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Riser

by Dierks Bentley

Riser by Dierks Bentley

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Riser

by Dierks Bentley

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Label: Capitol Records Nashville
For Riser, "I Hold On" isn't just the single -- a four-minute promise ring to his girl, truck, dad, guitar, faith and freedom -- but a distillation of just about every song on the record. On "Bourbon in Kentucky," for instance, the barrel lets him down, and he continues holding on to break-up grief, unable to overcome it until the bittersweet tropical vacation of "Drunk on a Plane" five songs later. "Damn These Dreams," meanwhile, is an equally bittersweet account of how Dierks has held onto his country ambitions ever since he first heard Hank on the radio.

About This Album

For Riser, "I Hold On" isn't just the single -- a four-minute promise ring to his girl, truck, dad, guitar, faith and freedom -- but a distillation of just about every song on the record. On "Bourbon in Kentucky," for instance, the barrel lets him down, and he continues holding on to break-up grief, unable to overcome it until the bittersweet tropical vacation of "Drunk on a Plane" five songs later. "Damn These Dreams," meanwhile, is an equally bittersweet account of how Dierks has held onto his country ambitions ever since he first heard Hank on the radio.

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About This Album

For Riser, "I Hold On" isn't just the single -- a four-minute promise ring to his girl, truck, dad, guitar, faith and freedom -- but a distillation of just about every song on the record. On "Bourbon in Kentucky," for instance, the barrel lets him down, and he continues holding on to break-up grief, unable to overcome it until the bittersweet tropical vacation of "Drunk on a Plane" five songs later. "Damn These Dreams," meanwhile, is an equally bittersweet account of how Dierks has held onto his country ambitions ever since he first heard Hank on the radio.