Reba, Brooks & Dunn Open Up About Quitting Vegas Residency

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The trio come clean when an interviewer asks them about calling it quits, and their response will have you cheering!

Already having been one of the star attractions in Las Vegas for more than a year, Reba McEntire alongside her country pals Brooks & Dunn opened up to Rolling Stone about where they see the end for their boot-stomping residency at Caesar’s Palace.

The publication stated that all three artists stopped by the Nashville studio separately and the magazine asked them all the same question: “Is there any end in sight to your Las Vegas residency?” 

All three country superstars gave them the same answer: a hearty “no!”

Ronnie Dunn, though, revealed a little bit more about the true length of their time in Vegas and gave country fans everywhere hope that they will get a chance to see these three icons on the famous Sin City stage!

“We went in for a year [initially], and they renegotiated and asked us to do two more years,” Dunn reaveals of the residency that started just over a year ago. “So we’ll go into 2017, maybe parts of 2018 . . . No end in sight.”

This isn’t the first time these three have shared the stage before – in fact, they’ve performed so much together that many people consider them a package deal! Admittedly, they say that there aren’t any talks of future projects beyond a small set of shows for Canada and completing their Vegas residency.

Watch Rolling Stone’s full report on the country trio below!