Dierks Bentley Blasts “Burning Man” to Country Radio Today



Already Praised by Critics as Bentley’s “Most Affecting Song” (Rolling Stone), the New Single Off No. One Selling Ninth Studio Album THE MOUNTAIN Follows 17 Career Chart Toppers

TN – Jun. 25, 2018 – Multi-PLATINUM singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley’s
“Burning Man” (featuring Brothers Osborne) from his No. One selling
album THE MOUNTAIN was released as his next single at Country radio today. 

song hits hard on so many levels for me and having Brothers Osborne be a
part of it makes it even better,” said Bentley. “This has become one of
my favorite moments in our live show and I can’t wait to see the crowds
reaction over the rest of the summer.”

Reaching a new creative high, Bentley co-wrote 10 of the album’s 13
tracks off his seventh chart-topping No. One album THE MOUNTAIN (Capitol
Records Nashville), which earned him the highest debut sales of his
career. Its “quality music with depth and sincerity” (NPR) is
unified by themes of presence and positivity while ranging in style
from textured rock to acoustic folk. The Arizona native has amassed
nearly five billion digital streams, countless additional nominations
from the ACM, CMA and Billboard Music Awards while earning 13 GRAMMY nominations
– including at least one stemming from each of his last six albums.
Bentley will continue to bring an “energy-packed atmosphere” (Washington Post) to
venues and amphitheaters on his 2018 MOUNTAIN HIGH TOUR throughout the
summer. For more information and a list of upcoming tour dates visit

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