Long Trip Alone by Dierks Bentley

Dierks’ third album has a spring in its step that his sophomore effort, last year’s Modern Day Drifter, was lacking. There’s an energy and sure-footedness to Long Trip Alone that can only be earned onstage, pleasing one demanding crowd after another—and Dierks is one of country’s most well-known road dogs, spending much of the year on tour. Trouble is, on Long Trip Alone Dierks sings about almost nothing but life on the road. Such singleminded focus leaves the listener who’s trying to relate to these unceasingly road-bound songs stuck on the side of the highway.

Comments

Recent Music Posts More

More News

First lady will appear in the same episode with Kellie Pickler.
Singer/songwriter tied the knot with Ryan Dokke on April 13.
Omnivore Recordings will release “The Garden Spot Programs, 1950” which includes new Hank Williams recordings, on May 20.
Kimberly Williams-Paisley has been playing sad sack Alan Harper’s new love interest
Glen has been suffering from Alzheimer’s since 2011.
Kip gave Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood and Hillary Scott each a bottle of his or her favorite alcoholic beverage.