Bringing back that 2005 Modern Day Drifter look… I dig it.
In an effort to raise money for World Central Kitchen (donate here), Dierks partnered with Tito’s Vodka to put on a killer acoustic show from the stunning mountains of Colorado.
Accompanied by his buddy Warren on banjo, Dierks brought a ton of bluegrass flavor to the set, so much so that I’m wondering when we’re gonna get another Up On The Ridge album. He even performed a cover of Old & In The Way’s “Midnight Moonlight.”
He also broke out some old fan favorites like “Free & Easy,” “Home,” ‘What Was I Thinking,” “Lot Of Leavin’ Left To Do,” and some new ones like “Burning Man” and “Living.”
Good tunes, great views, Dierks’ throwback hair… it’s undoubted been one of the best live streams I’ve watched since this entire quarantine began.