Brooks & Dunn’s Final Ride

After 20 years of making hit records together, Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn called it a day as a duo, and they did it in grand style, as Brooks & Dunn played their final show last night (9/2) at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, as a benefit for the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.

Brooks & Dunn are joined by their Arista team members, past and present. (l-r): ASCAP VP, Managing Executive Tim DuBois; former Sony Music Nashville Chairman Joe Galante; Brooks; Dunn; Sony Music Nashville Chairman & CEO Gary Overton; and Capitol Nashville President & CEO Mike Dungan. (Photo credit: Thien Phan)

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Sony Music Nashville presented Brooks & Dunn and manager Clarence Spalding with gifts commemorating the duo’s 20-year career together. (l-r): R.J. Curtis, Bobby Kraig, Allen Brown, and Lauren Thomas. Pictured back (l-r): John Sigler, Butch Waugh, Skip Bishop, Maurice Miner, Ronnie Dunn, Gary Overton, Clarence Spalding, Kix Brooks, Laura McKinley, Lesly Tyson, Heather McBee, and Joe Galante. (Photo credit: Thien Phan)

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Members of the Arista Nashville promo team gather with Kix and Ronnie and a bevy of radio friends for this celebratory group hug. (Photo credit: Thien Phan)

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