Brooks & Dunn

Sunday, August 14, 2022, 08:00 PM
Gates open 1 hour prior to the show.
*Blue Ribbon Zone $120 / **Pre-Show Party $30
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With 20 No. 1 hits stretching back to 1991, two GRAMMY awards, dozens of ACM and CMA honors and a discography counting more album sales than any duo in history – regardless of genre – Brooks & Dunn's influence on today's country has never been in question. Hits like "Boot Scootin' Boogie," "My Maria" and "Believe" have propelled the duo to more than 30 million albums sold, with the New York Times heralding "together they helped drive the power-country era of the early-to-mid 1990s and continued to benefit from the sea change in the genre they helped initiate right through their most recent albums." Their original "Merle Haggard meets The Rolling Stones" vibe made them progressive stars in their own right. The duo's recently released collaboration project REBOOT debuted at No. One on Billboard's Top Country Albums. The impressive feat marks the first time the duo has topped the album charts since 2009 while simultaneously earning the duo their 10th Billboard 200 Top 10 album, the most of any country duo or group in the chart's history.  In 2019 the duo was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in the "Modern Era Artist" category. In 2021 Brooks & Dunn undertook their first nationwide tour in ten years with their anticipated The REBOOT 2021 TOUR, as well as wrapped their hugely successful and the longest-running country residency in Las Vegas, "REBA, BROOKS & DUNN: Together in Vegas." For more information, visit www.brooks-dunn.com.

 

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Kendell Marvel wrote and recorded his new album, Solid Gold Sounds, in a matter of days, but it took a lifetime in country music to get there. Marvel and The Black Keys' Auerbach co-wrote nine of the album's 10 songs, drawing on the country sounds of the '70s as well as Marvel's own experiences. Their songwriting collaborators include country legend John Anderson on the album's first track, "Hard Time With the Truth." A native of Southern Illinois, Marvel moved to Nashville at 28, shifting his goal of being an artist to raising his family while working as a songwriter. Marvel's writing credits include Gary Allan's "Right Where I Need to Be" and Chris Stapleton's Grammy-winning single, "Either Way." Brothers Osborne, Jamey Johnson, Jake Owen, Blake Shelton, George Strait, and Lee Ann Womack have also cut his songs.