Performer who was the other half of country duo Brooks & Dunn with
He attended thirteen schools in his first twelve years of elementary and high school education; he studied psychology at Abilene Christian University.
His first solo attempt, the 2011 album Ronnie Dunn, had a Billboard Hot Country Songs hit single, "Bleed Red."
He fathered three children with his wife Janine.
He and Brooks won numerous awards, including 2005's vocal event of the year for "Building Bridges," featuring Vince Gill and Sheryl Crow on background vocals.