Sticking with the theme of cold beers, Dierks Bentley released the music video for his new song 'Tip It on Back.' The song tells the story of a dying small town, and how residents can cope with the loss of their favorite businesses and homes by tipping back a beer. With images of for sale signs and happy families losing their property, the video runs deeper than a typical clip about beer drinking.
Warning: Don't watch Dierks Bentley's new 'Grab a Beer' video if you're really thirsty. Close-up shots of the bubbly cold stuff combined with a montage of Bentley rocking out on stage and in the studio will make you want to stop what you're doing, kick back and crack open a cold one. As if the song isn't obvious enough, in the video for 'Grab a Beer,' Bentley has no qualms about demonstrating how much he loves a cold beer.
Dierks Bentley surprised fans with this slow and sexy love song from the 'Modern Day Drifter' album in 2005. Prior to this single, he was known for his rowdy, rambling country jams like 'What Was I Thinkin'' and 'Lot of Leavin' Left to Do.' Steam comes from the speakers when this song is playing. The singer proves to be one of the more passionate vocalists in Nashville.
The crowd at LP Field was dedicated to Dierks Bentley, and they showed up with signs and billboards to support the '5-1-5-0' singer during his set at the CMA Music Festival in June. Bentley performed his hit for ABC cameras, and on Monday night, fans who couldn't get to Nashville got to see the results on the 'Country's Night to Rock' special.
Despite being outnumbered 3-to-1, Craig Campbell had no trouble knocking off Gloriana during yesterday's Showdown. His new song 'Outta My Head' is proving to be a hit with fans. He's called upon them to support the first single from his upcoming album and they've responded in large numbers. That means more airplay for Campbell tonight on Taste of Country Nights radio as he takes on a new challenger.
The best songs on country radio typically stem from co-writes where everybody has a good time. That was the case for Dierks Bentley's 'Tip It on Back' lyrics. Penned by Tully Kennedy (who is also the bass player in Jason Aldean's live and studio band, as well as co-producer of Thompson Square), Jon Nite and Ross Copperman, the tune came to life as the latest single from Bentley's 'Home' album.
Eric Church and Dierks Bentley are just two of more than a dozen artists slated to pay tribute to Levon Helm with 'Love for Levon,' a star-studded benefit concert that will help support the eternal legacy of the late musician by allowing his estate keep ownership of his home, barn and studio, and to continue the Midnight Ramble Sessions.
EPs are often like movie sequels in that they often feel like a ploy to make a few dollars instead of a chance for an artist to expand upon a theme. Much like 'Empire Strikes Back,' and more recently, 'Toy Story 2', Dierks Bentley's 'Country and Cold Cans' proves to be an exception.
It's something that every artist dreams about, but now Dierks Bentley doesn't have to dream anymore because it's a reality. This week (Aug. 16), Bentley and his band played to a sold out crowd at Morrison, Colo.'s iconic Red Rocks Amphithetre to a total of 9,450 fans who came to party.
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