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There are times when you’re just the background music to what’s going on. I want people facing forward, fully engaged in the show. I want their undivided attention. I need that. My ego wants your undivided attention for as long as we’re playing. And I’ll give you mine. It’s a two-way street. I like playing places where it forces you to be face-forward, beer in one hand, fist in the other.” -db
COUNTRY MUSIC artist Dierks Bentley gets airborne as he performs a free concert at the Tabernacle Tuesday, courtesy of the third annual Samsung AT&T Summer Krush music tour. Curtis Compton, email@example.com
DURING A backstage interview, Bentley considers questions. Curtis Compton, firstname.lastname@example.org