Dierks Bentley Guitar Chords

Dierks Bentley


Growing up in a non-musical family in Phoenix, Arizona, country singer Dierks Bentley got his country music education on his own, listening to records. A love of the music inspired him to move to Nashville at the age of 19, but he quickly grew discouraged by the lack of public and professional interest coming his way. It all changed when he walked into the Station Inn, a bar where the bluegrass faithful hung out. An all-night jam session recharged his batteries and he again started pursuing gigs. He landed a job at the TNN television network doing research on classic country music, and by night he worked on his demos. Capitol Records finally heard the artist, signed him, and released his self-titled debut, Dierks Bentley, in 2003. It yielded the impossibly catchy single "What Was I Thinkin'?"

Bringing his love of Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings more to the forefront, Modern Day Drifter followed two years later and became a Top Ten hit. In 2006, he returned with Long Trip Alone, a more polished effort that was commercial but not crass. Greatest Hits: Every Mile a Memory arrived in 2008. Although it was perhaps a bit early in his career for a compilation, it did contain his key charting singles and added in fan-selected live tracks as a bonus, making it a nice summation of Bentley's work up to that point. His fourth album, Feel That Fire, was released in early 2009, followed by the bluegrass-themed Up on the Ridge in 2010.

Bentley's sixth album, Home, released in 2012, featured a dozen new songs that the singer road-tested on tour. It was an eclectic and varied affair, with guest spots from Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild as well as Tim O'Brien and Sam Bush, among others. Capitol issued his self-funded EP, Country and Cold Cans, that summer, and before long he had begun sessions for what would be his seventh full-length release for the label in 11 years. "Bourbon in Kentucky," a duet with Kacey Musgraves, was the first single from the sessions, but it flopped upon its June 2013 release, going no further than number 40 on the Billboard Country charts. A second single, "I Hold On," quickly followed and went into the Top Ten, but the lack of success of "Bourbon in Kentucky" was a factor in pushing back the release of Riser; it didn't appear until February 2014. Bentley rebounded with Riser, however. The album debuted at number one on Billboard's Country charts -- it went to six on the Top 200 -- and generated three major hits: "I Hold On" and "Drunk on a Plane," which both peaked at three on the U.S. Hot Country chart and went platinum, and "Say You Do" which topped out at five. The title track sustained momentum on radio in 2015, and in early 2016, he returned with "Somewhere on a Beach," the first single from his eighth album, Black. Both the single and subsequent album topped Billboard's country charts with Black also landing the number two spot on the Top 200. Bentley returned in early 2018 with "Women, Amen," the lead single from his forthcoming album The Mountain. ~ David Jeffries & Steve Leggett, Rovi
Genres: canadian contemporary country, contemporary country, country, country road, modern country rock

Guitar Chords:

5-1-5-0 (ver. 2)
All The Way To Me
A Lot Of Leaving
Always Be Me
Am I The Only One
Bad Angel
Bartenders Etc
Beautiful World
Better Believer
Black (ver. 2)
Black (ver. 3)
Black (ver. 4)
Bourbon In Kentucky
Bourbon In Kentucky (ver. 2)
Bourbon In Kentucky (ver. 3)
Bourbon In Kentucky (ver. 4)
Bourbon In Kentucky (ver. 5)
Breathe You In
Burning Man
Burning Man (ver. 2)
Cab Of My Truck
Cant Be Replaced
Cant Live It Down
Come A Little Closer
Come A Little Closer (ver. 2)
Come A Little Closer (ver. 3)
Come A Little Closer (ver. 4)
Come A Little Closer (ver. 5)
Come A Little Closer (ver. 6)
Come A Little Closer (ver. 7)
Damn These Dreams
Damn These Dreams (ver. 2)
Damn These Dreams (ver. 3)
Days Of Dark
Diamonds Make Babies
Different For Girls
Distant Shore
Down In The Mine
Down On Easy Street
Draw Me A Map
Draw Me A Map (ver. 2)
Draw Me A Map (ver. 3)
Drunk On A Plane
Drunk On A Plane (ver. 2)
Drunk On A Plane (ver. 3)
Drunk On A Plane (ver. 4)
Every Mile A Memory
Every Mile A Memory (ver. 2)
Every Mile A Memory (ver. 3)
Every Mile Of Memory
Every Mile Of Memory (ver. 2)
Feel That Fire
Feel That Fire (ver. 2)
Feel That Fire (ver. 3)
Fiddlin Around
Free And Easy
Free And Easy (ver. 2)
Free And Easy (ver. 3)
Free Easy
Gonna Get There Someday
Gonna Get There Some Day
Gonna Get There Some Day (ver. 2)
Goodbye In Telluride
Goodbye In Telluride (ver. 2)
Good Things Happen
Heart Of A Lonely Girl
Heaven Im Headed To
Here On Earth
Hold The Light
Home (ver. 2)
Home (ver. 3)
Home (ver. 4)
Home Is Where The Hurt Is
Hope For Me Yet
Hope For Me Yet (ver. 2)
Hope For Me Yet (ver. 3)
How Am I Doin
How Im Going Out
Hurt Somebody
I Bought The Shoes
I Can Only Think Of One
I Can Only Think Of One (ver. 2)
I Cant Forget Her
I Hold On
Ill Be The Moon
Ill Be The Moon (ver. 2)
In My Head
Is Anybody Loving You These Days
I Wanna Make You Close Your Eyes
I Wish It Would Break
Light It Up
Long Trip Alone
Long Trip Alone (ver. 2)
Lot Of Leavin Left To Do
Lot Of Leavin Left To Do (ver. 2)
Love Grows Wild
Mardis Gras
My Last Name
My Love Will Follow You
My Religion
Nothing On But The Stars
Pick Up
Pretty Girls
Prodigal Sons Prayer
Riser (ver. 2)
Say You Do
Say You Do (ver. 2)
Senor Tales Of Yankee Power
Settle For A Slowdown
Settle For A Slowdown (ver. 2)
Settle For A Slowdown (ver. 3)
Settle For A Slowdown (ver. 4)
Settle For A Slowdown (ver. 5)
Sideways (ver. 2)
Sideways (ver. 3)
Somewhere On A Beach
So So Long
So So Long (ver. 2)
Summer On Fire
Sweet And Wild
Sweet Wild
The Mountain
The Woods
Thinking Of You
Tip It On Back
Tip It On Back (ver. 2)
Tip It On Back (ver. 3)
Train Travelin
Travelin Light
Trying To Stop Your Leaving
Trying To Stop Your Leaving (ver. 2)
Trying To Stop Your Leaving (ver. 3)
Up On The Ridge
Walking Papers
What The Hell Did I Say
What Was I Thinkin
What Was I Thinkin (ver. 2)
Whiskey Tears
Why Do I Feel
Wish It Would Break
With The Band
Woman Amen
Women Amen
You Cant Bring Me Down
You Hold Me Together