They had a long trek together -- 10 studio albums, one Christmas album and three compilation albums -- before announcing their retirement as a group in and performing a final concert in September With 20 No. The three singers debuted the song at the ACM Awards. From the duo's third album, Waitin' on Sundown , this track is unique, as it is only their third single to feature Brooks on lead vocals. The narrator of the song explains that he's been feeling mistreated by his lover as of late, telling her that there's not a chance their relationship will make it if he's the only one trying.
"You're Going to Miss Me When I'm Gone"
Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn. Photo Credit: allmusic. Though Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn are no longer an active duo, their music lives on through plethora of classic, poignant, nostalgic hits. Their tandem is simply and truly the best of country music. Hence, the writer has decided to select 10 songs although ten is not enough of the duo. The unorthodox single selection hit the top for three week in the spring of , and netted the duo a Grammy Award, as well. It was their seventh No. The duo poured themselves into the lyrics about a woman who is about to take the first step of independence from a philandering lover. Yes, it was a heartbreak song, for sure, but one that you could very much get out on the dance floor and at least revel in your misery. That road ran through every major event in my young life… and who would think a kid growing up like that, going to Bible college, would end up here?
"That Ain't No Way to Go"
Along the way, however, they never forgot their roots and always made music that truly mattered. The bouncy rhythm of the music juxtaposes nicely against the longing of the lyric. This classic perfectly captures that inescapable feeling of hitting rock bottom, using the neon moon as the lonesome confidant. Originally a hit for B. Stevenson, the award-winning duo took on the song with sweetness and command. They shake loose the gravelly, rollicking-rock production, lifting up the lyrics with more oomph and polish.