Dierks Bentley with a bluegrass cover of a U2 song- and it’s awesome [VIDEO]
Dierks Bentley did a bluegrass cover of the U2 song "Pride (In The Name of Love)" on his "Up On The Ridge" album. This song pops up every once in a while on the "WITTLE Fiddle Show" on Sunday nights at 11PM, so you may have heard it already. In the studio version, Dierks was joined by the bluegrass group, "The Punch Brothers", featuring Chris Thile - that's Chris on the mandolin (Chris is also part of the bluegrass group "Nickle Creek"). In 2010, Dierks played the Southpaw - (a club in New York City which is now closed) and was joined by the Punch Brothers, where they did "Pride" live. Check out the video below.
We'll see if Dierks does this song live when he plays he headlines the Taste of Country, brought to you by Greater Michigan Ford Dealers, at the Cooley Law School Stadium, on June 13th 2015. Better get your tickets now.
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