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Dierks Bentley brings surprise-filled Burning Man Tour to Nashville

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The Burning Man Tour came to Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Friday night with headliner Dierks Bentley and opening acts Jon Pardi, Tenille Townes, and Hot Country Knights. But the night was full of surprise guests that honored both 90s and traditional country music.

Hot Country Knights, the 90s country cover band comprised of Dierks Bentley and his bandmates, kicked off the show with a fun-filled string of memorable hits, including “Does He Love You?” and “Man, I Feel Like a Woman!” The band’s set also included multiple surprise appearances, starting with Thomas Rhett, who sang his dad Rhett Akins’ hit “That Ain’t My Truck.”

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Mark Miller, lead singer of Sawyer Brown, stopped by to show Hot Country Knights a few pro tips:

Up next was Tenille Townes, who blended her unique voice and style with a commanding stage presence. Her current single “Somebody’s Daughter” is climbing the charts and clearly resonated with the crowd.

Photo credit: Nicole Palsa

Bridgestone Arena transformed into a high-energy honkytonk when Jon Pardi took the stage. Not only did he perform his hits like “Dirt on my Boots” and “Party on the Dance Floor,” but he also previewed new music from his upcoming album that received equal praise from the crowd.

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Headliner Dierks Bentley kicked off his set with the tour’s namesake, “Burning Man,” with energy as big as the venue. The large video screen that draped the open space behind the stage perfectly complimented Dierks’ music by visually enhancing the songs through videos of nature’s beauty and poignant, candid photos.

Photo credit: Nicole Palsa

During the song “Woman, Amen,” the screen was filled with black-and-white images of historic and contemporary women in country music, from Dolly Parton to Kacey Musgraves.

Dierks also brought Tenille Townes back on stage to perform “Different for Girls”

Photo credit: Nicole Palsa

And the collaborations didn’t end there… Dierks brought out Keith Urban, who shredded on guitar during his performance of “The Mountain.” Keith stayed on stage while Dierks brought out another surprise guest, Miranda Lambert.

The trio performed a medley of classic country hits, including “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “The Bottle Let Me Down,” “Blue Kentucky Girl,” and “Cowboy Take Me Away.”

What a night!! You can catch the Burning Man Tour in a town near you throughout 2019: https://www.dierks.com/tour

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