Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn went from behind the scenes to center stage, crack Nashville songwriters who decided to start recording their own hits and became the best-selling duo in country music history. You can thank them (or curse them) for a long string of hits that spearheaded the 1990s line-dancing craze and helped turn country into America's new classic rock. After two decades, country's answer to Hall & Oates is preparing to slide back into the shadows, so the "Last Rodeo" tour that comes to the Schott on Sunday is your last chance to "Boot Scootin' Boogie" with the best.

Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn went from behind the scenes to center stage, crack Nashville songwriters who decided to start recording their own hits and became the best-selling duo in country music history. You can thank them (or curse them) for a long string of hits that spearheaded the 1990s line-dancing craze and helped turn country into America's new classic rock. After two decades, country's answer to Hall & Oates is preparing to slide back into the shadows, so the "Last Rodeo" tour that comes to the Schott on Sunday is your last chance to "Boot Scootin' Boogie" with the best.