brooks & dunn

The Flatts Do Double Duty
December 1, 2006
Rascal Flatts became only the third country act to have the number one song on both the Adult Contemporary chart and the Country Singles chart in the same week with two different songs.
A First For Brooks & Dunn
November 29, 1994
Brooks & Dunn's Brand New Man becomes the first album by a country duo certified quadruple-platinum, while their Hard Workin' Man album goes triple-platinum.
Start Of Something Great
November 18, 1988
Tulsa, Oklahoma, singer Ronnie Dunn won the Marlboro Country Music National Talent Contest, which led to a publishing deal in Nashville, which led to a meeting with songwriter Kix Brooks, which led to the formation of Brooks & Dunn.
Top Song Of 00's
November 13, 2010
Alan Jackson's "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)" ranks #1 as CMT debuts 40 Greatest Songs Of The Decade.
Perry's Win Young
November 9, 2011 
"If I Die Young," wins Song and Single of the Year for The Band Perry and songwriter Kimberly Perry at the 45th annual Country Music Association awards.
Burnette Reigns Supreme
November 7, 2001
The T Bone Burnett-produced O Brother, Where Are Thou? wins Album of the Year and one of its tracks, The Soggy Bottom Boys' "I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow," gets Single of the Year during the 35th Country Music Association awards in Nashville.

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