Dierks Bentley played the first of two sold-out nights at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO on Monday (September 26th). The crowd included members of Dierks’ team, family and some friends, including one surprise guest.
Dierks told the crowd, “We’re all trying to hold it together here. This is my fifth time playing Red Rocks, but it gets more crazy and crazy every time. It’s not every night you get to play here, so I texted a friend to see if she could be part of tonight. She’s got one of the best voices in Country music and came all the way from Boston to be here tonight . . . Maren Morris y’all!”
The two teamed up to duet on “I’ll Be The Moon,” the song they recorded together for Dierks’ Black album.
They also harmonized on Maren’s “My Church” before Randy Houser joined to swap vices on “Bad Angel” according to Rolling Stone. The crowd was so relentless that Dierks wound up breaking curfew to continue the show.
He played the second and final night at Red Rocks last night (Tuesday, September 27th) along with Randy Houser and Tucker Beathard.