In Pictures: Dierks Bentley, Elle King, ‘Skyville Live,’ Steven Tyler

Dierks Bentley, Elle King Discuss “Different For Girls”

Pictured (L-R): Cody Alan, Elle King, Dierks Bentley

Pictured (L-R): Cody Alan, Elle King, Dierks Bentley

Dierks Bentley and Elle King chatted with CMT’s Cody Alan about how the singers’ hit collaboration “Different For Girls” came together. In addition, Bentley talked about touring with Randy Houser, while King visited about touring with the Dixie Chicks. The full interview airs this week on CMT After MidNite and CMT Radio Live.

 

Skyville Live Features Cast of Nashville

Pictured (L-R): Mark Collie, Pam Tillis, JD Souther, Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack. Photo: Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

Pictured (L-R): Mark Collie, Pam Tillis, JD Souther, Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack. Photo: Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

A new episode of Skyville Live was filmed Wednesday night (July 13) in Nashville, featuring cast members of the series Nashville. Performers included Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten, Lennon & Maisy, Mark Collie, JD Souther and Pam Tillis. “I don’t know where there is better music in Nashville,” said Tillis, who has made guest appearances as herself on the show.

Maisy Stella and Lennon Stella of Lennon & Maisy. Photo: Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

Maisy Stella and Lennon Stella of Lennon & Maisy. Photo: Frederick Breedon/Getty Images

 

Steven Tyler Buckles Up With Professional Bull Riders

Steven Tyler (Center, back row) poses with members of Professional Bull Riders (PBR)

Pictured: Steven Tyler (back row, center) poses with PBR riders Nevada Newman, Jess Lockwood, Cooper Davis, and Ryan Dirteater, with “Hold On (Don’t Let Go)” songwriters Jared Gutstadt and Poo Bear in front.

Steven Tyler’s new song, “Hold On (Won’t Let Go)” will be the new anthem for Professional Bull Riders (PBR) . The will be heard by fans at the beginning of each PBR event on CBS and CBS Sports, in arenas holding PBR events coast to coast, and throughout PBR’s advertising and marketing, including an upcoming social media campaign.

Tyler wrote the song with Poo Bear and Jared Gutstadt. The track appears on Tyler’s new album for Dot Records, We’re All Somebody From Somewhere.

“The toughest 8 seconds in sports is staying on the back and riding that bull,” said Tyler. “A musician’s whole career is judged in 8 seconds or less. Whether it’s a song on the radio or a performance, there’s no better anthem for the spirit of the game and the big win than ‘Hold On (Don’t Let Go)’.”

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