There’s nothing like seeing one of your favorite artists sit down with an acoustic guitar and take part in an unplugged country music jam. Thanks to the resurrection of CMT’s ‘CMT: Unplugged‘ series, country music fans will soon have the chance to see more talented artists play unplugged sets. When Dierks Bentley took his turn this time around, he put on an unforgettable rendition of Adele‘s ‘Set Fire to the Rain.’
On Memorial Day, we remember our fallen American soldiers who have sacrificed their lives in all wars. These heroes fought for our freedom without selfishly thinking of what could be at stake for them and their families.
Country singer Nick Malloy was trapped inside his vehicle after he drove off the road and slammed into an embankment on Wednesday morning (March 28) near Macon, Ga. The frontman for the Nick Malloy Band is a friend of Dierks Bentley‘s and has an EP that has caught the attention of a number of major artists in Nashville.
Dierks Bentley announced that he’s unrolling more U.S. dates for his Country and Cold Cans Tour. After touring around the States last fall with his tour, Bentley went international with a leg in Canada and then a set of dates in Australia. Now, the multi-platinum artist says he doesn’t want the tour to end just yet.
With the 2012 Grammy Awards fast approaching, we’re learning more every day about who will take the iconic stage to host, perform, present and (hopefully) win. The Recording Academy announced today that Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley are confirmed presenters for this year’s awards show. The two country stars will be joined by Drake and Gwyneth Paltrow, with more presenters to be announced in the coming weeks.
Here is a small look at what country music fans can expect in the world of country music for 2012. From long-awaited =album releases, to autobiographies of country legends, to the Country Music Hall of Fame inductees, 2012 looks to be a good year
Singer-songwriter Jason Isbell is mad at Dierks Bentley — really mad. Twang Nation first spotted the Muscle Shoals, Ala. artist ranting and raving via his Twitter page, accusing Bentley of plagiarizing his song ‘In a Razor Town’ to create the chart-topper ‘Home,’ and he doesn’t seem prepared to back down any time soon.
Dierks Bentley‘s highly-anticipated sixth studio album, ‘Home,’ is set to hit stores on Feb. 7, 2012. To help fans ready for the release date, Bentley and his label, Capitol Records, have revealed the track listing for ‘Home.’
Te 2012 Super Bowl takes place on Feb. 5 in Indianapolis, and the city is taking the hosting of the NFL event seriously. The powers-that-be have invited some country stars to be a part of the festivities. The city’s Pan Am Plaza is being turned into something called Super Bowl Village from Jan. 27 through Feb. 4, and country stars Dierks Bentley and Darius Rucker are on board to perform during those dates. Bentley and Rucker are essentially on the entertainment road leading up to the actual big game.
President Barack Obama turned the White House into a country music hall on Monday, with an array of country stars performing in the East Room. Performers included Lyle Lovett, James Taylor, The Band Perry, and Dierks Bentley. I think the President has great taste!
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