Check out our review of Dierks Bentley's New Album 'Black' on Rolling Stone.com.
A lot has changed in the thirteen years since Dierks Bentley first hit the charts with “What Was I Thinkin.” In a conversation surrounding Black, his new album, the country star doubts whether he could have approached the subject matter on the new disc with the same depth and intensity back then.
Dierks Bentley returned Friday with his eighth studio album, Black. In his words, the “sexy” record focuses on the “darker corners” of relationships and love. The music itself was inspired by everything he’s heard through his life.
Dierks Bentley is headed to Broadway — well, Nashville's Lower Broadway, anyway.
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Country singer Dierks Bentley wants his music to express his many "versions" of himself.
The charming country superstar brought out some of his biggest hits, including the new "Somewhere on a Beach," for fans.
Even though Dierks Bentley ’s new album takes its title, Black , from his wife Cassidy ’s maiden name, the “Somewhere on a Beach” singer ended up with no less ...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country star Dierks Bentley may be known for his boozy party songs like “Drunk On a Plane” or “5-1-5-0,” but as a singer, he loves going dark.
Dierks' next single off 'Black' features Elle King!!
Here are 5 reasons why this might be Dierks' most successful album yet from his new record.
CAPITOL NASHVILLE artist DIERKS BENTLEY took the stage on NBC-TV's "The TODAY Show" this MORNING (5/27) kicking off MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND on the TODAY Plaza. BENTLEY performed his #1 hit single, "Somewhere On A Beach," the lead single off his album, "Black," which released TODAY (5/27). He also performed "I Hold On" for the NAVY personnel on TODAY. Check out his performances here and here, respectively. BENTLEY also made an appearance on ...
Dierks Bentley is admitting that a song on his new album Black , makes him cry every time he sings it. The new acoustic ballad “Can’t Be Replaced" mentions his dog, Jake, who at age 15 is fighting cancer. Bentley says he found the lum...
He’s always excelled at putting his own stamp on traditional country music, but on “Black” Dierks Bentley paints love’s troubled side in soft-rock hues.
Dierks Bentley has gotten a bit of feedback from U2 frontman Bono on his two most recent albums
Dierks Bentley's new album 'Black' is an at times uncomfortable look at long-term relationships.
The 40-year-old singer named the album, out on Friday, after his wife Cassidy's maiden name, which he loved so much he tried to convince her to keep it. The title track is one of Bentley's sexiest songs of his career, a sultry bedroom ballad that allowed him to frame the entire album around the story lines of love, loss and heartache. [...] Bentley also has learned from previous albums that fans, and radio stations, still want the fun Dierks, too. More than a decade into his career, Bentley, who recently hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards with Luke Bryan, is adept at finding the balance on albums now. [...] he has no regrets about ending the album on a sad note, an acoustic guitar ballad called "Can't Be Replaced," in which he sings about his aging 15-year-old dog Jake, who has been with him since before he had a wife and kids and became a star.
Dierks Bentley’s Different for Girls with Elle King isn’t just a great song, it’s an important moment for country music.
Dierks Bentley has selected Different for Girls, a song featuring Elle King, as the second single from his 'Black' album.
Dierks Bentley and Elle King duet on the new song "Different for Girls," off Bentley's new album 'Black.'
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country star Dierks Bentley may be known for his boozy party songs like "Drunk On a Plane" or "5-1-5-0," but as a singer, he loves going
Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley invaded Knoxville last month for a surprise 'CMT Instant Jam,' and now he's taking CMT by storm in sup
Dierks Bentley will celebrate his upcoming record with a Black Pop-Up Shop in Downtown Nashville, at the corner of 4th and Broadway.
Country star Dierks Bentley may be known for his boozy party songs like "Drunk On a Plane," but as a singer, he loves going dark. He's even named his new album "Black." The title track is one of Bentley's sexiest songs of his career.
Dierks Bentley Goes Dark on His New Relationship Record
Dierks Bentley also planning fan-filled events leading into Black Friday, May 27.
COUNTRY superstar Dierks Bentley has opening up about teaming up with Taylor Swift – claiming she is one of the best songwriters of all time.
He also added a female perspective to the album by inviting guest vocalists including Maren Morris and Elle King.
Dierks Bentley will having you reaching for a tissue to dab your eyes as you listen to the end of his new song Can't Be Replaced.
The songs of "Black" address infidelity, heartbreak, rebound relationships and new love.
Dierks Bentley's single “Somewhere on a Beach” sounds like the same character in his hit “Drunk on a Plane” has landed and hit the nearest sandbar.
Dierks Bentley has lineup multiple national television performances for the release of his new album Black
Dierks Bentley is on a roll.Though he’s been racking up country hits for years, Bentley’s last album, “Riser,” especially his hit “Drunk on a Plane,”
Dierks Bentley is giving fans in select markets the opportunity to hear his new album Black
It's the country star's 'Somewhere on a Beach' tour in Holmdel
Dierks Bentley launches his Somewhere on a Beach Tour this Thursday in Holmdel, New Jersey, but his new album Black doesn’t come out until May 27. So the singer wh...
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Martina McBride shines on new album, ‘Reckless’Martina McBride“Reckless” (Nash Icon/BMLG)On Martina McBride’s first album for the Nash Icon label -- created to market veteran country singers -- she hedges her bets by coproducing with longtime hit-maker Dann Huff (Keith Urban) and relative newcomer Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift).Perhaps accordingly then, the album presents something old and something new. The four...
Country singer Dierks Bentley will open the First Niagara Pavilion season on Friday and release the new album ”Black” on May 27.
On his eighth studio album, country singer Dierks Bentley goes on a wide-ranging if uneven 13-track journey through relationships, applying his gritty country tenor to the adventures of the heart. The album, he says, explores "breakups, hookups, mess-ups and everything in between, shining a light on the things that happen after the sun goes down." "Black" draws its title from the maiden name of Bentley's wife, Cassidy, but it doubles to describe the eyes-closed thrill of sexual ecstasy on the title cut.