Superstar duo Brooks & Dunn said they weren’t about to call it a day as a recording duo without one more chance to party with their fans.
Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn are ready to party in style with the announcement of dates for their final tour, The Last Rodeo. A celebration of their 20 great years together, the tour will launch on April 23, make a stop in Tulsa on May 28 and end on August 8 after 47 shows.
Brian O’Connell, President, Nashville Touring, for Live Nation declared, “The Last Rodeo Tour is going to be a ‘must see’ for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is the amazing energy that Kix and Ronnie create on stage.
"I look forward to seeing what they have up their sleeves on a nightly basis, and I am confident that they will leave everything they have on the stage one final time in each city. Anyone who has ever seen a Brooks & Dunn show knows that they will be coming full tilt! I do not look at this tour as an ending, rather a celebration of their career by two of the greatest Artists that Country Music has ever known.”
The tour follows the recent release of Brooks & Dunn’s career-spanning double-disc collection, #1s … and then some, which features 30 favorites in all, including an amazing 23 #1 hits. Among the songs on #1s … and then some is the smash single, “Cowgirls Don’t Cry,” which earlier this week earned the duo their 15th career GRAMMY Award nomination.
Jason Aldean has recorded three albums on the independent Broken Bow Records label: Jason Aldean, Relentless, and Wide Open, in 2005, 2007, and 2009 respectively. These albums have accounted for ten singles on the Billboard country singles charts, including the Number One hits "Why", "She’s Country", "Big Green Tractor" and "The Truth". His first album, Jason Aldean, is certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, his second album, Relentless, is certified gold, and his third album Wide Open is certified platinum.
Tickets go on-sale for Tulsa at BOK Center on March 6th at 10 am local time.