Country superstar Dierks Bentley brought out all the stops for his Nashville show at Bridgestone Arena on Feb. 22. The four-time ACM nominee sold out the evening in his hometown and played for four hours with surprise guests including Miranda Lambert and Kenny Chesney. Bentley also brought out his ’90s country cover band Hot Country Knights. The costumed cover band (seen below) brought out Thomas Rhett incognito as “Daryle” who sang father Rhett Akins’ hit “That Ain’t My Truck,” while Mark Miller from Sawyer Brown later joined for “Some Girls Do.” Already feeling like a family affair, that point was emphasized when Bentley’s alter-ego “Doug” was joined by his daughter Jordan, aka “Lil Doug,” for a duet serenade.

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