Watch Dierks Bentley & Jon Pardi Cover George Strait in Nashville

Last night in Nashville, TN, Dierks Bentley threw the biggest party of 2017 thus far when he, Cole Swindell, and Jon Pardi brought the What the Hell Tour to home turf. Selling out the Bridgestone Arena, the three guys kept the energy alive for almost four hours, with Bentley putting on one of the best headlining shows a ticket can offer.

Included in Bentley’s set were a few collaborations, including “Different for Girls” with special guest Elle King and “Flatliner” with Swindell. However, our favorite of the night was when Bentley and Pardi paid homage to the King, George Strait. Proclaiming they would be covering Strait once a weekend for the entire tour, the two got their feet wet with Strait fan favorite “Carrying Your Love with Me.”

Watch the video of Bentley and Pardi performing Strait’s famous tune here:

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