Who is dierks bentley dating
Unassuming and down-to-earth: Two qualities you wouldn't expect to be attributed to one of country music's hottest stars, but Dierks Bentley isn't your typical superstar.
Shocked that Glamour would want to interview him, he not only thanked us for spending time talking with him, but the following day at the ACMs he stopped by to tell us he really enjoyed the conversation. It's Frederick Dierks Bentley, but my whole family goes by their middle name—my sister, my brother.
The crew was like, "Folks, due to a certain band on the plane, we're out of beer."Glamour: So I shouldn't at all be terrified that you have your pilot's license! I really love flying, but it's really nice to jump on a plane, sit back, and let someone else do the heavy lifting, but flying is my main passion for sure.
Glamour: On a more serious note, I know how personal "Riser" is to you after the loss of your dad.
Bentley performed the song as part of his hosting of the 2016 Academy of Country Music Awards.
The music video was directed by Wes Edwards and premiered in February 2016.
He and the girl are then seen swimming in a hotel pool together and he is seen giving her a massage on the beach and with her in a lounge chair at the same beach.
They are then rescued by a lifeguard before sharing an ice cream cone and getting massaged together (he is seen in a head covering).
Glamour: I'm pretty sure every female is crushing on you right now. Here he opens up about his about the story behind his unusual (but awesome) name, how he knew his wife was The One, and pushing past the pain of his father's passing. That's how normal people do it, so I don't know why she did it that way!The song has been compared to Bentley's previous hits "Drunk on a Plane" (2014) and "How Am I Doin'" (2004).The website, Taste of Country, gave the song a positive review, saying it is "fair to call the soulful country-blues song a sequel to “Drunk On a Plane”: "Somewhere on a Beach" details what happens once that plane lands"."Somewhere on a Beach" reached number one on the U. Billboard Country Airplay chart, giving Bentley his fourteenth number-one hit on the U. The song was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting sales of over one million units in the United States.Its chart success in Canada was similarly received, as it peaked at number one on the Country chart and number 59 on the Canadian Hot 100.