Friday, January 28, 2011

Bentley's New Album's Got A Lot More Kick

Dierks Bentley may be riding high on the acclaim his bluegrass-influenced Up on the Ridge album has earned — including multiple Grammy nominations — but the country star isn’t resting on his musical laurels.

Bentley and his producer Jon Randall Stewart have set up shop at a recording studio in Asheville, N.C., and plan to start work on a new album this coming week.

“I’m going to use the term kick (butt) to describe it,” Bentley said of his new material. “Everyone is asking me, ‘Is it bluegrass or country?’ I think you’re asking the wrong guy because I thought the last record was a country record with bluegrass influences. The simple answer is it just has a lot more kick. It will complement the other side of my career, the more commercial, fun, rocking stuff.”
Bentley said that while he normally writes the bulk of his own songs, he personally reached into the local songwriting community to find material for the new project.

I’ve listened to at least 2,000 songs for the new record,” he said. “I feel like a Nashville (producer) right now because I’ve heard so many songs. I get people in my e-mail, where they send me a song and I listen to it on the spot and I send them an answer.”

Don't forget to visit starting Sunday, January 30 to sneak a peek at Dierks in the recording process through a 24-hour live video-feed.


Watch Dierks Perform Live or Online Super Bowl Sunday

At our fan club Meet & Greet Thanksgiving weekend in Cherokee, NC, Dierks Bentley told us, "Except for the Super Bowl, we don't go back on tour until March."  Until today, we weren't really sure what that meant.

Apparently, during Super Bowl weekend (Feb. 3-6), Bud Light is turning a Dallas, Texas hotel into "The Bud Light Hotel" and Dierks and Jack Ingram will be closing out the four days on Sunday afternoon of all genre artist performances in the parking lot, just before the big game.  It will be known as 'Texas' Largest Tailgate' party.

Fans who are unable to make it to Dallas will be able to watch it live online here.

"My favorite sport to watch is football," Dierks tells CMT. "[I] love the Titans. Everyone in this band loves watching football. Mostly pro football, but we watch a little college football, too."

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Dierks and the Travelin' McCourys "Fiddlin' Around"

Photo courtesy Carrie Srebro

As part of the press release regarding Dierks Bentley heading to the studio in Asheville, NC and streaming the entire recording process live for fans, Capitol Nashville sent out a video for "Fiddlin' Around," one of the fine songs from Bentley's critically-acclaimed Up on the Ridge album. 

The video, posted today at The 9513 (thanks, Brady!), shows Dierks, Ronnie, Rob, Jason,  Alan, Tim, and Steve during a couple of stops on the Ridge tour (including Charlotte, where DBC-NC Rep Laurie and DBC-SC Rep Lissa can be seen during some Meet & Greet footage!). There's also a great shot of a signed DBCongress shirt! The video's closing shots appropriately include the "Pretty Much Nailed It!" banner that tour assistant Brittany made during the tour last year. I'd say they did!  

Video grab courtesy Nici

Watch the video here.

~ Carrie S. (DBC Rep/Chart Reporter ~ NC)  

Critics Poll Gives Dierks High Praise

The 11th Annual Nashville Scene Country Music Critics Poll was published today, and with it came numerous accolades for our Prez, Dierks Bentley:

  • #2 Album - Up on the Ridge
  • #12 Single - Up on the Ridge
  • #2 Male Vocalist
  • #4 Live Act
  • #9 Songwriter
  • #4 Artist of the Year
And the praise didn't stop there. Here is what Nashville Scene had to say regarding DB in their write-up:

Johnson and Lambert joined forces with Dierks Bentley to share the three-way lead vocal on "Bad Angel" from Bentley's Up on the Ridge, the poll's No. 2 album. Backed by some of Nashville's best bluegrass pickers, the trio employed the lyrics' religious imagery not to dismiss sin but to warily respect its dangerous allure. Bentley isn't the first country star to make a string-band record — Parton and Patty Loveless have both had success in this poll with similar projects — but Bentley is the first since Emmylou Harris to abandon Music Row's standard operating procedure for an acoustic album while still enjoying hit singles.

Bentley was as convincing as Harris, Parton and Loveless because he too came by bluegrass honestly. When he first arrived in Nashville from Phoenix in 1995, he hung around The Station Inn with Del McCoury's sons as much as he could. You could hear that brush with Appalachia in the humor and liveliness of Bentley's early albums, but the echo dwindled as he played it safer and safer on his later records. So it was a welcome surprise that he was willing to gamble his new-won stardom on such a left-field venture. He won that gamble — with the critics at least. The title track got only as high as No. 21 on the Billboard singles chart. Maybe Bentley isn't just along for the ride. Maybe he, too, will have a say in where country is going.

I certainly hope that Dierks has a say in where country is going, and he's set to start writing another chapter in his country music story when he heads to Asheville, NC later this weekend to begin the recording process (and don't forget he'll be streaming the recording process for all to see). 

Your Congress is eagerly awaiting new music, Dierks, and we congratulate you on all of the critical praise Ridge garnered! Hopefully a Grammy is in the very near future ...
~ Carrie S (DBC Rep/Chart Reporter ~ NC)

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Dierks Heads To Asheville, NC To Record New Studio Album

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Hey Dierks Bentley fans, a new album is in the horizon! Dierks is planning on making his way to Asheville, North Carolina next week to begin recording his 6th studio album. Dierks has spent the last four months writing hundreds of songs, and has once again teamed up with award winning producer Jon Randall Stewart and recording engineer Gary Paczosa. You can expect a brand new single from Dierks in the Spring with the album following closely behind.

While you're waiting for the new album, just visit the newly designed on Sunday, January 30th to watch the live 24 hour video feed from inside the studio. See what a typical day is like in the recording studio with Dierks!

I’ve been writing and re-writing and tweaking songs for the past four months to get ready for the studio,” says Dierks. “I usually come home from the road and go right into the studio, so I’ve never put this much time into prepping and doing pre-production on songs. I learned from my experience recording Ridge that getting out of Nashville and away from the business side of things can be really inspiring. I’ve got the best musicians in the world, and we’re going to go hunker down for a few weeks and live and breathe this record. I thought it would be cool to let the fans be part of the whole experience, so we’re going to let them watch as it all goes down.”

I know DB Congress reps in North Carolina are doing the Dierks bounce right about now!  And how cool is it that we're getting a live video feed from inside the studio!?

Video: Dierks Moves On To A New Partner

In this week's DBTV episode, Dierks Bentley talks about moving from Bud Light to Jagermeister on his new headlining tour for 2011.  Pre sale tickets for many dates went on sale today for DB Congress members on

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Dierks Behind the Scenes Songwriting

Dierks Bentley shares a video from a songwriting session with brothers Brett and Jim Beavers, on his Twitter page:

 "the SERIOUS biz of being a songwriter...a behind the scenes look! these guys are cowriters on mcgraws last #1."
Click here to watch the video.

Family Life With Baby Bentley

Still no photos of new baby girl Jordan Catherine Bentley, but daddy Dierks shared with Kix Brooks on ACC Top 40 how he and his family are adjusting to life since the arrival of their second daughter on Christmas day:

"Going from zero to one is a lot more difficult that going from one to two," says Dierks. "She just kind of fits right in there, and you just dust off a few of the old baskets and swings and stuff and set 'em back up again and just do it."

Jordan has a big sister named Evie, but she hasn't met her brothers yet. Of course, we're talking about Dierks' dogs Jake and George, who have been at a friends' house for the last three weeks. Dierks says, "We're kind of waiting to bring them back into the fold. They're more maintenance than the kid is. They're like big, barking all the time, going crazy." Dierks plans to let his pups smell a few of Jordan's blankets before he introduces her to them.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Dierks is 'The Buzz' in Country Weekly!

Country Weekly's, "The Buzz," features Dierks Bentley in the January 31, 2011 issue.  Storme Warren, host of GAC's Headline Country, cleverly wrote the "Fishin' for a Grammy" article, demonstrating his obvious personal rapport and pride for our DB Congress president and his recent project, Up On The Ridge, which is nominated for a Grammy.

Storme says, "When Ridge was first released, I texted Dierks this message:  "Hold on to this text.  You will win a Grammy for this album."  His response? "Thanks!  I'm hanging on to it.  But what category? Bluegrass or country?"

The Jan. 24th issue includes Dierks and a fan on the Stars Up Close page.  Be sure to pick up your Country Weekly magazines to read both stories!

Dierks Sings Folsom Prison Blues With The Grascals

I hear that train a comin', it's rollin' 'round the bend...

It's typical for Dierks Bentley to sing about trains.  And it's common for him to collaborate with his bluegrass friends, The Grascals (they were featured on Dierks' Long Trip Alone album on the blugrass/gospel cut, Prodigal Son's Prayer).

And it's even more like Dierks to support a project like, "The Grascals & Friends - Country Classics With A Bluegrass Spin," that contributes to a cause to help children.  Now available exclusively at all Cracker Barrel locations and online, 25 cents per CD sold will be donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

St. Jude is the only pediatric cancer research center where families never pay for treatment not covered by insurance. No child is ever denied treatment because of the family’s inability to pay.

Dierks sometimes sings Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Blues live in concert, and it's quite a treat for the crowd, as he sounds a little like the man in black himself.  Track Two of the new Grascals CD features Dierks Bentley's baritone, but his verse doesn't include the "When I hear that whistle whine, I hang my head and cry, cry, cry," part that I love hearing him sing on stage.

The Grascals celebrated the #1 debut of the CD on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums chart (issue date January 29, 2011).  In addition to Dierks, the album features more friends, including Brad Paisley, Charlie Daniels and Dolly Parton. The track, "I Am Strong," was written by Grascals band member Jamie Johnson and his wife Susanne Mumpower-Johnson along with Jenee Fleenor after The Grascals visited the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital® and were inspired by the stories and power of the children being treated there.

Dierks & Cody Celebrate 500th CMT Radio Live!

Dierks Bentley was a guest on the very first show and recently helped Cody Alan celebrate the 500th episode of CMT Radio Live! That calls for cake!

Broadcast on radio stations across America, CMT Radio Live with Cody Alan originates from Nashville and is CMT’s premiere country music and entertainment radio show. Cody’s wit, energy and charm shine with big star guests and live interaction with listeners.  That's why he was named the ACM 2010 National On Air Personality of the Year! Dierks says, “Cody’s show always feels fresh and current. Cody cares about country music’s past and future, and has always worked to make his shows exciting, interesting and personal.”

During the 7-minute interview, Dierks asks Cody to dish on the highlights of the 500 shows.  Cody admits Dolly Parton was memorable and Dierks shared his favorite Dolly story.  Listen to find out why DB was horrified!

On the subject of hockey, Cody wanted to know what penalties Dierks is known for and if he's ever been hurt.  Dierks jokes he's had more injuries running around on stage (I have witnessed some of those falls in person!). The topic turns to babies and Dierks tells the story of Jordan's Christmas birth and offers to trade birthdays.  What a good daddy!

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Warm Those Winter Blues With Some Spring Tour Dates

Yup, you heard right! Dierks Bentley's spring tour has officially been announced. Get those calendars out and start planning your spring DRTs!

Multiple GRAMMY nominee and chart-topping country music star Dierks Bentley is slated to headline the 2011 JÄGERMEISTER COUNTRY TOUR kicking off March 17. The 30-city tour runs through mid-May and will feature special guest Columbia Nashville road warrior Josh Thompson and brand new A&M/Octone duo Miss Willie Brown. Each concert will also feature a local Jägermeister sponsored country act.

Pre-sale tickets are available to fan club members through, while the general public will be able to purchase tickets beginning Jan. 21 and Jan. 28 through Ticketmaster. The remaining cities will go on sale over the coming weeks.

“It’s a good thing we’ve got a video crew on the road with us capturing everything that goes down,” laughed Bentley. “Putting my band, Josh Thompson, the Miss Willie Brown girls and a few thousand fans in a Jägermeister sponsored room with loud country music sounds like a pretty solid recipe for a great night!”

“For the brand’s 20th music tour, Jägermeister is bringing top country star Dierks Bentley to the stage to show our dedication and loyalty to country music,” says Bill Henderson, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Advertising at Sidney Frank Importing Company, Inc. “In addition to this great line-up, Jägermeister is sponsoring over 25 country music acts to open the shows and is looking for more.”

2011 Jägermeister Country Tour Dates:
3/17 Wallingford, CT *
3/18 Sayreville, NJ **
3/19 Atlantic City, NJ **
3/20 Pittsburgh PA **
3/24 Lewiston, ME **
3/25 Poughkeepsie, NY
3/26 Reading, PA **
3/27 Westbury, NY **
4/1 Los Angeles, CA **
4/2 Las Vegas, NV **
4/6 Houston, TX **
4/7 Mescalero, NM **
4/13 Asheville, NC
4/14 North Myrtle Beach, SC **
4/15 Melbourne, FL
4/16 Boca Raton, FL
4/21 Mankato, MN
4/22 Sioux Falls, SD
4/23 Clear Lake, IA
4/27 Salina, KS
4/28 Bloomington, IL
4/29 Saint Charles, MO
5/5 Akron, OH
5/6 Detroit, MI
5/7 Indianapolis, IN
5/11 Augusta, GA
5/12 Charleston, SC
5/13 Norfolk, VA

* Tickets On Sale Jan. 21
** Tickets On Sale Jan. 28

Bentley is currently in Nashville working on material for his next album. Fans can expect the first single this spring and will be able to get glimpses of the recording process along the way through The new album will follow in the footsteps of Bentley’s artistically daring and critically acclaimed UP ON THE RIDGE, which recently received three GRAMMY nominations. The Phoenix-native has won countless awards, headlined arena tours, sold over five million albums, and celebrated seven No. one hits (“What Was I Thinkin,” “Come A Little Closer,” “Settle For A Slowdown,” “Every Mile A Memory,” “Free and Easy (Down The Road I Go),” “Feel That Fire,” “Sideways”) since being signed to Capitol Records Nashville.

Columbia Nashville recording artist Josh Thompson stormed onto the country music scene with his debut album WAY OUT HERE – debuting in the Top 10 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums Chart and earning praise from countless critics, including NPR’s Fresh Air, Billboard and People. Thompson wrote or co-wrote all 10 tracks on the album including his current single, “Won’t Be Lonely Long,” which follows previous hits “Way Out Here” and “Beer On The Table.” The blue-collar road warrior played over 240 shows last year ranging from headlining club dates to sold-out arenas with Brad Paisley.

A&M/Octone’s first country release is the vibrant new female duo Miss Willie Brown, comprised of Amanda Watkins from West Virginia and Texas native Kasey Buckley. The two girls met in California waiting tables, instantly bonded over a deep love of country music and have been writing and singing together ever since. Now living in Nashville, the duo is recording their debut album with award winning producer Keith Stegall (Zac Brown Band, Alan Jackson) and will release the lead single in the coming months. Miss Willie Brown has been busy honing their live performance chops opening shows for artists including Dwight Yoakam and Billy Currington. They are also the only unsigned band to ever perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Dierks Feels the Fire

Normally in the winter, most people welcome a fire to help keep them warm. However, when the fire happens under the hood of your classic car, it is definitely not something anybody wants. Dierks recently had an "unwelcome visitor" while he was hanging out in Nashville with good friend Charles Kelley, one of the members of Lady Antebellum. Dierks posted a video on Twitter of him and Charles watching his '67 Camaro get towed away while noting that disaster seems to happen when they get together.
"met my friend charles kelley at a bar. he wanted to see my new '67 camero. we walked back outside. it was on fire. not cool."

In case you haven't seen the video already, check it out HERE!

And listen below as Dierks called into the Tony and Kris show to talk about the fire.

Here's more from a conversation with Dierks and Alison Bonaguro (

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

DBTV Big White Webisode - Dierks Heads Downtown Nashville

NEW: dbtv @DierksBentley heads downtown in Nashville to pick up his long lost credit card. I think this is the "Big White" webisode we've been waiting for! 

Monday, January 17, 2011

New Temporary Website Launches Today!

Hey DB Congress Members!  There's a new "temporary"!

Team Dierks is very busy behind the scenes working on a brand new website that will let you interact with each other like never before and also interact with the full website by commenting on nearly everything, rating content, uploading your own photos, videos, blog entries and concert reviews and more!

They are working hard to keep any glitches or problems to a minimum. If you run into any major issue please send an email to and they'll do their best to get you answers fast.

Also, if you haven't noticed already, the price of an online only membership is now only $9.99! The new site will be launching soon so keep checking! 

Watch below as Dierks makes the announcement.  I hope that when the new site launches that Dierks also reaches for his razor to reveal that handsome face under that beard!

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Tragedy Strikes Dedicated DB Congress Rep in Kentucky

Dedicated Dierks Bentley fan, Larissa Faye Branham, 33, of Glasgow, Kentucky died Jan. 12, 2011, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville after an accident at her home. 

Larissa's mom, Cheryl, posted the following on Facebook.  (David is one of our dedicated DB Congress reps in Larissa's home state of Kentucky):
David, My name is Cheryl Branham. Our daughter Larissa spoke of you often about you attending Dierks concerts. I remember you taking the time to come over and speak to her at the re-opening of the Opry. Larissa has passed away from a tragic accident here at home on January 12. We are going to play a song by Dierks at her funeral. Would you please let others know about this? Dierks has lost a HUGE,HUGE fan. Her father and I are struggling, but some of our best memories are taking her to his concerts. Please pray for us, she was our only child. This is all so unreal. I know she is in heaven singing all those Dierks songs and able to dance around without her wheelchair. Much love to all.
We are deeply saddened by this tragic news.  Many DB Congress reps had the pleasure of meeting Larissa in person and many knew her through chatting on Facebook.  I first had the pleasure of meeting Larissa in 2006 at my first Dierks Bentley Fan Club party in Nashville and met her several times after and once when Dierks performed the Opry.  She loved Dierks and supported him tirelessly.  I will never forget her smile and sweet personality.  Our hearts and prayers go out to the Branham family. Larissa will be greatly missed.  She was an important member of our DB Congress family.

The visitation is Saturday after 2:00 p.m. and funeral Sunday, the 16th, at A.F. Crow And Son Funeral Home in Glasgow, KY. Aternate expressions can be made to Spina Bifida Association or BRAWA, Barren River Animal Welfare Association, the animal shelter for Glasgow, KY.

On behalf of the DB Congress, we are sending flowers and donations to the Spina Bifida Association and BRAWA.  If you would like to contribute toward flowers, please email me at  For donations toward either of the charities in Larissa's name, please email Molly at  She will split the donations between the two charities.

I hear people talk of heaven
And how it's only for the precious few
But in the book that I've been readin'
Sounds to me like there's a lot of room
So I bet some folks are gonna be surprised
About who makes it to the other side 'cause in the

Heaven I'm headed to
There's a place for preachers, thieves and prostitutes
Saints and soldiers, beggars, kings and renegades
For any soul that ever found amazing grace
Ain't no tellin' who on earth He might include

In the heaven I'm headed to
It's not my place to say
Just who does or doesn't get to go
I'm only one among the many
Stumblin' down that narrow road
There's so many things in this life to love
And I believe there's hope for each of us 'cause

And the only thing I know
We all get the chance to go

Saints and soldiers, beggers, kings and renegades
Any soul that ever found amazing grace
Ain't no tellin' who on earth He might include
In the heave I'm headed to
The heaven I'm headed to
The heaven I'm headed to
~Dierks Bentley, Brett Beavers, and Paul Nelson

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Dierks Bentley Introduces Weekly "Big White" Webisodes

From the front seat of his famous Big White Chevy Truck, Dierks Bentley announces the launch of a weekly webisode from the cab of his truck!  In today's first episode, Dierks delves into the icy waters of Nashville's Percy Priest Lake for his traditional New Year's Day lake jump for good luck, after revealing a few tidbits about recording his upcoming album.

Keep an eye on weekly for each new Big White Webisode!

Saturday, January 1, 2011

DB Congress Winners: Every Mile A 2010 Dierks Memory

We are happy to announce the winners of the Dierks Bentley Every Mile A Memory Contest!  We asked fans to post their favorite 2010 @DierksBentley memories on our DBC Facebook page for a chance to win a 2011 DB Congress poster calendar. 

And the winners are:  Adrian Taylor, Monica Mcmaken, Michelle Woodall, Amy Shepheard, Debbie Hale, Luann Cook, and Andiee Michelle Bentley! Congrats!   Below are their favorite Dierks memories of 2010!

Adrian Taylor My Favorite Dierks Memory was meeting him at Merle Fest 2010. He is truly a remarkable, down to earth guy. He took extra time to take pictures with fans, and even after the photos, as we were walking back stage to the artist r&r tent, he took time to sign more autographs and pictures. He even took time to sit down with some fans and have a snack with them. I worked artist transportation at Merle Fest and  he was really friendly. He sat backstage at a table and ate snacks with some locals...and some fans. I hope he comes back to Merle Fest.  He is by far the best country music artist! I hope to see him again in concert very, very soon. But as for now, I'll let him relax and spend time with his new baby girl.

Monica Mcmaken
I wil never forget going to see Billy Idol in August 2010 and looking up to see Dierks Bentley taking the seat right next to me. Dierks and I were pumping our fists in the air together to "Rebel Yell!"

Debbie Hale My favorite 2010 Dierks memory was seeing him at DuQuoin, IL Sept. 1st. I had a M&G and was telling him that my granddaughter was with us and that I had made her a onesie with his picture on it and it said "I heart Dierks." He said he would be looking for her. I was sitting separately from my husband, son, daugher-in-law and granddaughter, Brianna! Brianna was only 11 months old. Well, it was getting close to the end of the show and my husband, Steve, wanted Dierks to see the outfit I had made for Brianna to wear. He took Brianna down to the stage when Dierks was singing Sideways. Dierks sang to her and the crowd went crazy when they saw her. Everyone was cheering when Steve went back to his seat with her. After the show Dierks put the picture of him singing to Brianna on Twitter!! It made a great night even more special!!! Thanks, Dierks!

Amy Shepheard
My favorite memory of 2010 has to be connecting with other fan club members from all around the country. I am a pretty shy person, so it takes a lot for me to open up with people I don't know. I'm so glad that I did because I met some fantastic people in Nashville and in New York! I can't wait to see everyone next year! Thanks, Dierks! :-)

Luann Cook My favorite 2010 memory of Dierks this year has to be seeing his performance of "Gold Heart Locket" with Sam Bush - for the Flood Relief Benefit 2010. I saw him live in Greenville, S.C. and that was more awesome than awesome. But the "Gold Heart Locket" song performance and seeing and feeling his passion to help Nashville was very special. My favorite.

Michelle Kinstle Woodall Too many memories this year! Think I followed him everywhere. The Ryman for the final Up On The Ridge concert, where I got the hatch print from the show signed. The Last Call Ball/CD Release party. HullabaLOU in Louisville, Miles and Music for Kids in Nashville, The audience for Good Morning America show, and ending the year at Harrah's in Cherokee. Meet and Greet with Dierks in Louisville and Cherokee, and right up on the stage for GMA show. The miles covered in the thousands and every one of those is a memory that cannot be replaced. Hoping to cover at least as many miles next year. Got to love Dierks!

Andiee Michelle Bentley My Favorite Memory Was When I First Met Dierks♥ I Was A Huge Fan When He First Appeared On 2003. I Was In Like. Third Grade And I Had Dreamed Of Meeting Him For YEARS. So I Went To The Fair With My Best Friend Like, Three Months Ago And I Made A Tshirt That Said I♥ Dierks Bentley And I Was Like, Standing Outside His Tour Bus And He Waved To Me And Idkay I Was So Happy I Started Crying! Then Someone Came Off The Bus And Told Me To Come In And I Freaked Out! I Ran In And He Was Sitting There And I Started Bawling. And He Hugged Me And Said Whats Wrong? And I Was Like I Am Soo Happy I Met You! Ive Been Dreaming Of This Day Since I Was Eight! And He's Like Thats So Sweet! And We Were Talking And It Was Just Amazing(: So He Signed A Picture For Me And Ever Since Then I Want To See Him Again!(:

Congrats again, and if you haven't already, please email me at Ronna@dbcongress with your mailing address!

Happy New Year From Dierks Bentley Congress!

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Happy New Year to all the Dierks Bentley fans, DB Congress reps and Dierks and his family and musical team!  We hope 2011 brings health, happiness and lots of recognition  for our president!  As DB Congress representatives, let's resolve to do one thing every day to help Dierks get to #1!

What will you do?  Please leave a comment and let us know.  Remember, voting online or calling DJs takes just seconds! Isn't Dierks worth it?  Just think about all his music means to you!

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