Hear Dierks’ new album

Hear Dierks’ new album

Dierks Bentley’s new album “Riser” debuted this week. His current single “I Hold On” is quickly moving up the WIXY chart.

Don’t wait to hear the album – hear it here! Make sure you check out the title track.

Dierks tells Rolling Stone the album is his most real personal album to date. “When you got three kids and your dad just died, well I was up to my elbows in life’s dirt. I think about the country music I love, like Haggard and Jones and they always wrote from real-life experience. I feel like I’m in a place right now that there’s a lot of meat to draw from, good and bad.”

After listening, what’s your favorite song on the album?

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