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Believe was released in Oct 2005 and became a #1 in 2006 as well as winning numerous awards.
The song was co-written by Ronnie Dunn and in 2019 they recorded the song once more with Kane Brown in 2019 with it reaching #42 on the charts.
This one was a high sing for me and I had some vocal issues that day but you'll notice here that the rhythm should be down down up down up and repeat. However in this one, my rhythm is not consistent. You can play an up stroke in place of a downstroke and here, I'm doing that often. No lead in this one but a few riffs here and there.
The chords here are A, E/Ab, Gbm, A7, D, Esus, A, Bm, Dbm, Gbm/F, Gbm/E, B7 and a Gmaj7. Not your typical Brooks And Dunn chords country tune.
Boot Scootin Boogie was the song that got all of the line dancers out on the floor.
The original Brooks and Dunn chords for this is an E, A and B7. But it's so darn high that in my version I had to take it down to a D.
The rhythm here is a steady down up down up as you play through the three chords and use a walking bass riff throughout. I'm also in Drop D tuning for this song. I have a separate page on Boot Scootin Boogie Chords here.
The chords I'm using here are D, A and G.
Brooks & Dunn put this song Hangin Round The Mistletoe on their 2002 Christmas album entitled "It Won't Be Christmas Without You". There are many Christmas standards on this album. The song itself peaked at #47 on the holiday charts back in 2002.
This is a fast paced walking bass type of tune and is obviously a seasonal number. This one is in standard tuning and has a picking section in the middle for the guitar. Rhythm wise you'll be playing a down up down up all the way playing the walking bass, which is explained in the full lesson.
Up until the ending, it's only a D, A and an E chord but then you'll need a D7 and Ddim to finish off the song.
This song Heart Letting Go from Ronnie Dunn's has a unique rhythm patten to it from traditional country songs.
The original key here is with a capo on the 3rd making this one a high sing for me, but you can always slide the capo down or off altogether.
The rhythm here is a down up stop up down up stop up and by "stop" I mean drum snare, so if you mute the strings you'll catch the vibe in the rhythm. There is a bit of melody picking in the break.
Played with the D, Bm, G and A chords, you can also hammer-on the D and Bm chords as you'll see in the demo. I have a separate Heart Letting Go Chords page here.
Not saying anything negative about Kix Brooks and his singing ability, but of the five singles released from their 1992 debut album, this one only peaked at #6 while the other four were all number one hits. I wonder if Ronnie Dunn ever ribs him about that fact. Kix Brooks co-wrote this song with Don Cook.
Back in 1973, Louis (B. W.) Stevenson and Daniel Moore co-wrote this song and when it was released, peaked at #9 on the pop charts. Many years later in 1997, Brooks And Dunn took the song to #1 with their great updated version. Don't forget to download the free Brooks and Dunn chords sheet.
This song was the 2nd single from their 1992 debut album and was written by Brooks And Dunn and Don Cook. It was a #1 hit song on the charts.
Another #1 from their debut album back in 1992 and written by Ronnie Dunn. This song also spawned the duo's first music video. For their 1019 "Reboot" album, they recorded this one again with Kacey Lee Musgraves.
Kix Brooks had a hand in co-writing this song with two other writers and managed another #1 hit when this one hit the airwaves in 2001. It wasn't meant to be a political song or have any reference to Sept 11th 2001, but it did as time went on.
A radio station switched their format to country and used this song as their opener to the public, showcasing their admiration from the Brooks and Dunn Brooks and Dunn greatest songs catalog.
This song was from a movie called Billy The Early Years back in 2009. Christian rocked Mac Powell colaborated on this song which peaked at #55 on the US Country Charts.
This song was also featured on the Brooks & Dunn 2002 Christmas album entitled "It Won't Be Christmas Without You". Santa's Coming Over To Your House was not released as a holiday single. Kix Brooks co-wrote this song with Nashville writer and producer Don Kirby Cook.
Another great tune from the pen of Ronnie Dunn which reached #1 on the charts in both the USA and Canada in 1993.
In 1995 the duo released their 3rd album called "Waitin On Sundown" and this song was a single from the album and peaked at #1. It was written by Brooks and Dunn and Don Cook.
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