Country music star Dierks Bentley wrapped his Country & Cold Cans: Back to College Tour Wed. night when he and a sea of fans stormed Ole Miss’ legendary tailgating grounds, The Grove. The college leg of the tour hit two additional SEC campuses this week, The University of Georgia and The University of South Carolina, to toast the release of Bentley’s new COUNTRY & COLD CANS EP that is now available on iTunes. “This week was a total blast…the shows were killer, and the crowds were big and loud. I think having a BYOB set up probably helped that," laughed Bentley.
Multi-Platinum selling country star Dierks Bentley was joined by a sold out crowd of over 9,450 rowdy country fans last night at the striking Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. The naturally formed amphitheatre is known for its perfect acoustics and has hosted some of music’s biggest names including The Beatles and U2.“Red Rocks is right there at the top of every artist’s bucket list to play,” said Bentley.
Coming off the heels of his 10th No. one hit as a songwriter and artist, country music star Dierks Bentley reaches for a cold one with his new single “Tip It On Back,” available at country radio beginning today. Fans can download a special edit of “Tip It On Back” on iTunes as part of Bentley’s upcoming COUNTRY & COLD CANS EP out Aug. 21.“Tip It On Back,” written by Ross Copperman, Tully Kennedy and Jon Nite, chases three consecutive No.
Award winning singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley is raising a glass to the end of summer with the release of a four song EP titled COUNTRY & COLD CANS at iTunes on Aug. 21. Produced by Jaren Johnston, the EP was inspired by the crowd-favorite title track and tour by the same name that recently wrapped legs in the US, Canada and Australia.With the help of college students, Bentley will kick tailgating season off at three SEC campuses to celebrate the new music in a limited COUNTRY AND COLD CANS: BACK TO COLLEGE TOUR with special guest The Cadillac Black.
Multi-Platinum selling country artist Dierks Bentley celebrates his 10th career No. one song as an artist and songwriter today as his foot-stomping hit “5-1-5-0” tops both the Billboard and Mediabase charts.“I have to admit, it's been a 5150 kinda summer,” said Bentley.