Bentley is "Gone"
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
– Dierks Bentley released a new song, "Gone," today.
"I moved out West with my family in March and have been living in a small mountain town....making up for lost time with them," Bentley said on social media. "Between the adventures, there has been a lot of music. I've been writing a lot songs, listening to a lot of great songs from the Nashville songwriting community, hosting my Apple radio show, helping my daughter's (sic) with their own community radio show...and just playing and singing for fun."
"I've always had so much gratitude for our fans and for what we get to do for a living...and to say I feel that way now more than ever would be the greatest understatement ever made! I can't wait to hang with my road family of band, crew and fans. As soon as we get the green light, we will be out there. Hope you enjoy the new music and the beginning of another chapter. Love you guys."
Bentley, who grew up in Arizona, did not saying where he is living.
Bentley's most recent album was "The Mountain" from 2018. He also formed an alter ego side project with his band members, Hot Country Knights, which released "The K Is Silent" earlier this year. The group parodies '90s country music.
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