Lawd have mercy, talk about a honky tonk heater…
Ronnie Dunn just dropped a new music video for his song “Two Steppers, Waltzes, and Shuffles,” which was a solo write by him and included on the tracklist for his recent studio album 100 Proof Neon.
The whole album is full of that iconic late ’80s and ’90s country sound that his duo, Brooks & Dunn, are known for, and Ronnie previously noted that the whole album was inspired by little honky tonks and beer joints in Texas and Oklahoma.
And while I could go on and on about my favorite’s, like his cover of “The Blade,” or his duet with Parker McCollum on “Road to Abilene,” this new tune will certainly get you in the mood to hit your local dive bar or honky tonk.
And the video is very apropos, as we find Ronnie where he’s most comfortable, tearing it up at the local bar as people two step, waltz and shuffle the night away.
Make sure you check it out, the man has still got it:
“Road to Abilene”