Dierks Bentley pushes DVD
Thursday, March 8, 2007
– Dierks Bentley will take off on a five-city tour to promote his newest project, a live concert DVD, "Live and Loud at the Fillmore," out March 20.
Bentley will screen the DVD in eight cities across the country including Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Philadelphia and Providence. Bentley will trek over 4,500 miles in 3 days to participate in surprise autograph signings and meet and greet sessions in 5 of those cities from March 19 to March 21. "It's my fans who got me to this point, and they played a huge part in making the DVD back in June," said Bentley. "The energy they give us every night is unbelievable. On the day this thing comes out, I want to be able to thank as many of them in person as I can."
Bentley will also see the project make its television debut on CMT on Thursday, March 15 at 8 p.m. eastern, 9 p.m pacific.
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