Dierks Bentley’s latest single, “Tip It On Back,” gives him another reason to do so as it ratcheted up to the No. 1 position of this week’s MusicRow Chart.
Penned by Ross Copperman, Jon Nite, and Tully Kennedy, the song stands out from Bentley’s 19 previous singles as the first release not written by the singer. The track appears as the fourth single from his CMA-nominated Home album.
“Times are tough, so relax, drink up and let your troubles fade away,” reported Robert K. Oermann about the single for MusicRow’s DISClaimer. “His vocal has even more personality than usual, and the swirling echo of electric guitars surrounding him is a little bit of sonic magic. Intensely involving.”
Watch the Wes Edwards directed music video here.
Next month, Bentley will be featured during three primetime specials including the Grammy Nomination concert; the American Country Awards in accordance with his Album of the year nomination; and the CMA Country Christmas.
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