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  • Dierks Bentley Was Thinking No. 1 with This Song

    In 2003, Dierks Bentley co-wrote (with Brett Beavers and Deric Ruttan) and recorded a song that would soon kick off his career in ways that no aspiring star can imagine. The song was “What Was I Thinkin’?” and the magnitude of it was something Bentley never could have predicted. “What Was I Thinkin’?” was the lead […]

  • Dierks Bentley Releases New Song for “Only the Brave” Soundtrack

    Dierks Bentley has long honored the Granite Mountain Hotshots in a variety of ways, paying homage to the group of men that were killed near his hometown of Phoenix, Arizona. Now, the No. 1 singer-songwriter and country music superstar has combined his talent with his appreciation for the fallen firefighters with participation in the soundtrack […]

  • The Day Dierks Bentley Hit the Scene


    On this day in 2003, just 14 years ago, Capitol records released Dierks Bentley’s self-titled debut album. Thank goodness. The album gave us three singles, “What Was I Thinkin’”, “My Last Name”, “How Am I Doin’.” ‘What Was I Thinking” served as the lead off single from the record, and it gave the artist his […]

  • Dierks Bentley Asks ‘What the Hell Did I Say’


    Country superstar Dierks Bentley has released the fourth single from Black, “What the Hell Did I Say.” It also happens to be the name of his ongoing summer tour. The official video for the track includes some live footage of the singer and his fans living that party lifestyle. This is the second video released […]

  • If You Call Dierks Bentley, Don’t Expect Him to Answer

    Hey Dierks Bentley fans, we have a little bad news for you. Well, at least for those of you who have somehow gotten your hands on Bentley’s iPhone number. The country music superstar, who sidelines as a pilot and adventure seeker, posted on social media earlier this week that he would be disappearing from cyberspace […]

  • Dierks Bentley Announces New Single, ‘What the Hell Did I Say’

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    On Monday (June 26), Dierks Bentley officially announced his latest single, “What the Hell Did I Say.” The country singer—that of whom is still knee-deep in celebration mode from his three consecutive chart-topping singles— specifically selected the new single in hopes to show fans how much he appreciates their ongoing support throughout his musical journey. Bentley calls the […]

  • Dierks Bentley, Kelsea Ballerini and More to Participate in 8th Annual ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp

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    The 8th Annual ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp, a week-long residential program open to campers nationwide, talented in music, with Williams syndrome kicked off today (June 22). The camp has a dual purpose of studying Williams syndrome while providing music enrichment through education and performance. The ACM Lifting Lives funds the costs of the Camp, enabling the Vanderbilt Kennedy […]

  • Let’s Look Back at Dierks Bentley’s Earliest Hits

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    Dierks Bentley has stayed at the top of the charts recently with hits like “Somewhere on a Beach” and “Black,” but those are far from his first rodeo. From the time he released “What Was I Thinkin’” in 2003, he’s been making some pretty great music– and it looks like the fans agree! Check out […]

  • Dierks Bentley Is Forced to Cancel a Show

    Dierks Bentley has to cancel a show

    Dierks Bentley may be a “Riser” when he’s faced with tough times, but he also knows when he needs to slow down. The singer recently shared that he was having some troubles with illness, and unfortunately that led to a disappointing turn of events for some of his fans. “I have to cancel tomorrow’s show […]

  • Let’s Get Drunk On a Plane with Dierks Bentley

    What party song in the recent past was more catchy, more fun, and could get country music fans’ altitude higher than Dierks Bentley‘s “Drunk On a Plane“? Bentley released the song, co-written with Josh Kear and Chris Tompkins, in 2014 on his Riser album, and made 7A the premier seat on any aircraft — but especially a rockin’ […]