Kacey Musgraves Sings “Neon Moon” on Brooks & Dunn’s New “Reboot” Album, Cody Johnson Tackles “Red Dirt Road”

Kacey Musgraves Sings “Neon Moon” on Brooks & Dunn’s New “Reboot” Album, Cody Johnson Tackles “Red Dirt Road”

Last week, Brooks & Dunn revealed they will release their new album, Reboot, on April 5.

The album features an all-star cast of artists performing with country’s greatest duo, including Kacey Musgraves, Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett, Brett Young, Lanco, Ashley McBryde, Midland, Luke Combs, Brothers Osborne, Cody Johnson, Jon Pardi and Tyler Booth.

While the full track listing hasn’t been revealed yet, two songs have been released: Luke Combs’ “Brand New Man” and Kane Brown’s “Believe.”

In a recent interview on Nash Nights Live, Ronnie Dunn and Kix Brooks revealed a few more tidbits about the new album, including: Kacey Musgraves sings “Neon Moon,” while Cody Johnson performs “Red Dirt Road.”

“Cody Johnson sang on ‘Red Dirt Road,’” says Kix. “Of all the cuts, it’s probably the most different, maybe except for ‘Neon Moon’ that Kacey Musgraves did, which she had already done her own arrangement. But, man, Cody’s voice is so cowboy and honest. Cody really stepped up. He’s a cool addition to our format. Texas has found him already. I like what he’s doing.”

“He killed it,” added Ronnie.

Kacey has been performing “Neon Moon” during her live show for a number of years.

The new album will be Brooks & Dunn’s first studio album since 2007’s Cowboy Town. Brooks & Dunn have more than a dozen upcoming tour dates scheduled, including six shows in Vegas this summer with Reba McEntire.

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