Music video by Ronnie Dunn performing Ain't No Trucks In Texas. C) 2015 NASH Icon Records.
Ronnie Gene Dunn (born June 1, 1953) is an American country music singer-songwriter and record executive. In 2011, Dunn began working as a solo artist following the breakup of Brooks & Dunn. He released his self-titled debut album for Arista Nashville on June 7, 2011, reaching the Top 10 with its lead-off single "Bleed Red". In 2013, after leaving Arista Nashville in 2012, Dunn founded Little Will-E Records.
Album: Tattooed Heart (2015). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This song written by Wendell Mobley, Tony Martin and Neil Thrasher finds Ronnie Dunn reflecting on a lost love and denial of true feelings. We really wanted to do something simple and poignant," Dunn said. It was released by Dunn as his first single, after inking a new deal with Nash Icon Records, a partnership between Big Machine and Cumulus Media. The song was produced by Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus. I was taken aback at first. I thought, 'I can't have my records sound like Rascal Flatts. More songs from 2015. Lyrics to Ain't No Trucks in Texas.
Album: Tattooed Heart, 2016. Music video by Ronnie Dunn performing Ain't No Trucks In Texas.
There ain’t no bar on the edge of town Ain’t no guitar with a lonely sound There ain’t no band playing that song About some girl that’s been gone too long.
Ronnie Dunn’s first single on Nash Icon Records doesn’t deviate far from those he recorded in 2014 as an independent artist. Ain’t No Trucks In Texas is a guitar-fueled power ballad that relies on his sterling country voice and clever phrasing. That’s a safe bet. Dunn has one of the best (if not the best) voices in country music, and he’s been around long enough to separate the gold from the straw. Ain’t No Trucks In Texas is familiar, almost to the point that you wonder if it’s a cover.
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Ronnie Dunn Just Dropped New Single, 'Ain’t No Trucks in Texas’. By Lorie Liebig4 years. If you've been wishing for new music from Ronnie Dunn, you don't have to wait any longer. It's unclear if the new release signals an upcoming album from the 62-year-old, or if the single is just a one-off project for the singer. Since he's been spending more time in the studio in recent months, it wouldn't be surprising if Dunn had a little more music up his sleeve for fans. Ronnie Dunn is currently preparing for the start of the Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together In Vegas residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Additional tickets will go on sale July 17 for the sold-out set of shows beginning in December.
Ain’t No Trucks In Texas is not just a perfect showcase for his electrifying vocal range – but also proof that the singer can keep up with the younger acts, many of whom he has influenced over the years. The production is flawless and tight, and the instrumentation is sharp from beginning to end. But, at the end of the day – make no mistake about – the star of the song is Ronnie Dunn.
Em Oh, there ain’t no trucks in Texas, C G C And I ain’t missing you Verse: G Am There ain’t no phone sitting by my drink. Em Am I don’t hope it’s you every time it rings G And I don’t care where you are. C I don’t wish you’d turn around that car. Em I don’t call your friends, I don’t want to know C G I don’t regret letting you go Chorus: G And there ain’t no trucks in Texas. C Ain’t no football in the South. Em Oh, there ain’t no trucks in Texas, C Em C Em C G C And.
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Credits:Ronnie Dunn - Primary Artist
Tony Martin - Composer
Wendell Mobley - Composer
Neil Thrasher - Composer