'America's Got Talent' will wind down its latest season tonight (Sept. 18). The popular talent competition will do so with a little help from country star Dierks Bentley who will perform his brand new single 'I Hold On.' While most performers seek fame on the 'AGT' stage, Bentley is bringing a dose of already established star power to it.
It comes as no surprise that Dierks Bentley was a little rascal when he was younger. But now that he has a son due this fall, he's a bit worried. The singer admits if his newest child -- his first boy -- is like him, he'll be in trouble.
Dierks Bentley has revealed details for his annual Miles and Music for Kids event, which a celebrity motorcycle ride and concert now in its eighth year. 2013's event will take place on Nov. 3 in Nashville, Tenn., with some special guests participating for a very good cause.
The familiar shuffle that has held down so many of Dierks Bentley's best songs is back in a brand new way on 'I Hold On,' the new single from the upcoming 'Riser' album. Instead of a locomotive guitar, it's the bass that drives this uptempo track about love, faith and family.
Jake Bentley is a superstar-in-the-making and a well-trained one, at that! Jake is Dierks Bentley's beloved and well-mannered dog and he had to travel far and wide (sort of) for his national TV debut. In this video clip, the canine goes on a big, urban adventure.
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.
Country artists and other celebrities are reacting to the Rolling Stone cover story featuring the Boston bomber. The magazine is on the receiving end of quite a bit of criticism for its choice to stick an alleged terrorist on its front cover. Dierks Bentley had quite a reaction to the issue, sharing an eyebrow-raising picture while taking a pointed stance on the matter, which has sparked debates about freedom of speech and glamorizing violence.
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