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Riser topped the Billboard Country Albums chart and marked Dierks Bentley's fifth career debut in the top spot. The thunderbird symbolism speaks volumes about the complex ball of emotions locked within. It’s a symbol of strength, resilience and renewal – one that appropriately reflected Bentley’s first album since the death of his father and the birth of his first son. Produced by Ross Copperman and Arturo Buenahora Jr., it's a project full of sonic power that has a strong sense of family and community.
A1. Bourbon in Kentucky A2. Say You Do A3. I Hold On A4. Pretty Girls A5. Here On Earth A6. Drunk On A Plane B1. Five B2. Riser B3. Sounds Of Summer B4. Damn These Dreams B5. Back PorchB6. Hurt Somebody