• December 3, 2011
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Ronnie Dunn’s “Cost of Livin'” Sets the Theme for Episodes of Dr. Phil & The Doctors


Ronnie Dunn with Dr Phil on the set of the Dr Phil Show (Photo Credit – CBS Television Distribution / photo by Robert Voets)

Ronnie Dunn has captured the feelings of people across the country with his song “Cost of Livin’” and its powerful portrayal of the human impact of the nation’s current economic challenges. Dunn recently taped episodes of “Dr. Phil” and “The Doctors,” both of which will be themed around “Cost of Livin’.” The episode of “The Doctors” will air on December 5, with the “Dr. Phil” airdate set for December 13 (check local listings).

L to R: Dr. Andrew Ordon, Dr. Jim Sears, Ronnie Dunn, Dr. Lisa Masterson, Dr. Travis Stork (Photo Credit – CBS Television Distribution/Stage 29 Productions LLC)

“Cost of Livin’,” which The New York Times hailed as “chilling,” has connected in a very emotional way with listeners whose comments are reflected on the homepage of RonnieDunn.com. One listener shares, “I can’t even begin to describe how much this song has touched my heart,” while another poignantly offers, “I don’t feel so alone anymore.”

“The feedback on the song is overwhelming,” Dunn remarked. “I’ve never had a song that’s seemingly as relevant to the times and spot on to what’s going on in America and the world right now.”

You can download “Cost of Livin'” HERE.

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