Dierks Bentley's much-anticipated 2012 new album has been more or less completed since early this year, but the singer wasn't ready to let it hit his fans' ears until it was as polished and primed as could be. Now that it's up to Bentley's standards, he can unleash the beast: 'Home' will debut on Feb. 7, 2012.
Brantley Gilbert scored the biggest Showdown victory ever last week. His new song 'You Don't Know Her Like I Do' topped Jake Owen's 'Alone With You' by a 3-to-1 margin, meaning he's halfway to having his song retired in the Taste of Country Showdown Hall of Fame.
Dierks Bentley's highly-anticipated sixth studio album, 'Home,' is set to hit stores on Feb. 7, 2012. To help fans ready for the release date, Bentley and his label, Capitol Records, have revealed the track listing for 'Home.'
Dierks Bentley is known as country music's biggest hockey fan -- aside from Carrie Underwood, but that's for a different reason -- and he recently was on hand to witness one of the greatest goals ever caught on video. Unfortunately, Nashville Predators star Shea Weber's tally did nothing to help his team win.
Dierks Bentley's songs have consistently alternated between rowdy party anthems and deeply sensual love tunes; few artists can pull off both with such proficiency. He's been nothing if not an original since debuting in 2003. 'Wh
The long-awaited sixth studio album from Dierks Bentley will be in stores early next year. Bentley announced that the CD 'Home' will be released on Feb. 7, featuring his most recent No. 1 hit 'Am I the Only One' as well as his current single, 'Home.'
Dierks Bentley recently chatted with Parade, and the 'Home' singer spoke about his personal ties to the military, his great sense of patriotism, and his work with the Wounded Warriors Project. In addition to discussing his ties with the armed services, Bentley also dished some details on his upcoming album.
Dierks Bentley's latest headlining trek, the Country and Cold Cans Tour, will soon be enjoyed by fans outside of the United States when the first leg of the tour wraps next month. Starting on Feb. 15, Bentley will kick off the Canadian portion of the tour in British Columbia, eventually heading Down Under for five headlining shows with Australian country star Lee Kernaghan.
Dierks Bentley held his sixth annual Miles For Music celebrity motorcyle ride and concert in Nashville recently, and fans got a surprise when Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley hopped onstage to join Bentley during his headlining set. The pair traded vocals on 'How Am I Doin'' before Kelley sang solo on 'Long Trip Alone.'
Dierks Bentley's new single, 'Home,' has quickly become a proud anthem in the life and career of the singer-songwriter. The new tune has touched many of Bentley's fans and has now been hand-picked by the Arizona Centennial Commission to serve as its official song for the state’s 100 year celebration.
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