Dierks Bentley

Today, Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley announces over 30 new dates for his summer GRAVEL & GOLD TOUR, Presented By Jersey Mike’s, with Chase Rice and Lee Brice for direct support and a diverse lineup of special guests including Graham Barham, Tyler Braden, Kaitlin Butts, Mae Estes, Ella Langley, Randy Rogers Band, Zach Top, Tanner Usrey, Bella White and more. Produced by Live Nation, tickets will begin to go on sale this Friday, Feb. 16 at 10AM Local Time at Dierks.com.

Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley is gearing up for a two-night play at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater Sept. 5 and 6.  On Sept. 5, Bentley’s headlining set will be available to stream live to fans across the world on Veeps.com and the Veeps app on Roku, Apple TV, iOS, and Android starting at 10 pm CT.  Across the two nights, Bentley will welcome opening acts Ashley McBryde, The Red Clay Strays, Harper O’Neill, The Infamous Stringdusters, Tanner Usrey and Kaitlin Butts.  

Multi-Platinum artist and “undeniably entertaining” (Tennessean) Dierks Bentley today announced his return to Colorado the first week of September for two nights at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre.  On Sept. 5, Bentley will headline the night with special guests Ashley McBryde, The Red Clay Strays and Harper O’Neill.

Multi-Platinum entertainer Dierks Bentley releases “Something Real” as the new single from his tenth studio album GRAVEL & GOLD.

Country music superstar Dierks Bentley will host the 2023 NHL Awards on Monday, June 26, the National Hockey League announced today. The celebration of the League’s best regular-season performances will broadcast live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on TNT, Sportsnet and TVA Sports in the U.S. and Canada, at 8 p.m. ET. Tickets to the 2023 NHL Awards are available here.

Twenty years into one of modern Country music’s most credible careers, multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley delivers his 10th studio album GRAVEL & GOLD today. The 14-track album about perspective and self-awareness is a testament to the many strains of Country music Bentley has mastered and cultivated in his career, from the arena shaker to the barroom weeper to the bluegrass fireballer.

There comes a time in any climb up one of Colorado’s famous 14,000 foot peaks when, after a few hours of striving, you pause on a ledge, turn around, and marvel at the vista and the ground you’ve covered. That’s where Dierks Bentley finds himself, 20 years into an exceptional career in 21st century Country music, with plans to release his 10th studio album GRAVEL & GOLD on Feb. 24. It’s a diverse, 14-track album about perspective and self-awareness at many levels from the personal to the professional.

Today, Nancy Jones – the widow of George Jones – announced the one-night-only concert event “Still Playing Possum: Music and Memories of George Jones,” to honor the legacy and music of “the greatest country singer of all time”.

Multi-Platinum and award-winning singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley has always encompassed the values and sounds that have defined his authentic two-decade career. Those many strains of Country music he's mastered and cultivated span the arena shaker to the barroom weeper to the bluegrass fireballer.

On Tuesday, April 5, staples of Nashville's musical fabric Bobby Bare, Keb' Mo', Connie Smith and Dierks Bentley were inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame. Each artist was presented their own star in Walk of Fame park in SoBro between the Hilton and the Country Music Hall of Fame, where Bare has been a member since 2013 and Smith since 2012.

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