Dierks Bentley Supports Record Store Day With Performance

Dierks will make special appearance at an indie record store in Seattle on April 21.

Dierks Bentley is joining other artists including Coldplay, Foster the People, The Black Keys and Ryan Adams in celebrating the fifth annual Record Store Day on April 21. Several artists will release exclusive music only at "brick and mortar" record stores in celebration of the day, including Pistol Annies, who will release an LP version of their single "Hell on Heels."

Other artists, like Dierks, make special appearances at independent record stores. Dierks will perform at Easy Street Records’ Queen Anne location in downtown Seattle at 1 p.m. PT.

“Record Store Day is such a great event that has hardly had any attention in country music,” said Dierks in a statement. “Some of the coolest exclusive product comes out on this day at [indie] retailers, and I wanted country fans to be able to get in on the action. I may have a few surprise special guests up my sleeve, too. I'm really excited to take over Easy Street for an hour that afternoon. . . . Seattle is such a great music town."

Dierks is currently on the road on his 20-city 2012 Country & Cold Cans Tour, along with recent Academy of Country Music award winners Eli Young Band as well as Will Hoge and The Cadillac Black (on select dates).

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