Dierks Bentley, his 11-year-old daughter Jordan and 13-year-old daughter Evie teamed up to perform a cover of a popular P!nk hit during his Friday evening (Aug. 27) concert in Nashville on the Beers On Me Tour.
In the midst of his energy-filled concert in Music City, the country superstar welcomed his two daughters Jordan Catherine and Evalyn (Evie) Day to the stage to sing a cover of P!nk’s “All I Know So Far.”
“When in doubt bring the kids out,” Bentley told the crowd. “Evie and I sung this song in Tampa last weekend and people seem to dig it, but it’s a song by P!nk. But this girl over here does all the aerial silks and trapeze, she loves P!nk,” Bentley explained, referencing his daughter Jordan’s love for the pop superstar.
Joined by his full band, the chart-topping hitmaker and father of three then performed the tune with his daughters.
Bentley began singing the first verse of the tune before Evie and Jordan each took on different parts of the popular pop hit. Throughout the performance, both Evie and Jordan proved that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree as their soaring vocals were met with a roaring applause by the audience, who were just amazed by her stunning vocals.
The performance was met with a roaring ovation prompting Bentley to pause for a moment to take it all in as his daughters exited the stage.
“Thank y’all! This is a hometown show for sure,” Bentley told the crowd.
@dierksbentley surprised in Nashville with a performance alongside his two daughters, Jordan and Evie. Together, they performed a cover of @pinkofficial’s AllIKnowSoFar.
Bentley then went on to deliver explosive performances of “Somewhere On A Beach,” “Free and Easy (Down The Road I Go),” and “5-1-5-0” before concluding his set with “Drunk On A Plane.”
The country hitmaker’s 8-year-old son, Knox, joined him on stage during his hometown performance of the fan-favorite hit.
Knox, who was dressed in a Maverick Flight Suit costume, had the time of his life alongside his famous father as he ran around the stage dancing along to the rowdy tune.
This isn’t the first time Bentley incorporated his children into his performance. In fact, Evie and Knox often join Bentley during his concerts on the road. Most recently, Evie joined her father for a duet in Tampa as well as made her RODEOHOUSTON debut during Bentley headlining set in March.
During his concert at Bridgestone Arena, Bentley also teamed up with direct support act Dustin Lynch for a performance of “Beers On Me” and opener Elvie Shane to sing “Bad Angel.”
“For the first time in a few years… We played Nashville last night. A night I’ll never forget. I had a few special guests join me on stage, grateful is an understatement…! Thank you to my fans, we could do this without your continued support. Thank you, Nashville, for an amazing night!”
Dierks Bentley, who is currently in the midst of his headlining Beers On Me Tour, recently released his new single “Gold,” which is currently climbing the country charts.
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.