More neon please.
I can't tell you how stoked I was to hear Ronnie Dunn, one half of Brooks & Dunn, was releasing a new song with "neon" in the title. Reminiscent of the duo's 1992 single that's still very popular today, "Neon Moon," this sounds like something straight out of the 80's or 90's.
Written by Ronnie, along with Thomas Perkins and Matt Willis, "Broken Neon Hearts" is just the first taste of a brand new record to come, titled "100 Proof Neon." (I'm fuckin' loving all these neon references.) Oh, don't forget about the Triston Marez and Ronnie Dunn collaboration "Where The Neon Lies."
Dunn also stopped by the Bobby Bones Show today to talk about the upcoming record, tell stories involving George Strait, and announced that his new solo project will feature a collaboration with Parker McCollum. Another accolade Parker can hang up on his wall as the Texas native continues to blow up in such a short amount of time.
Check out the new song and interview on the Bobby Bones show below.