My Love Will Follow You One Heartache at a Time One More Roll of the Dice Only in America Our Time Is Coming Play Something Country Proud of the House We Built Put a Girl in It Red Dirt Road Redneck Rhythm & Blues Rockin' Little Christmas Rough Boy Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town Santa Claus Is Coming to Town Santa's Coming Over to Your House See Jane Dance She Likes to Get Out of Town She Was Born to Run She's About as Lonely as I'm Going to Let Her Get She's the Kind of Trouble Silver and Gold South of Santa Fe Still in Love with You Swing It Temptation #9 Tequila Tequila Town Texas and Norma Jean Texas Woman (Don't Stay Lonely Long) Texas Women (Don't Stay Lonely Long) That's What It's All About That's What It's All About [Previously Unreleased Track] That's What She Gets for Loving Me The Ballad Of Jerry Jeff Walker The Christmas Song The Last Thing I Do The Long Goodbye The Trouble with Angels Till My Dyin' Day Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down Too Far This Time Unloved Used to Know This Song by Heart Way Gone When Love Dies When She's Gone, She's Gone When We Were Kings Whiskey Do My Talkin' White Christmas Who Says There Ain't No Santa Why Would I Say Goodbye Winter Wonderland You Can't Take the Honky Tonk Out of the Girl You'll Always Be Loved by Me Your Love Don't Take a Backseat to Nothing You're My Angel
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Brooks & Dunn is an American country music duo consisting of Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn, both of whom are vocalists and songwriters. The duo was founded in 1990 through the suggestion of songwriter and record producer Tim DuBois.

Before their formation, both members were solo recording artists, having charted two solo singles apiece in the 1980s. Brooks also released an album for Capitol Records in 1989 and wrote hit singles for other artists.

The duo signed to Arista Nashville after their foundation. They have recorded eleven studio albums, one Christmas album, and five compilation albums for the label. They also have released 50 singles, of which 20 went to number one on the Hot Country Songs charts and 19 more reached top 10. Two of these number-one songs, "My Maria" (a cover of the B.W. Stevenson song) and "Ain't Nothing 'bout You", were the top country songs of 1996 and 2001, respectively, according to the Billboard Year-End charts.

The duo's material is known for containing influences of honky-tonk, mainstream country, and rock, as well as the contrast between their singing voices and on-stage personalities, although some of their music has also been criticized as formulaic.

Their 1992 single "Boot Scootin' Boogie" helped repopularize line dancing in the United States, and 2001's "Only in America" was used by both George W. Bush and Barack Obama in their respective presidential campaigns. Brooks and Dunn have collaborated with several artists, including Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, Sheryl Crow, Mac Powell, Billy Gibbons, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Luke Combs.

After announcing their retirement in August 2009, they performed their final concert on September 2, 2010, at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. Both Brooks and Dunn have continued to record for Arista Nashville as solo artists. Dunn released a self-titled album in 2011, which included the top-10 country hit "Bleed Red", while Brooks released New to This Town in September 2012.

The duo reunited in 2015 for a series of concerts with Reba McEntire in Las Vegas. In 2019, the duo was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Kix Brooks Ronnie Dunn
From: Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Active From: 1990-2010, 2015-present
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