Popular country music singer Ronnie Dunn took to social media on Monday even to share a heartwarming video with his many fans and followers.
Dunn, formerly of the country music duo Brooks & Dunn, posted a video the both Instagram and Twitter. It shows a baseball team happily dancing and singing to the Brooks & Dunn hit song, “Neon Moon.” Some of the players are even using their baseball bats as guitars.
Take a look at the awesome video below:
Written by Ronnie Dunn, “Neon Moon” tells the tale of a man feeling down and out after the woman he loves left him. He got a table of two at a rundown bar where he sits alone and thinks about how he lost his significant other. But most notably, he found himself spending most of his nights finding some comfort from “the light of a neon moon.”
“I spend most every night, beneath the light of a neon moon. If you lose your one and only, there’s always room here for the lonely. To watch your broken dreams dance in and out of the beams of a neon moon,” the lyrics go.
The song originally saw its release by Brooks & Dunn in 1992 as the third single from their debut album Brand New Man. “Neon Moon” became the duo’s third consecutive No. 1 single on US Hot Country Songs charts. It also peaked at No. 1 on Canada Country Tracks charts.
Our very own Marty Smith saw the video and it brought a smile to his face. He reposted it to his official Twitter account on Monday evening.
“That is spectacular,” Smith wrote. “You can’t help but smile!!”
Kix Brooks Speaks Out About Ronnie Dunn Defending Blake Shelton
Speaking of Marty Smith and members of Brooks & Dunn, it wasn’t that long ago that Kix Brooks addressed a controversial situation in our “The Road You Leave Behind with Marty Smith” podcast.
Blake Shelton first debuted his new single, “Minimum Wage” back during NBC’s New Year’s Eve celebration event. However, critics of the song say its lyrics “tone-deaf.”
That’s when Ronnie Dunn gave his thoughts defending his fellow country star.
“The ‘beef’ is yet another of those misguided social issues (cultural scams) that are concocted to further divide this country,” Dunn shared in a tweet. “I’m putting my money on the common sense of the common man to call bullsh-t on the forces at work to keep this country divided.”