Dierks Bentley Duets With Daughter, Evie, Reveals He Broke ‘A Few Bones’

Dierks Bentley; Photo by Andrew Wendowski 2
Dierks Bentley; Photo by Andrew Wendowski 2
Dierks Bentley; Photo by Andrew Wendowski 2

Dierks Bentley is ready to get back to work after breaking a few bones in his hand.

Taking to Instagram to share a quick health update with his fans, Bentley showed off his new cast after performing a mini acoustic session with his 10-year-old daughter, Evelyn Day (Evie).

Sitting on a porch with a picturesque view overlooking the Colorado mountains, Bentley and his eldest child sang Maren Morris’ megahit “My Church.” Evie showed off her impressive pipes while her father provided harmonies.


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After their impromptu jam session, Bentley addressed fans directly to let them know he had sustained a few injuries but had no plans to cancel his upcoming tour dates.

“What’s up y’all? [I’m] totally fine… broke a few bones but its just bones, they heal pretty easily,” the superstar shared. “I can do everything I want to do. I’m actually more than fine, I’m great and I cannot want to get back out with y’all. [I] guess there is some concern as to whether I would be on the road. I can’t wait! I’m so fired up to get back out there.”

The award-winning star reportedly sustained the injuries in a bicycle accident.

Bentley’s upcoming appearances planned for Oshkosh, WI (June 28), Skyline Villiage, MI (June 29) and Syracuse, NY (June 30) will go on as scheduled.

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