Dierks Bentley earns his 17th career No. One single with “Woman, Amen” today as its grateful message and anthemic chorus tops the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck singles charts this week. The lead single from his just-released ninth studio album THE MOUNTAIN, the track “hits Bentley’s sweet spot: a big, contemporary-sounding radio hit that carries a deeper message” (Washington Post) while serving as a “shimmering song of devotion,” (Billboard).
“Making THE MOUNTAIN with my fellow songwriters and musicians was such a creatively inspiring journey and it’s been so gratifying to share the culmination of that effort with the fans in the last few days,” said Bentley. “To see people genuinely connecting with the music in the way they have is the ultimate reward. Thank you to my collaborators and thank you to the fans for opening their hearts to this album. I love that these songs are making good traveling companions.”
After closing out last night’s stadium set at CMA Music Festival, Bentley heads to TODAY’s Summer Concert Series tomorrow (6/12 at 7:00A ET/CT on NBC), The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday (6/13 at 10:35P CT on NBC) and takes CBS correspondent Jan Crawford back to the studio in Colorado for CBS This Morning on Thursday (6/14 on CBS at 7:00A CT). Exclusive fan performances this week also continue with an iHeartCountry Album Release Party (6/12 at 9P CT via iHeartCountry’s YouTube) and at Pandora’s Up Close concert experience, both in NYC.
Reaching a new creative high, Bentley co-wrote 10 of the album’s 13 new tracks that are unified by themes of presence and positivity, and range in style from textured rock to acoustic folk, feeling both rooted and expansive at the same time. The Arizona native has amassed more than one billion digital streams, countless additional nominations from the ACM, CMA and Billboard Music Awards while earning 13 GRAMMY nominations – including at least one stemming from each of his last six albums. Bentley will continue to bring an “energy-packed atmosphere” (Washington Post) to venues and amphitheaters on his 2018 MOUNTAIN HIGH TOUR throughout the summer. For more information and a list of upcoming tour dates visit www.dierks.com.