BROOKS AND DUNN BREAK IT DOWN FOR 2004

After traveling with a huge crew and large lineup for the past two years, Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn have decided to scale down their tour in 2004. "What happens when you're touring with five acts is, frankly, you get in a situation where only major markets can afford you," says Kix. "So we're looking at taking maybe one act [and] playing some more music. I think it’ll give us a chance to go into some places that we haven't been in 4 or 5 years that we really need to go see."

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