Dierks Bentley Brings Daughter Evie on Stage to Sing 'Different for Girls'
Dierks Bentley's 12-year-old Daughter Evie Bentley Joins Him on Stage to Sing "Different for Girls."
Dierks Bentley surprised his fans by bringing his 12-year-old daughter Evie Bentley out on stage to join him in singing his hit "Different for Girls" during Chicago's Windy City Smokeout on Saturday, July 10.
According to Pop Culture, Evie, Bentley's oldest child, held her own with her dad on stage, showing off her impressive voice and proving that talent runs in the family.
Dierks Bentley with her daughter Evie Bentley on the stage performing 'Different for Girls.'
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The song "Different For Girls" originally features Elle King and appears on Bentley's 2016 album, Black. When Evie sang Elle King's verse of the track lives on stage, thousands of crowds roared for her.
Saturday concert was not the first time Evie has gotten on stage with her dad. In 2019 she joined her dad to perform "Traveling Light" at Bentley's annual Seven Peaks Music Festival in Colorado. Similarly, when she was three years old, in 2012, she got on the Ryman Auditorium to sing "I'm Thinking of You" with her pops.
By seeing the track record of Evie, she might join her father again during his upcoming Beers on Me Tour, which is set to begin on August 13 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In a statement, Bentley said, Riley Green and Parker McCollum will join him for the run. In addition, he also said that this year's tour name was inspired when he wrote a song a few months back with some friends called 'Beers On Me.'
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