Fans with Dierks Bentley tickets always get one of the best live shows in music. With radio favorites “What Was I Thinking,” “Every Mile a Memory,” “Long Trip Alone,” “Free and Easy,” and his latest ““5-1-5-0,” Dierks Bentley keeps the hits comin’. Fusing modern country and old-time bluegrass to perfection, Phoenix-native Dierks Bentley is fast on the rise to country music fame!
Since 2001, Dierks Bentley has enjoyed multi-platinum success with albums Modern Day Drifter and Long Trip Alone. Fans know that this country crooner won’t “Settle for a Slowdown” anytime soon, so order Dierks Bentley tickets from OnlineTickets.com!
With a growing list of number one hits and multi-platinum success on the horizon, Dierks Bentley delivers traditional country without gloss. Since emerging on the Nashville scene in 2001, it’s clear that this talented and charismatic singer/songwriter has come a long way in short time. After only a few years in the business, Dierks Bentley has already received many outstanding accolades and sold millions of albums.
Much like Garth Brooks and Kenny Chesney, it did not take Dierks Bentley long to become a superstar after getting his initial record deal. 2003’s Dierks Bentley would be an instant smash hit album. No. 1 single “What Was I Thinkin’” became both a video channel mainstay and a radio staple. “What Was I Thinkin’” became inescapable to Country Music fans as it played in every jukebox and bar in the United States. Singles “My Last Name” and “How am I Doin’” helped push Dierks Bentley to platinum status.
The 2005 album Modern Day Drifter produced even more hit singles than Dierks Bentley, including two No. 1 singles “Come a Little Closer” and “Settle for a Slowdown”. 2006 album Long Trip Alone spawned two more No. 1 singles in “Every Mile a Memory” and “Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go)”. After celebrating his past discography with a greatest hits release, Dierks Bentley added another hit album to it with 2009’s Feel That Fire. The album climbed up to No. 1 on the charts thanks to singles “Sideways”, “Feel That Fire”, and “I Want to Make You Close Your Eyes”.
Feel That Fire was the crossover hit Dierks Bentley needed to go truly mainstream and a tour with Brad Paisley only expanded the fanbase. 2011 album Home would be the biggest album yet for Dierks Bentley, with three No. 1 hits in “Home,” “I Am the Only One,” and “5-1-5-0.” Dierks Bentley will be back atop the Country Music world in 2015, thanks to a RodeoHouston appearance and a headlining tour in support of 2014 album Riser. Hear all your favorites live on tour in 2015 when you order your Dierks Bentley tickets from OnlineTickets.com!