Oops: Dierks Bentley Accidentally Gives Fans His E-Mail Address

photo by Jim Wright / The GreenRoom PR

It started when Dierks Bentley did a Facebook chat with fans Monday night (Feb. 24) to promote Tuesday’s release of his new album, Riser.

Dierks posted a pic of him doing the chat on his Instagram account—but that pic included his personal e-mail address. Fans latched on quickly and started sending Dierks e-mails.

“Oops,” Dierks tweeted along with a screen shot showing a bunch of e-mails.

An hour later, he posted, “phone is gonna need some more GBs. yikes!”

His final post of the night: “omg… y’all are killing me! definitely my most ‘personal’ album release ever. cant help but love the emails/stories.” 

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