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According to music industry figures, Brooks and Dunn are "not only the biggest selling duo in country music history, they've also sold more records than any other duo period." And fans of this record-setting country favorite have a rare shot at seeing the retired team reunite for a few shows this year. Over the last few yeas they have also performed with Reba McEntire.
Of course, Brooks & Dunn alone are a remarkable pair, and as one of the best "line dancing" bands of the age, their sound usually inspires listeners to get up out of their seats and enjoy the music. However, the pair's history has not always been full of success. They came together as a music act because neither of them was able to make a career on their own. A chance introduction by a producer in 1988 led the pair to begin recording demos and by 1991 they had their first album debut.
When they began performing their combination of honky tonk and upbeat tunes, they soared to the top of the charts and remained there for an extensive period of time. In fact, the duo was awarded recognition almost every year for the period running between 1992 and 2000.
The debut album didn't just yield the pair a few top of the charts hits, but also began the 90s dance craze known as line dancing, and their albums were suddenly a country bar staple that remains a trend to this day.
With millions of albums sold and dozens of industry awards under their belts, it is a surprise that the pair decided to retire quite early in their careers. Commercial dominance was not a challenge for them during their heyday but by the release of their tenth studio album in 2007 it was clear that they had become what one reviewer described as "predictable". It was then that they agreed to pursue solo projects, with both of them enjoying success. Compilation albums have proven that the duo still have genuine appeal to each generation of country fans, and this is what inspired them to partner with Reba McIntire for the upcoming series of performances.
Don't miss your chance to hear the most popular duo of all time as they reunite for a limited series of concerts this year. Though they are no longer recording new material, just enjoying their classics is something everyone is sure to enjoy.