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Encyclopedia > Kix Brooks

Brooks & Dunn are a country music singer/songwriter duo, one of the most successful in the history of country music. They debuted in 1991 and have since won the Vocal Duo Award of the Country Music Association nearly every year (1992 through 2004 except 2000), as well as CMA Album of the Year for 1994 and Entertainer of the Year for 1996. As of 2004, the duo had won 18 CMA awards[1] (http://www.canada.com/fortstjohn/story.html?id=F6E9220C-B904-4777-AF36-B360628CF3E7/1).

They are prominent players of line dance music. One of their hits is the line-dancing song "Boot Scootin' Boogie"; The video for this song was made in Tulsa City Limits.

Group Members

The members of the duo are:

  • Ronnie Dunn - who was born in Coleman, Texas is currently in the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. By 2000, he had won 17 BMI awards.

External Links

  • Brooks & Dunn online (http://www.brooks-dunn.com/)
  • Howdy's Hangout: A Kix Brooks Website (http://www.howdyshangout.com/)
  • Slim's Place: A Ronnie Dunn Website (http://www.dunnhooked.com/)
  • Brooks & Dunn Memory Town (http://jebriggs98.tripod.com/)
  • Brooks & Dunn's Red Dirt Road (http://brooksdunnreddirtroad.tk/)
  • BMI MusicWorld feature article (http://www.bmi.com/musicworld/features/200010/brooksdunn.asp), 10/01/2000



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