Tuesday’s storms destroyed the house of Dierks Bentley’s longtime drummer Steve Misamore. Steve and his wife CarryAnn shared a video of themselves in front of what used to be their home. Despite the total loss they’re choosing to look on the bright side that it’s “just bricks, lumber, and nails.”
From our drummer, Steve. Grateful he and CarryAnn are ok. We are donating to the middle tennessee emergency response fund for victims. https://t.co/LezdxspvgD pic.twitter.com/7cj3wOKOif
— Dierks Bentley (@DierksBentley) March 4, 2020
Dierks went out with his band, Hot Country Knights to help out and add a moment of levity to a serious situation.
A little levity… band and crew helping out Steve pic.twitter.com/XPlqYNKIzN
— Dierks Bentley (@DierksBentley) March 5, 2020
Dierks’ Whiskey Row in Nashville is doing back-to-back benefit shows next Monday to help the tornado relief efforts. Mitchell Tenpenny, Jessie James Decker, Hardy, and Devin Dawson will all perform.
This coming Monday, March 9, at @whiskeyrownashville will be so fun and hearts will be so full❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 #nashvillestrong pic.twitter.com/yWst9abw8o
— Runaway June News (@RunawayNews) March 5, 2020