- 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]
- 6:06 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]
- 10:11 am Sunday, January 28th, 2018 by Staff Writer
It hasn’t been long since Dierks Bentley announced a new album coming out later this year called “The Mountain.” He is even taking on the persona of a mountain man and growing out his beard, living in a cabin, etc. After releasing his first song from that album, Woman, Amen, he decided to reach out to his fans… or actually have his fans reach out to him! He took to his social media accounts and posted “mountain line” phone number and told fans to call and leave him a message and he would try and return their call.
- 5:44 am Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 by Staff Writer
After announcing his new “2018 Mountain High Tour” on Monday (1/22), Dierks Bentley sat with his openers Brothers Osborne and LANCO at his Whiskey Row bar and restaurant in Nashville and talked about the tour announcement video. In the exclusive clip on Entertainment Weekly, Bentley takes on the role of a dreadlocked shaman as he helps LANCO and Brothers Osborne search for enlightenment on a psychedelic-induced journey.
Dierks says of the video:
“The idea of doing something fun before to announce the video [tour] is probably something I initiated, but these guys were all game to come out there and spend, you [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]
- 6:09 am Thursday, January 18th, 2018 by Staff Writer
Well, hello there Dierks Bentley! It’s been a little bit since Dierks Bentley’s last album, Black, came out and we now have something to look forward too! Dierks announced that he will have a new album, The Mountain, coming out very soon and he has even realeased the first single called “Woman, Amen” from it. The song is very Dierks Bentley sounding… you can listen below. He will also be appearing on The Ellen Show tonight to debut his new song on TV. But what we REALLY want to talk about, is that beard!! Dierks is looking all mountain-man like [More]
- 9:04 am Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 by Staff Writer
Dierks Bentley has just announced a new album coming at the end of this year “The Mountain” – with a new song actually coming to country radio next week titled “Woman Amen.”
But, here’s another song Bentley just released this month: