Dierks Bentley covered Keith Urban’s “Somebody Like You” on Tuesday to help announced his Seven Peaks Music Festival return.
Dierks sang while playing the guitar during his bluegrass spin of the song.
“I ran out of guitar, but I think that’s pretty cool. Keith can’t play guitar like me,” Dierks teased at the end of the song.
“Definitely can’t play like that,” his bandmate joked back.
“No… you’re saying I’m better…They should call this song Nobody Like Me. Nobody like you can play like me,” Dierks continued to tease. “Keith can’t play like me is what you’re saying. I will!”
This will be Bentley’s third Seven Peaks Music Festival which is happening over this Labor Day Weekend. The event in Buena Vista, Colorado will feature Bentley and Urban plus performances by OCMS, Randy Houser, Ingrid Andress, Callista Clark, Travis Denning, Payton Smith and more.
“Getting the green light to book artists and plan our third annual Seven Peaks was the single best piece of news I’ve gotten in the last year,” Bentley said in a statement. “It is my favorite weekend of the year, and I know every fan and artist that has been there will tell you the same.”
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