Dierks Bentley praised his daughter 12-year-old daughter Evie’s musical talents.
On Friday (July 23), the country superstar gave a virtual performance in addition to talking with the co-hosts on Good Morning America. During the discussion, Bentley talked about his family and being an outdoorsman in Colorado. He was also asked about his daughter Evie and her following in his musical footsteps as she recently joined him on stage for a daddy/daughter duet of his chart-topping hit “Different For Girls,” which originally features Elle King.
“Evie’s got a pretty special voice right now,” Bentley exclaimed, before explaining that they daddy/daughter pairing don’t really practice as he admits that Evie is just “a natural at it.”
“We don’t really practice or rehearse a bunch or probably do all the stuff we should do,” Bentley continued. “She’s just a kid and I like her doing kid stuff but she’s got a great voice and stage presence, so she’ll jump out on stage sometimes and sing in front of 15,000 people…”
Bentley also shared that often times, he is more nervous then she is when performing in front of sold out crowds. However, he loves getting to share the stage with her.
“I’m more nervous then she is. She’s kind of a natural at it and it’s a special thing to get to share together,” the “Gone” singer added.
“All my kids love performing,” Bentley later admitted.
Following a brief discussion with Good Morning America co-hosts Michael Strahan, Ginger Zee and George Stephanopoulos, Bentley performed two songs, including his 20th No. 1 single “Gone” and the chart-topping, fan-favorite hit, “Somewhere On A Beach.”
Joined by his full band, Bentley’s pre-taped performance of the popular tracks were shown in New York City’s famed Times Square.
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