Heather Morgan sheds some light on her life as a songwriter, having penned hits for Brett Eldredge, Dierks Bentley and Keith Urban.
The fourth single of Swindell’s last record follows up the No. 1 successes he’s found with “You Should Be Here,” “Middle of a Memory” and “Flatliner.”
The ABC one-night special, hosted by Kelsea Ballerini and Thomas Rhett, will feature a whopping 28 performances from some of country music’s hottest names.
“Flatliner” is the third single from Swindell’s sophomore album, You Should Be Here.
Dierks Bentley knows how to throw one heck of a party.
Fans often give gifts to their favorite artists, but rarely is it something as special as one Dierks Bentley received from a fan named Briana.
“Meeting Dierks backstage was an awesome experience,” U.S Army Sgt. Legrand Strickland says.
Considering everyone that takes the time out of their typical lifestyle to pack on up for months at a time and travel all across the country, Bentley appreciates the dedication from every single person that tags along with him.
His song will help honor the firefighters who died battling the Yarnell Hill fire in Bentley’s home state of Arizona.
“It’s authentic. That area down there is so special, so whenever you get the chance to go down there and play a few songs, it’s pretty cool,” Bentley said.
Dierks Bentley: singer, songwriter, Nashville restauranteur?
While the music video documents the typical schedule of a summer concert, Bentley made the experience anything but typical for his fans.
A number of country stars sat down to take on the hard-hitting questions that self-proclaimed country music haters sent in to reveal the truth about the genre.
Even artists like Toby Keith, Josh Turner and Brad Paisley nod their cowboy hats right back to their flag-waving show of support within the lyrics of their greatest American-based hits.
Making sure to go down the mundane path for the day, Bentley seems thrilled to have a moment to relax and celebrate the nation’s patriotic freedom.
After revealing his sexier side on his most recent No. 1, “Black,” Bentley decided to honor the summer spirit and his party mentality by bringing out “What the Hell Did I Say” as the next track to hit the airwaves.
The host of The Bobby Bones Show will be added to the Hall alongside legends like Dick Clark, Larry King, Howard Stern and many more.