Dierks Bentley and Elle King got good news bright and early on Wednesday morning (Nov. 2), when they were announced as the winners for Musical Event of the Year in the 2016 CMA Awards for "Different for Girls."
Dierks Bentley will be up before the sun on the day of the CMA Awards (Nov. 2). He’s going to be performing a free show outside Bridgestone Arena in Nashville as part of Good Morning America’s celebration of the CMAs, which celebrate 50 years in 2016.
Before he took the stage as a performer, Dierks Bentley was working the CMA Awards backstage. As an intern, he was one of the crew members wearing a headset, helping stars like Shania Twain get on and off the stage.
Dierks Bentley has revealed his 2017 headlining tour with special guests Cole Swindell and Jon Pardi. The What the Hell World Tour will kick off Jan. 19 in Dayton, Ohio. A hilariously censored video only hints at the fun the three friends will be having.
Dierks Bentley fans who attended his first of two concert dates at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado on Monday night (Sept. 26) got a special treat. The star brought out Maren Morris for a moving duet of "I'll Be the Moon."