Ronnie Dunn’s Lensman Project
Ronnie Dunn is offering up some of his photographs for a very good cause as part of his Lensman Project. The photos can now be ordered on his website via prints, hats, throws and more, all to help support the American Cancer Society. The cause is one that definitely hit home for the country legend, whose daughter won a bout with cancer several years ago. For the first time, fans across the globe can purchase Dunn’s Lensmen Project work, with portions of the proceeds going to the American Cancer Society. Photographs can now be ordered on his website via prints, hats, throws and more. Read the full story HERE.
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Ronnie sticks up for Blake Shelton
After the year from hell, Blake Shelton gave his fans a little slice of heaven on New Year’s Eve: a brand new song. It’s called “Minimum Wage.” As is, “Girl, your love can make a man feel rich on minimum wage.” It’s a topic that everyone — even Shelton — can absolutely relate to. One hundred percent. He’s talked before about roofing houses during the summers as a teenager, and doing anything and everything he could to earn his own money to buy his first guitar and eventually, move to Nashville. “My first job changed my life,” he told Cowboys & Indians. “For the first time, I was making my own money. And it was the greatest feeling I’d ever experienced. I was roofing houses, and I did that during two summers when I was still in high school. Man, it was such hard work, but I loved it.” In other words, he’s been there, and that’s why he’s here. Which is why Brooks & Dunn’s Ronnie Dunn is standing his ground over the controversy the song has created. Read the full story HERE.
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Brooks & Dunn postpone tour to 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose a threat, Brooks & Dunnare postponing their planned 2020 Reboot Tour until next fall. The tour’s launch date has been moved from this fall to September of 2021. It’s not the first time concerns over the virus have caused the superstar country duo to push their trek, which will be the first they’ve embarked on together in a decade. The Reboot Tour was originally planned to kick off in the spring of 2020. The pair changed those plans in March, hoping that it would be safe to tour again by the fall. However, it’s still too dangerous for large groups of people to gather. “Brooks & Dunn’s Reboot 2020 Tour is proactively being rescheduled to 2021 out of an abundance of caution,” the band wrote on social media, explaining that tickets will be honored on the new dates and refunds will be available for anyone who can’t make it to the show in 2021. “We want to thank you guys for your understanding,” they added. “Stay safe and patient, and we can all be together soon!”
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