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Country Music's Most Recognizable Voice, Ronnie Dunn, to Perform at Coors Field


The celebration of the Colorado Rockies 20th Anniversary season continues on Sunday, September 22 when Country Music Icon Ronnie Dunn brings his music to home plate for a postgame concert at Coors Field. Dunn takes center stage following the Rockies and Arizona Diamondbacks game scheduled for a first pitch at 2:10 p.m. MDT. The concert will be free to all fans with a ticket to that day's game.

Dunn, whose voice has helped define the soundtrack of country music for two decades, is known for being half of the duo Brooks and Dunn. In 2011, Dunn began working as a solo artist and he released his self-titled debut album that reached the Top 10 with the lead-off single, "Bleed Red," and can currently be heard on radio airwaves with his new single, "Kiss You There."

Dunn has won more than 20 Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI) awards, including Country Music Songwriter of the Year in 1996 and 2001. He has received more than 27 ACM awards for Top Vocal Duo, including three Entertainers of the Year awards. He is a member of both the Oklahoma and Arkansas Music Hall of Fames. Brooks and Dunn won more Country Music Association awards and Academy of Country Music awards than any act in the history of Country Music.

Individual tickets for the game on September 22, and for the remainder of the Rockies 2013 home schedule are available at all Rockies ticket outlets including www.rockies.com, the Coors Field Ticket Office, Rockies Dugout Stores, at all King Soopers Stores, and Special Group Pricing is available by calling (303) ROCKIES.

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