2018 for Dierks Bentley is off to a great start! The country superstar is dropping his first single of the year, "Woman, Amen", this Wednesday, January 17th. You can hear the world premiere of this song on-air every hour with Wave 92.7 and WAVE 93.3
In addition to this, Dierks celebrated the grand opening of his new bar, "Whiskey Row Nashville" on Sunday night. The bar was filled with 300+ guests checking out the new hot spot on Broadway including some very special guests. Longtime pals of the singer including Thomas Rhett, Jon Pardi, Cole Swindell, Lauren Alaina, Brothers Osbourne, and many others came out to congratulate Dierks on the opening.
Bobby Bones and LANCO also made an appearance and shared the following photos from the night:
Well it’s official, @dierksbentley knows how to throw the ultimate Sunday funday! Congrats on the grand opening of @whiskeyrownashville Nothing like hanging with so many friends and playing some good ol 90’s country. @mrbobbybones @jonpardipics @laurenalaina @brothersosborne @thomasrhettakins @coleswindell @marenmorris @ryanhurd
The night turned into a little bit of a 90's country music festival with singer/songwriters jumping on stage and playing their favorite songs from back in the day. Maren Morris performed "Strawberry Wine" (as seen below); Thomas Rhett performed his take of his dad's hit song, "That ain't my Truck"; and Mr. Bobby Bones with Lauren Alaina and LANCO did a little Brooks and Dunn for the crowd.
This was a rare and special night for Dierks Bentley and all his friends. No, it's not often you walk into a bar (even in Nashville) and find this many country artists in one place.