Wanna Watch Dierks Make His Album?

photo by JIM WRIGHT/THE GREENROOM PR

This may be a country music first—Dierks Bentley’s going to put a web cam in the studio where he’s making is new album, and he won’t shut it off until it’s done.

Dierks and crew are moving to Asheville, N.C., for a few weeks to cut his sixth album for Capitol Records. You’re invited, via web cam, anyway.

“I’ve got the best musicians in the world, and we’re going to go hunker down for a few weeks and live and breathe this record,” Dierks said in a statement.

“I thought it would be cool to let the fans be part of the whole experience, so we’re going to let them watch as it all goes down.”

The live streaming starts Sunday through dierks.com.

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