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DIERKS BENTLEY SOLD-OUT NASHVILLE

DIERKS
BENTLEY’S FIRST-EVER HEADLINING NASHVILLE BRIDGESTONE ARENA SHOW KEEPS
SOLD-OUT CROWD ON THEIR FEET UNTIL THE VERY LAST NOTE ON OPENING WEEKEND
OF 2017 WHAT THE HELL WORLD TOUR

The Monumental Night Included Surprise Guest Elle King

NASHVILLE,
TN – Jan. 21, 2017 – As Multi-PLATINUM singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley
stepped on Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena stage tonight for the first
time as a headliner, he immediately earned a deafening welcome from a
sold-out crowd in Music City, that stayed on their feet for more than
two hours until the very last note. 

“You
have no idea how much this night meant to me and the guys. This is a
Stanley Cup…game seven of the World Series kind of night,” said Bentley.
“I have my home team, my home crowd and I hope to leave the stage with
no voice as a sign I did the job right. Thank you for making this one of
the best nights of my life.”

Between
chart-topping hits that kicked off his career like “What Was I
Thinking’” to his current critically acclaimed “Black,” Bentley
surprised fans when collaborator and friend Elle King joined him onstage
to perform the CMA award-winning and GRAMMY nominated No. One hit
“Different For Girls.” After challenging himself to covering George
Strait each night of the tour, Bentley invited opener Jon Pardi back for
“Carrying Your Love With Me,” before Cole Swindell returned for his
latest single “Flatliner” with Bentley. To cap off the night, the
encore’s “Drunk On A Plane” included Kelsea Ballerini, King, Swindell
and Pardi. 

Bentley
is known for getting “stronger and stronger with every release and is
one of the few artists that can go from bluegrass to country” (Billboard) as he recently released his eight studio album BLACK. The title-track from Bentley’s “most fully-formed LP of his career” (TIME)
serves as his latest single, while its music video serves as a
“passionate storyline” with the “perfect accompaniment to the personal
message of both the song and the album” (Rolling Stone).
After debuting at the No. One position on Billboard’s Top Albums Chart
and Top Country Albums chart, the critically-acclaimed album has already
spawned two No. One hits, the PLATINUM certified chart-topping hit
“Somewhere On A Beach” and GOLD and GRAMMY nominated “Different For
Girls” featuring Elle King. Bentley has now amassed 15 No. one songs, 13
GRAMMY nominations and is a recent CMA Award winner for Vocal Event of
the Year. “The bluegrass  picker,  the  love  song  singer  and  the
stadium rocker all packaged together” (Associated Press)
has been a Grand Ole Opry member for over a decade and “has developed a
rapport with his fans as a live performer that artists possessing 10
times as much headlining experience can’t boast” (Charlotte Observer). For more information and a full list of 2017 WHAT THE HELL TOUR dates, visit www.dierks.com.

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