HUNTSVILLE, Tenn. — Country music stars Dierks Bentley and Josh Thompson will headline Polaris Camp RZR at Brimstone Recreation in September, Brimstone announced last week.
With the launch of a new website,www.camprzrbrimstone.com, Brimstone Recreation announced that Polaris is bringing Camp RZR to the 20,000-acre ATV park Sept. 19-21.
The event schedule will include daily group rides and competitive events, give-aways and concerts on Sept. 19 and Sept. 20. Polaris demos will be given each day.
Thompson will appear in concert Friday, Sept. 19, with Natalie Stovall and The Drive as opening acts. Bentley will appear in concert Saturday, Sept. 20, with Lindsay Ell opening.
The Academy of Country Music’s Top New Artist in 2004, Bentley won the Performance of the Year with “Country Boy” at CMT’s Music Awards in 2009. He has been nominated for numerous awards over the years, including nine Grammy nominations.
The 38-year-old Bentley has 10 chart-topping singles to his name, beginning with 2003′s “What Was I Thinkin’.” Other No. 1 songs include “Come a Little Closer,” “Settle for a Slowdown,” “Every Mile a Memory,” “Free and Easy (Down the Road I Go),” “Feel That Fire” and “Sidways.”
Most recently, Bentley took 2012′s “5-1-5-0″ to the top of the U.S. Country charts, along with “Am I the Only One” and “Home” in 2011.
Bentley also has a number of Top 10 singles to his credit, including last year’s “I Hold On,” which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard charts. His current single, “Drunk on a Plane,” peaked at No. 30 on the charts. It is his third single from his latest album, Riser, which was his fifth studio album to peak at No. 1 on the U.S. Country charts, with 129,000 sales.
Thompson is an up-and-comer in Nashville, whose second studio album, Turn It Up was released on the Show Dog-Universal label on April 1. His first single from that album, “Cold Beer with Your Name on It,” peaked at No. 32 on the charts.
Thompson’s biggest successes came in 2010, when his single “Way Out Here,” the title track from his debut album, peaked at No. 15 on the country charts. Later that year, “Won’t Be Lonely Long,” the third single from that debut album, peaked at No. 25.
Lindsey Ell is a Canadian-born country artist who took her debut single, “Trippin’ On Us,” to No. 14 on the Canadian country charts last year. That song just missed the Top 40 on the U.S. country airplay charts. Earlier this year, Ell released her second single, “Pickup Truck.”
Natalie Stovall and The Driver released their debut single, “Baby Come On with It,” earlier this year. The song just missed the U.S. country airplay Top 40, peaking at No. 43. Stovall is a native of Columbia, Tenn., and has performed on both the Grand Ole Opry and The Oprah Winfrey Show.