Ronnie Dunn Is On A Search For A Honky Tonk Town In His New Song

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Ronnie Dunn is on the hunt for a Honky Tonk Town.

The country artist — half of iconic “Neon” duo Brooks & Dunn — teamed up with Jake Worthington on his latest solo release, “Honky Tonk Town,” which debuted on Friday (May 20): “Gotta find me a honky tonk town/ One that plays that honky tonk sound/ So many neon lights it looks like it's burnin' down/ Gotta find me a place like that/ Behind those swingin' doors I'll hang my hat/ Point it out on the map, I'll head out right now/ To that honky tonk town”

The song is Dunn’s latest release since “Broken Neon Hearts,” his heartache anthem that dropped in February. Dunn’s full project is set to release this summer. He stopped by The Bobby Bones Show around the time he debuted “Broken Neon Hearts” to talk about the album and more. As Dunn gears up to release his solo album, he’s also embarking on the REBOOT 2022 TOUR with duo partner Kix Brooks — and he promised a party: "It is our full intent to step onto the stage each night and throw down like the wildest honky tonk you’ve never been to…yet.”

Listen to “Honky Tonk Town” here:

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