Dierks Bentley is gearing up for his first-ever Seven Peaks Festival taking place in the mountains of Colorado on Aug. 31 – Sept. 2.
To get ready for the inaugural event, the “Woman, Amen” singer is kicking off with a medley of ’90s hits from the first days lineup. In a video posted to Youtube, Dierks and his band run through Clint Black’s “Killin’ Time,” Terri Clark’s “Better Things To Do,” Sawyer Brown’s “Some Girls Do,” and David Lee Murphy’s “Dust on a Bottle.”
But then, miraculously, Doug Douglasson of Hot Country Knights ’90s country cover band makes an appearance to work his way into the festival on Friday Aug. 31. With all those 90s country stars on the bill, who needs Hot Country Knights?
“We can do it cheaper. We can negotiate, we actually do their songs,” Doug said. You can’t afford those guys. We can take a Terri Clark song and Sawyer Brown and mash them up into one song.”
Now that sounds like a deal! Seven Peaks Festival tickets are on sale now.
Seven Peaks Festival Lineup
Friday Aug. 31 –
David Lee Murphy
Hot Country Knights
Saturday Sept. 1 –
The Cadillac Three
Sunday Sept. 2 –
Del McCoury Band