Dierks Bentley assembled a group of top-notch country performers to kick off the 2015 Country Radio Seminar, the yearly gathering of radio executives and journalists in Nashville.

Bentley and his gang entertained guests at the Stage, a honky-tonk on Broadway, on Wednesday night (Feb. 25). Operating under the moniker Hot Country Knights, Bentley and his special guests covered some of the biggest country songs from the 1990s.

Randy Houser showed up in an epic wig to belt out "Watermelon Crawl" and "Too Cold at Home." Miranda Lambert showed up to perform a spirited version of Shania Twain's "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under." Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley also joined in on the fun, and Kip Moore performed David Lee Murphy's "Dust in the Bottle."

Bentley announced his plans for the band in January. He adopted the alter ego of Douglas "Big Rhythm Doug” Douglason, "a hugely below average star in the adult-jpeg-straight-to-free-download-soft-core industry" who sports a marvelous mullet.

Bentley will embark on his Sounds of Summer tour in June, along with special guests Moore, Maddie & Tae and Canaan Smith. Visit Bentley's website for more information about his upcoming tour.

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