Ronnie Dunn Is Dropping A Solo Album Of 24 Covers Called "Re-Dunn"

Ronnie Dunn stopped by The Bobby Bones Show to share some exciting news on the project he's been working on. He will be dropping a solo album in January 2020. It will be his first solo album since Tattooed Heart dropped in 2016.

The project is called Re-Dunn and it will feature 24 songs total, all of which will be covers. Each song chosen for the album has a personal meaning to Dunn and has helped shape his career. Dunn is also the sole producer of the album and he joked saying it's a "Dunn for fun type of record." He dropped two of the first songs on it "Amarillo By Morning" (originally by George Strait) and "Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)" (originally done by The Hollies.)

The track listing for the album is as follows:

  1. “Amarillo By Morning” 
  2. “That’s the Way Love Goes” 
  3. “How I Got to Memphis” 
  4. “Ridin’ My Thumb to Mexico” 
  5. “Together Again” 
  6. “Drinkin’ Thing” 
  7. “Ashes By Now” 
  8. “Cowboy Rides Away” 
  9. “Amie” 
  10. “I Can’t Help It” 
  11. “You Don’t Know Me” 
  12. “Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)”
  13. “I Won’t Back Down”
  14. . “It Never Rains in Southern California”
  15. “Showdown”
  16. “Wonderful Tonight”
  17. “Peaceful Easy Feeling”
  18. “How Long”
  19. “If You Don’t Know Me by Now”
  20. “Against the Wind” 
  21. “I’m Not in Love”
  22. “Brown Eyed Girl”
  23. “Running on Faith”
  24. “Good Time Charlie”

Dunn mentioned that George Strait had just texted him before coming on the show to say that he liked the cover Dunn did of his songs. Watch the full interview on The Bobby Bones Show below.