Dunn’s Smokin’ Hot Show at Franklin Theatre

Ronnie Dunn with his Arista Nashville promotion team. Pictured L-R: Andy Elliott (Midwest Regional), Lesly Tyson (VP Arista Nashville Promotion), Dunn, John Sigler (National Promotion), Tyler Waugh (SE Regional), Lauren Thomas (West Coast Regional), Rusty Sherrill (Promotion Coordinator), Ryan Dokke (Northeast Regional).

Ronnie Dunn’s benefit concert at the Franklin Theatre Saturday night (1/7) was interrupted by a blaring fire alarm and a visit from the fire department.

In the midst of his Brooks & Dunn classic “Ain’t Nothin’ ‘Bout You” the smoke machine set off the smoke detector. Dunn and his band finished the song and left the stage, but the sold-out theatre of fans barely budged. Firemen came to investigate and determined the venue was safe.

The show continued with a mix of Brooks & Dunn hits (“My Maria,” “Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” “I Believe”) and tracks from Dunn’s solo album, including his new single “Let The Cowboy Rock.”

Proceeds benefited the historic venue.

Franklin Firefighter David Hickel, and Dunn. Photo: Josepha Cheong

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