Dierks Bentley Donates $472,000 To Fallen Firefighters’ Families At Country Cares [PICTURES]
Dierks Bentley is as true as a country artist as it gets. The guy is one of my favorite stars of all time, and I don't think anything will ever change that. Besides just putting out nearly perfect albums and some of my favorite songs, the guy is just real. He's a normal human being, and you have to give him a ton of respect for what he did tonight.
It turned out to big a big, big night at the Country Cares concert in Prescott Valley, Ariz. When Dierks heard about the 19 firefighters that passed away in the wildfires in Arizona, it didn't take long before he had the benefit show organized. And now, a grand total of $472,000 has been raised for the families.
He also invited some of his good friends to help out the party. Check out The Band Perry, Randy Houser and David Nail all helping out the #CountryCares benefit show.
Dierks Bentley also presented a check for $300,000 to the United Phoenix Firefighter Charities.
What's even cooler is, Dierks auctioned off his guitar too, raising $50,000 in this impromptu auction.
Randy Houser was loving Dierks' show from the side of the stage at Country Cares.
Dierks mentioned how good Kimberly Perry is when she sang their hit "DONE".