Dierks Bentley, 13-Year-Old Daughter Evie; Photos Courtesy of YouTube Screenshots
Dierks Bentley, 13-Year-Old Daughter Evie; Photos Courtesy of YouTube Screenshots

WATCH: Dierks Bentley & His 13-Year-Old Daughter Evie Sing Duet Of P!nk Hit In Florida

Dierks Bentley and his 13-year-old daughter, Evie, teamed up to perform a cover of a popular P!nk hit during a recent concert at MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre on the Beers On Me Tour.

On Saturday (Aug. 20), Bentley welcomed his daughter, whose real name is Evalyn Day Bentley, to the stage to sing a cover of P!nk’s “All I Know So Far.” Luckily, one fan in the audience documented their performance on video and shared the clip to YouTube.

“Apparently she just went to the Florida State Fair and picked up a hat,” Bentley joked as Evie appeared beside him in the video. Prior to singing the P!nk cover, Bentley questioned his daughter on her song choice, asking, “You couldn’t have picked a country song?”

After questioning Evie on why she chose to cover, he explained that he may mess up a word or two during their performance of the mainstream pop hit.

“We’re going to try a song she wanted to do and let’s see how far I can get before I mess up the words,” Bentley added.

Joined by his band, the chart-topping hitmaker and father of three then performed the tune with his daughter, who donned a pink cowboy hat. Bentley began singing the first verse of the tune before his daughter took the second verse and put her vocal prowess on full display when Evie took on the chorus herself in front of the massive crowd.

Evie’s soaring vocals were met with a roaring applause by the audience, who were just amazed by her stunning vocals.

“You throw your head back, and you spit in the wind / Let the walls crack, ’cause it lets the light in / Let ’em drag you through hell / They can’t tell you to change who you are / That’s all I know so far,” the father/daughter pairing sang. “And when the storm’s out, you run in the rain / Put your sword down, dive right into the pain / Stay unfiltered and loud, you’ll be proud of that skin full of scars / That’s all I know so far.”

Following their impressive performance together, Bentley and his daughter took a bow in front of a crowd, who offered a lengthy standing ovation. Evie then hugged the “Gold” singer and exited the stage as Bentley exploded into his next song, “Somewhere On A Beach.”

Watch their performance together below.

This Isn’t The First Time Bentley And His Daughter Shared The Stage

This isn’t the first time that Evie joined her father onstage during a live show. In fact, she actually joined him a handful of times throughout the last few years, including her most recent appearance during Bentley headlining set at RODEOHOUSTON.

During the Arizona native’s set in Houston, Texas at RODEOHOUSTON on March 13, 2022, Bentley’s oldest daughter joined him for a special daddy/daughter moment onstage, where she showed that the apple doesn’t fall very far from the tree as she belted out the lyrics while paying tribute to the legendary rock group from Texas, ZZ Top.

The father/daughter pair performed a cover of the fan-favorite tune in front of a sold-out crowd.

In the past, Evie has also joined her dad on stage to sing a duet of his chart-topping hit “Different For Girls,” which originally features Elle King.

Bentley previously opened up about his daughter’s musical talents during an July 2021 interview with Good Morning America.

“Evie’s got a pretty special voice right now,” Bentley exclaimed, before explaining that they 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 than she is when performing in front of sold out crowds. However, he loves getting to share the stage with her.

“I’m more nervous than she is. She’s kind of a natural at it and it’s a special thing to get to share together,” the country hitmaker added.

Dierks Bentley recently released his new single “Gold,” which is currently climbing the country charts as he prepares to takeover Music City’s Bridgestone Arena on Friday (Aug. 26) with special guests Dustin Lynch and Elvie Shane.

Additionally, Bentley will soon head to Colorado for his annual Seven Peaks Music Festival. The three-day festival, which will take place throughout Labor Day Weekend (Sept. 2-4) Villa Grove, CO in the San Luis Valley, features a star-studded lineup with performances from Bentley, Morgan Wallen, HARDY, Ashley McBryde, Lainey Wilson, Tracy Lawrence, Travis Denning and more. 

Tickets for the Seven Peaks Music Festival are on sale now at www.SevenPeaksFestival.com.

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