Brooks & Dunn

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Kix Brooks – who was born on the 12th May 1955, in Shreveport, Louisiana USA – and Ronnie Dunn, born on the 1st June 1953 in Coleman, Texas USA – make up the most successful music band in the history of country music. They first performed as Brooks & Dunn in 1991, and from 1992 to 2006 they won the Vocal Duo Award from the Country Music Association every year except 2000 – so far the duo has received 19 CMAs. In 2008, they received a star on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame, and by 2009, they had registered 20 No. 1 singles and six No. 1 albums in the USA country charts. They decided to part their ways in 2010, yet reunited in 2015.How much is the net worth of Brooks & Dunn? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of their wealth is as much as $45 million, as of the data presented in 2016. Reportedly, they earn around $250,000 per year from their music endeavours, so possibly their wealth will grow further.

Full Name Brooks & Dunn
Net Worth $45 Million
Date Of Birth 1988
Place Of Birth Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Profession Country Musical Duo
Nationality Americans
Spouse Barbara Brooks (m. 1981-), Janine Dunn (m. 1990-)
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Awards Duo of the Year Award from the Country Music Association (CMA) (1992-2006), People’s Choice Award for Favorite Country Group (2005), Grammy Awards for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal (1994, 1997), BMI Award, Entertainer of the Year awards (1996), Billboard Music Award (2007)
Record Labels Arista Nashville,
Albums “Brand New Man” (1991), “Hard Workin’ Man” (1993), “Waitin’ on Sundown” (1994), “Borderline” (1996), “Tight Rope” (1999), “Steers & Stripes” (2001), “If You See Her” (1997), “The Greatest Hits Collection II” (2004), “New to This Town” (2012)
Nominations Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)- platinum album, sextuple-platinum (2002), Album of the Year, Horizon awards (1992)
Movies King of the Hill (1999), Everyone’s Hero (2006), Billy: The Early Years (2008)
TV Shows “American Country Countdown” (2006)

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