Ronnie Dunn isn’t ready to retire. The 60-year-old, who spent 20 years as half of Brooks & Dunn before releasing one record on Sony Music Nashville, has joined forces with a new label, HitShop Records, to release his new single, ‘Kiss You There.’

"This partnership is a slam dunk, natural evolution of our belief in Ronnie's unmatched talent,” Skip Bishop, President of HitShop Records, says in a press release. “He is undoubtedly the most recognizable voice in country music and has raised the bar with new remarkable, cutting-edge material and production! Ronnie's contemporary musical brilliance is a perfect match for HitShop's new model.”

The singer took to his Facebook page to share his vision for his upcoming project. “I think you are going to like what you see and hear,” he promised. “We are going to make music available to you in different and unique ways. Our goal is to create a MUSIC CULTURE, guided by a lifestyle philosophy. There are no rules.”

‘Kiss You There’ is already climbing the charts, even though its official release date isn’t until July 29. Dunn debuted the song during CMA Music Fest in June. It is the advance single from an album that he plans to release in November. He has not yet revealed the title, cover art or track listing for that project.