Ronnie Dunn Releases Tracklist For ‘100 Proof Neon,’ Featuring His Own Version Of Triston Marez’s “Where The Neon Lies”

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Oh I’m pumped for this album.

Ronnie Dunn has been teasing his upcoming solo album, 100 Proof Neon, for awhile now.

Back a few months ago he dropped the lead single, a honky tonker called “Broken Neon Hearts,” and also revealed during an appearance on our Whiskey Riff Raff podcast that the album would feature a duet with Parker McCollum, a song we now know is called “Road to Abilene.”

Then he dropped “Honky Tonk Town” with Jake Worthington while also revealing that the full album would finally be released on July 29.

And now we’ve got the full tracklist – including another song that we’ve already heard before.

The album will feature Ronnie’s own version of “Where the Neon Lies,” a song from Triston Marez that was originally released as a duet with Ronnie on Triston’s incredible self-titled debut album.

I’ve probably listened to the song a thousand times since it was released because it’s so damn good, and it’s a shame that it never really got the love that it deserved. It was pretty high up in my top-listened songs on Spotify last year, it’s just that good.

So it’s pretty cool to see Ronnie liked the song enough to record his own version of it, and that a legend like Ronnie Dunn is giving so much love to all of these great up-and-coming artists.

And obviously Triston was pretty pumped about it too…

From what we’ve heard of the new album so far I think we know exactly what we’re going to get from Ronnie Dunn: Real, classic, honky-tonk country music.

And I can’t wait to hear the rest of it – especially his solo version of “Where the Neon Lies.”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock