Brooks & Dunn Set for Hall Benefit

Superstar duo Brooks & Dunn made a special appearance during the Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, Feb. 25, for an exciting announcement.

Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn announced that the final show on their upcoming The Last Rodeo Tour will be billed as “Brooks & Dunn and Friends”, a benefit concert for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Aug. 10.

Special guests for the show will be announced at a later date. In sharing the news, Kix and Ronnie offered this statement: “For several years, we have tossed around ideas for the best way to make a contribution to the Museum. We have a tremendous appreciation for the road that was traveled by the great stars that came before us. Their long nights in station wagons with instruments strapped on the roofs built an industry that allowed us to cruise around in big tour buses. Our last show together will certainly be a historic point in our lives and careers, and we feel it’s only right that the proceeds from this concert go to a place where all history in our business is so reverently preserved.”

Kix and Ronnie have previously stated that this will be their final tour as a duo and that they will be splitting up to pursue solo projects. The Last Rodeo Tour kicks off March 20 in Houston. For further concert information, go to brooks-dunn.com.

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