On Wednesday night, Dierks Bentley made a pit stop at one of his favorite places in Nashville – the legendary Station Inn. Dierks dropped by to pick a few with his buddies from the award-winning bluegrass band The Infamous Stringdusters who are in the middle of a month long residence at the venue. As a 19-year-old college student at Music City's Vanderbilt University and a huge bluegrass fan, Bentley frequented the Station Inn a lot. He tells the9513.com, "I probably sat in every seat in this place at one time or another." Dierks and the Stringdusters gave the bluegrass treatment to some of Bentley's biggest hits, including "Lotta Leavin' Left To Do" and "Free and Easy (Down The Road I Go)," as well as "Roving Gambler," a grass standard.
Surprise guest Jon Randall hopped onstage to help the crew perform a rendition of Bob Dylan's "Senor." The 'Dusters also gave the audience a preview of their upcoming album, Things That Fly, with the song "17 Cents," a tune which Dierks recorded with the group. Fans can look for that project to be available on April 20. While Bentley was just the latest in the Stringdusters' list of guests so far for their Wednesday shows, the band's bass player Travis Book joked that people should expect big names next week. Book remarked, "Next week, it's Bono, Dolly Parton and Elvis [Presley]. So get here early."