Dierks Bentley Hits Canadian Milestone

Dierks  Bentley hit a pretty neat milestone during his Canadian leg of his “Country & Cold Cans” tour last week. He wrapped up the Canadian tour in Winnipeg, Manitoba last week and hit his one millionth mile on the road on his way back home to the United States in his bus nicknamed “Old Goldie.”

“Goldie has been my home on the road since I put out my very first single,” said Bentley. “A lot of memories have been made traveling across the country in Goldie, and I’ve been able to see every city and town three or four times.  If you look at my guitar or my boots or my truck, you know that I love old things.  I hope she makes it another million!”

The eight-city Canadian tour was the first official tour of 2012 in support of his new album “Home.” The album debuted at number one, and his single of the same name is currently number one in Canada as well. Looks like Dierks may have found a new home in Canada… we have hockey!

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A 26 year-old Canadian girl currently living in England for a culinary career. Fell in love with country music and cooking at a young age, and looks for a way to do both.