Dierks Bentley & Brothers Osborne’s “Burning Man” Impacting Country Radio On July 2

“Burning Man” will officially go for country radio adds next week.

Pictured: Dierks Bentley by Jim Wright / Courtesy of The Green Room + UMG

Capitol Nashville recently set “Burning Man (featuring Brothers Osborne)” as the official follow-up to Dierks Bentley’s “Woman, Amen.”

It will quickly go for formal radio adds.

In a radio trade advertisement, the label’s promotional team confirms that “Burning Man” will impact country radio in conjunction with the July 2 add board. It is already available for airplay.

The aforementioned “Woman, Amen” hit #1 on the Mediabase and Billboard country radio charts.

Both songs appear on Bentley’s recently released album “The Mountain.” That album hit #1 on Top Country Albums and #3 on the Billboard 200.

Written by Brian Cantor

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