Today we take a look at the latest single from an artist who spends part of his spare time as a member of the Nashville Airport Authority's Board of Directors. This is more than an "in name only" a position, he is a licensed pilot, flying his own Cirrus SR22.

Dierks Bentley In Concert - Camden, New Jersey
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Dierks Bentley accepted the nomination to the appointment to the Nashville Airport Authority from mayor Meghan Barry in May and has taken the appointment seriously. His goal is to bring a unique perspective to the board as a Nashville resident and pilot. The board sets policy and votes on spending proposals for the city's main airport and its secondary airport, the John C. Tune Airport.

Of course, Bentley's day job is still his main concern. Signed by Capitol Records Nashville in 2003, Bentley has released 8 albums for the label, each of which have reached at least gold certification. His best seller, 2005's Modern Day Drifter has been certified double platinum for sales of more than 2 million copies. The albums have produced 25 top-20 singles, with 15 of those making it all the way to #1. His most recent release, Black, which was in May of 2016 is responsible for three of those #1's, including his most recent, the album's title track.

50th Academy Of Country Music Awards - Show
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We have the fourth single from the album in our spotlight today. Brought to you by All American Super Car Wash of Lawton, Dierks Bentley and "What The Hell Did I Say" is today's Catch of the Day, new music you haven't heard, but you'll want to hear it again.

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Today’s Key Word: “DIERKS”

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