When Dierks Bentley released the powerful “Woman, Amen” out to radio, the song kept climbing and climbing to the top of the radio ‘Mountain’ and finally reached the No. 1 spot on the charts.
Marking his 17th No. 1 song throughout his successful career, this accomplishment meant a lot to Bentley due to the track’s message and inspiration falling to his lovely wife as well as the many women out there who continue to boost people up and save lives every single day.
Its listing on Bentley’s latest album, The Mountain, held a great deal of importance to fans and the record’s creators, and the singer wanted to thank them for all of their hard work throughout the entire process.
“Making THE MOUNTAIN with my fellow songwriters and musicians was such a creatively inspiring journey and it’s been so gratifying to share the culmination of that effort with the fans in the last few days,” said Bentley in a recent press release. “To see people genuinely connecting with the music in the way they have is the ultimate reward. Thank you to my collaborators and thank you to the fans for opening their hearts to this album. I love that these songs are making good traveling companions.”
Previous No. 1 songs under Bentley’s belt include “Drunk on a Plane,” Somewhere on a Beach,” “Different for Girls” among many others.