Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Dierks Bentley Earns His Eleventh Grammy Award Nomination!

Ten time Grammy nominee Dierks Bentley, just received his 11th all-time nod during tonight's Grammy Nomination Concert.  And he's up against some tough competition for the Best Country Solo Performance, to be awarded at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards February 10, 2013, at 8 pm EST on CBS.

Dierks's nomination for his performance of "Home" will compete against Eric Church's "Springsteen," Ronnie Dunn's "Cost of Livin'," "Wanted," by Hunter Hayes, Carrie Underwood's, "Blown Away," and the CMA "Song of the year Award winner, "Over," performed by Blake Shelton.

The Nomination concert was held in Music City (Nashville, TN), at the Bridgestone Arena, where Dierks performed live with The Band Perry.  They sang an impressive rendition of  "Jackson," honoring the late Johnny Cash, in perfect harmony.

Photos from; Dierks Bentley and Kimberly Perry (The Band Perry)

So, who watched? Who DVR'd it?  What did you think of our president's performance?  What do you think his chances are of winning in February? Leave a comment with your thoughts!


  1. I thought it was one of the best performances. I was so happy to hear his name being called for a nominee. Good luck Dierks.

  2. Good Luck, I would love to see him win it.

  3. Loved the performance. As usual, he did a great job. Was so pleased to see that he'd been nominated. Fingers crossed for a win, but not getting my hopes up.