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Dierks Bentley is an American country music singer and songwriter. His best known hits include “What Was I Thinkin,” “Drunk on a Plane,” “I Hold On,” and “Feel the Fire.” In 2003, Bentley released his self-titled debut studio album, which yielded the single, “What Was I Thinkin”, topped the country charts. His 2005 effort, Modern Day Drifter, also went platinum. His music video for “Drunk on a Plane” won the 2014 CMA Music Video of the Year Award in 2014. Born Frederick Dierks Bentley on November 20, 1975 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, to Leon Bentley and Catherine Childs, Bentley attended Culver Academies in Indiana and graduated from The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey in 1993. He signed to Capitol Nashville in 2003, and released his eponymous debut album. He married Cassidy Black in 2005. They have three children: son, Knox, and two daughters, Jordan Catherine, and Evelyn Day.

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All body measurements and statistics of Dierks Bentley, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, hips, and weight.

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Height: 6′0″ (183 cm)
Weight: 176 pounds (80 kg)
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Quotes

I want to be free to be any version of me I feel like being. I don’t want to be McDonald’s that serves the same food every time.

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You can’t write about stuff you don’t know about. You have to live it. You have to roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty. Live life to be a good songwriter.

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My dog Jake ran up to Dolly Parton, and he put his nose up her skirt. We were like, ‘Oh my God, don’t do that.’ I didn’t know Dolly, and she said, ‘Watch out there little doggie, don’t start something you can’t finish.’

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Only in country music can you compare an old pickup truck and an old guitar to your wife and turn it into a love song… Thank God for country music.

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Country music is always changing but the Opry is always there to serve as a lighthouse for what country music really is. The past, present and future is all encompassed by not only the physical structure of the building but also the radio show.

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