06/26/2017

DIERKS BENTLEY HITS RADIO AIRWAVES TODAY WITH NEW SINGLE “WHAT THE HELL DID I SAY”

Multi-PLATINUM singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley released "What the Hell Did I Say” today as the fourth single from his critically acclaimed and top selling album BLACK (Capitol Records Nashville). The infectious track follows three consecutive No. Ones from the album, including the GOLD certified title-track and the PLATINUM certified hits "Somewhere On A Beach" and “Different For Girls,” proving once again Bentley's "effortless balance of radio-ready polish, traditional flavor and artistry” (Houston Chronicle).

“We named the tour after this song hoping that it would be a single this summer because it perfectly captures the anything-goes spirit out there this year,” said Bentley. “It's crazy right now with Cole and Pardi...every night is better than the one before...just when you think it can't get any more fun, it does. I've worked my whole career to have a tour like this one."

As the song that inspired this year’s tour hits radio and summer touring season kicks off, more than half a million fans have already flooded sold-out arenas across North America in 2017 for Bentley's "live show that tends to double down on fun." (The Boston Globe).

The Washington Post vouches "he just gets us," as he gives fans an array of "chances to blow off steam during his action-packed summer tour.”

“Has always been one of Country’s most engaging performers...with enough hits to fill an entire set.” - Asbury Park Press

“His fans couldn’t get enough of him. And now it appears that the feeling is mutual.” - CMT

“Promised a party...he delivered that and then some.” - Fresno Bee

“He plays to the entire crowd and has more energy than most young children.” - Parade

"With one foot planted on the country side and the other tapping along the rock and roll side, Dierks Bentley roared with a fun, solid two hours of his hits old and new." - The Sun Chronicle

"With energy explosively high all night long....he's startlingly theatrical and takes every opportunity he can to play with his audience." - The Post-Standard

"Especially over the past half-dozen years, he has been one of mainstream country’s more adventurous artists. " - Edmonton Journal

“The role of up-for-anything party-starter that has long seemed to fit him like a glove" - Tampa Bay Times

His voice projecting all the way to the fans in the back of the venue who raised their arms up high, singing and swaying along. - OC Register

Bentley's 2017 WHAT THE HELL WORLD TOUR with special guests Cole Swindell and Jon Pardi returns to the road with stops in Jacksonville, FL (7/13), Raleigh, NC (7/14) and Virginia Beach, VA (7/15). For more information and a full list of tour dates, click here.