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Dunn releases special CD

Monday, May 21, 2012 – Ronnie Dunn's newest solo CD debuts today through the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store exclusive music program. "Ronnie Dunn - Special Edition" is a collection of 12 songs that Dunn first released in 2011 and includes 2 previously unreleased bonus tracks.

Because Ronnie Dunn and Cracker Barrel support America's military personnel, a portion of the proceeds from sales will be donated to Wounded Warrior Project, helping injured soldiers. The CD is available for $11.99 exclusively at all Cracker Barrel locations and online.

"More than ever before, I feel as though this album gave me a chance to tell my own story through songs that mean a lot to me," said Dunn. "And it's particularly gratifying because, by working with Cracker Barrel, a portion of the CD retail sales will be donated to Wounded Warrior Project. To me, that truly makes this CD a special edition."

Dunn released his solo disc last year after the dissolution of Brooks & Dunn.

Songs on the new CD are: 1. I Love My Country (Previously Unreleased) 2. Singer In A Cowboy Band 3. I Don' Dance 4. Your Kind Of Love 5. How Far To Waco 6. Once 7. Cost Of Livin' 8. Bleed Red 9. Last Love I'm Tryin' 10. Let The Cowboy Rock 11. I Can't Help Myself 12. I Just Get Lonely 13. Love Owes Me One 14. Keep On Lovin' You (Previously Unreleased)

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