- 6:56 am Monday, June 11th, 2018 by Staff Writer
Dierks Bentley’s new album The Mountain, he legitimately became a mountain man and dedicated himself to this album putting in a lot of work. He stayed in a mountain-based studio in the mountains of Colorado to get inspiration. He was very dedicated to this album. When Dierks and his band were there, they “honored 4/20 every single day,” he tells Rolling Stone. “When I pulled up, [owner Alan Bradbury] had an elk carcass on the ground with a dog protecting it. The dog had been shot a couple times by the neighbor, so he’s a little defensive, and there’s Alan just grinding [More]
- 6:09 am Friday, April 6th, 2018 by Staff Writer
Dierks Bentley has announced the inaugural Seven Peaks Music Festival, coming to Buena Vista, Colorado, this Labor Day Weekend (August 31-September 2). Taking place on multiple stages in front of the scenic Collegiate Peaks mountain range, the festival will feature a star-studded lineup that includes Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Brothers Osborne, Elle King, LANCO, Del McCoury Band, Sam Bush and The Cadillac Three, with more acts to be revealed in the coming weeks.
Three-day passes will go on-sale beginning April 20 at 10 AM local time on sevenpeaksfestival.com.
These are the Collegiate Peaks Mountains…
- 10:26 am Saturday, March 17th, 2018 by Staff Writer
The Akins’ are out on a family vacation in the snow! They are in Telluride, Colorado which is GORGEOUS and known for skiing. If you have ever been to Nashville, where Thomas Rhett and Lauren Akins are from, then you know that not much skiing happens in that neck of the woods. So obviously they are a little rusty. Well, at least Lauren is a little rusty. Thomas Rhett caught her on video, struggling on her ski’s… AND the best part is, he captioned it “The Winter Olympics are only 4 years away 🇺🇸”
- 6:06 am Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 by Staff Writer
Dierks Bentley’s upcoming The Mountain album was written and recorded in Telluride, Colorado. As Dierks told Kix Brooks on America’s Country Countdown, there was a reason for that:
“It’s hard to be a good artist when you’re basing your art on people’s opinions. It’s nice to be able to make music in a little bit of a vacuum where you can just go in there, and do it? That’s why I went to Telluride, just got to get away from that whole grinding machine that’s out there.”
But have you seen pictures of this place? If Dierks can’t get good inspiration at [More]
- 6:08 am Monday, January 22nd, 2018 by Staff Writer
Dierks Bentley has always embraced having personal interactions with his fans, and now they have a new way to stay connected. On Friday (1/19), Dierks tweeted that if anybody needed to reach him over the weekend, they could call his “mountain line”: 970-426-5381. Upon calling the number, Bentley can be heard saying he was sorry to miss the call, but was up on the mountain right now. He then says to leave a voicemail and he’ll try to call back.
The phone number’s Western Colorado area code encompasses the small town of Telluride, where Dierks wrote and recorded much of his [More]