Ronnie Dunn Hopes to Grow His Indie Label, Little Will-E Records

The Iconic voice behind Brooks & Dunn hopes to grow his fledgling label to house other like-minded, independently-spirited artists on the rise.

Ronnie Dunn just doesn't quite know how to turn things off when it comes to his career as a country music singer. He just released his latest album, Peace, Love and Country Music, and now, he is looking to do even more with music, but not limiting it to just his own.

"I've been trying to get my hands around a business model that would bring other artists into the fold and make it work for them and be fair," says Dunn, who is owner of independent record label, Little Will-E Records. "I don't want to call the LWR a label; I want to call it a musical alliance where you take artists who are pretty savy to web practice and Internet and know how to use that who are still organic and real at the same time, which is a hard combination to find these days."

So what exactly will he  be on the look for? "You can find kids and people who can go out there and make stuff sound great and look great on the Internet, but can they perform it live?" asks the singer-businessman. "If we can find a way to make the deals fair and keep our overhead low and get them the exposure they need, I think we'll be onto something."

In the meantime, for your Ronnie Dunn fix, pick up his new album, available through his official website,