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Black by Dierks Bentley

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Label: Capitol Nashville
Having drifted everywhere from dance floor country pop to full-on bluegrass on seven previous albums, one of Nashville’s most reliably likable hunks-next-door devotes his eighth album to the ladies. He steams up the windows in the title track, duets with Maren Morris on “I’ll Be The Moon,” drunk-dials into someone’s arms in “What the Hell Did I Say,” and gloomily navigates a breakup (“Why Do I Feel”) -- just for starters. Elsewhere, glam belter Elle King and New Orleans hornsman Trombone Shorty help Bentley stretch his boundaries.

About This Album

Having drifted everywhere from dance floor country pop to full-on bluegrass on seven previous albums, one of Nashville’s most reliably likable hunks-next-door devotes his eighth album to the ladies. He steams up the windows in the title track, duets with Maren Morris on “I’ll Be The Moon,” drunk-dials into someone’s arms in “What the Hell Did I Say,” and gloomily navigates a breakup (“Why Do I Feel”) -- just for starters. Elsewhere, glam belter Elle King and New Orleans hornsman Trombone Shorty help Bentley stretch his boundaries.

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About This Album

Having drifted everywhere from dance floor country pop to full-on bluegrass on seven previous albums, one of Nashville’s most reliably likable hunks-next-door devotes his eighth album to the ladies. He steams up the windows in the title track, duets with Maren Morris on “I’ll Be The Moon,” drunk-dials into someone’s arms in “What the Hell Did I Say,” and gloomily navigates a breakup (“Why Do I Feel”) -- just for starters. Elsewhere, glam belter Elle King and New Orleans hornsman Trombone Shorty help Bentley stretch his boundaries.