Dierks Bentley wanted to personally thank those involved in helping aid victims of last weekends mass shooting.
Dierks flew his own plane to Las Vegas on Monday to talk to the healthcare workers, firefighters and police who helped the victims of the Las Vegas shooting last Sunday (10/1).
He performed a few songs for the workers, posed for pictures with them and talked about his song “The Riser” and what it means now. He posted many of the photos to his Instagram. He captioned one series of photos with “thank you for letting me stop by and hang with y’all for a little bit. thank you for sharing your stories and your time. i needed that.” He captioned another series as “everyday heroes among us.”
Garth Brooks had some celebrating to do this weekend in Indianapolis, but not how you would imagine. He and Trisha Yearwood played the last of their five shows on Sunday where they acknowledged their 6 millionth ticket holder. Garth said she was “a doll,” but won’t reveal her name because that’s “her story to tell.”
“My favorite part of her story was.. she had bought four single tickets for her and her three girlfriends.. all single tickets – this means none of them were sitting together. And she gave the three better tickets to her girlfriends. And because of that, guess who was sitting in the seat that was the six-millionth ticket sold!”