Dierks Bentley Tour 2021 : Country/ bluegrass artist Dierks Bentley is an American singer and guitarist originally from Tempe, Arizona, and currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
Born Frederick Dierks Bentley on 20 November 1975 in Phoenix, Arizona. In 2003 with the release (via Capitol Nashville) of his self-titled album, Bentley found almost instant success. His single “What Was I Thinking” reached Number One on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks, and the album reaching platinum status. His sophomore album, “Modern Day Thriller” released in 2005 also reached platinum and had two singles reach Number One on the charts as well. That same year he also received the CMA Horizon Award (now known as Best New Artist award) and was invited to be inducted into the Grand Ole Opry.
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Bentley continued to find success, releasing “Long Trip Alone” in 2006 producing two charting singles, and in 2007 he released a DVD of his live performance in Denver, Colorado. Bentley also went on tour in 2006 with Kenney Chesney, as well as Sugarland, Carrie Underwood and Jake Owen. His next few albums were met with just as much success and Bentley continued to extensively tour as both a support for other country artists, as well as a few headline tours. His eighth studio album, “Riser,” was released on 25 February 2014, and while the first single became his lowest charting single, the three singles that followed maintained high numbers on the charts.