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JEKYLL ISLAND, Ga. –  (Monday, July 1, 2013) Enjoy a weekend of music, food and fun on Jekyll Island this August for Rodney Atkins’ America’s Heroes Celebration Weekend.  Dedicated to the brave men and women who serve in our nation’s military, this weekend celebration will bring together families and friends for several exciting events including a spotlight for one of the biggest names in country music.
Throughout the weekend of August 16 – 18, artists will perform at a variety of venues around the island, ending with a concert from country music all-star Rodney Atkins.  On Sunday, August 18, Atkins will rock the stage of the Jekyll Island Convention Center to entertain crowds in a mega-salute to the men and women of our military.
The east Tennessee-native will rock the Jekyll Island Convention Center stage with songs off his yet-to-be-released new album, in addition to hits such as “Take a Back Road,” “Farmer’s Daughter” and “These are My People.”  Atkins will take the stage at 5 p.m., following opening act Rose Falcon, who will begin at 4 p.m.
Tickets will go on sale at 9 p.m. Monday, July 1. Advance tickets will be $39 for General Admission, $29 for Military Appreciation General Admission, $54 for Regular Reserved Seating, and $44 for Military Appreciation Reserved Seating.  Only a limited amount of tickets will be sold.
More about the Weekend:
On Friday, August 16, the Jekyll Island Club Hotel and Morgan Center will host the Carolina Breakers for the Golden Isles Shag Club’s annual Shag-A-Ganza.  You can catch them again on Saturday at the free Jekyll Island Beach Party alongside DJ Wayne Bennett while enjoying cool libations, food and games.  Later that night, headliner Dean Torrence, of Jan & Dean Torrence, will light up the stage at the Jekyll Island Convention Center at 7 p.m. For more information and tickets, click here.
Make sure to head to the beach at 9:30 p.m. to honor our American heroes with a fireworks display that is free and open to the public.  The display will be held near Great Dune Park.
The beach party will continue on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., followed by the highlight of the weekend: a live show from Rodney Atkins dedicated to Active Duty and Veterans of all military branches.

Ronnie Dunn Jim Arndt June 2013

Dunn Debuts New Music During CMA Music Fest;
“Country This” and “Kiss You There” Now Available on iTunes
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Thursday, June 6, 2013 – Country music superstar Ronnie Dunn surprised fans in downtown Nashville for CMA Music Festival activities last night when he performed four songs on the rooftop patio of Rippy’s Bar and Grill on lower Broadway. The performance happened as fans were departing the Bridgestone Arena after watching the CMT Awards. Dunn debuted four new songs:  “Country This,” “Kiss You There,” “Cowgirls Rock ‘N’ Roll” and “Peace, Love and Country Music.”  During “Kiss You There,” a flash mob took over Broadway for an impromptu dance to the delight of the crowd.  Both “Country This” and “Kiss You There” can be downloaded exclusively on iTunes. To view the performance and flashmob, click here.
As Dunn told USA Today, “I’m more excited about where music is today than I ever have been. We no longer have to play by rules

Ronnie Dunn – Photo Credit – Jon-Paul Photography

because there are no rules. The band and crew snuck in and set-up to ambush the unsuspecting crowd coming out of the CMT Awards.  We don’t have a clue what we’re doing, but we’re having fun and working overtime to come up with unorthodox ways to get music to people who simply like music. I hope that those of you who rambled into the line of fire had a good time!”
In addition to the performance, screens covered the buildings between Fourth and Fifth Avenues broadcasting the performance with #countrythis and #kissyouthere covering the buildings and the roof of the historic Ryman Auditorium. 
Inside Rippy’s bar, Dunn gave away over 1,000 hangover patches for indulgent CMA Music Festival attendees.
In-between tour dates, Dunn is writing songs and working on a new album expected in stores this fall.  For more information, visit

Photo Credit – Jon-Paul Photography