JON PARDI SAYS THE ATMOSPHERE ON DIERKS BENTLEY’S ‘WHAT THE HELL TOUR’ FEELS LIKE FAMILY

JON PARDI SAYS THE ATMOSPHERE ON DIERKS BENTLEY’S ‘WHAT THE HELL TOUR’ FEELS LIKE FAMILY
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 Jon Pardiloves being on the road withDierks Bentleyon theWhat the Hell Tour, which also features palCole Swindell, because the vibe on the road is like family. Speaking of family, the tall troubadour has also made quite an impression on Dierks’ daughters, Evie and Jordan.

“I love Dierks Bentley, being on tour with Dierks Bentley. He’s awesome. His girls are always excited to see me. His little girls are always like, ‘Hey, Jooooonnnn!’ They’re always excited to see me, which is super cute. They tried roping again. I brought the dummy out there for them, and it was a lot of fun,” says Jon. “Dierks does a great job of keeping everybody like they’re family, even from his crew, his truck drivers to the catering people to the opening acts, so he does a really good job, and I’ve always admired that about him. And having Cole Swindell out there with us, it’s just a bunch of friends on the road living the dream.”

Jon, who is making his way up the country charts with his Top 20 hit “Heartache on the Dance Floor,” will meet back up with Dierks and Cole as the What the Hell Tour returns to the road Thursday (July 13th) in Jacksonville, Florida. Check jonpardi.com for more information on tour dates, news and appearances.

St.Louis Concert & Music Photographer