Dierks Bentley will bring his Burning Man Tour to Duluth this Friday, March 8 and there's rumblings that Hot Country Knights will also be performing. It's time to meet the band!

Hot Country Knights first took the stage in 2015 and, oddly enough, Dierks Bentley was in the area at the time.  They performed a solid set of popular 90's country hits while showing off amazing fashion sense.

Since then, the group has performed sets of 90's country many times and all performances seem to happen around a Dierks Bentley show. I'm sure you know where this is going.

Take a closer look at lead singer Douglas “Big Rhythm Doug” Douglason, pictured on the far right in the photo above.  Doesn't he strike an uncanny resemblance to Dierks Bentley?

Truth be told, for people who aren't yet aware, Hot Country Knights was formed by the fun loving Dierks Bentley, who also serves as the lead singer.  Other members of the band are primarily members of Dierk's touring band.

However, Dierks will also put special guests in the band to join him on stage in costume to sing 90's country hits.  He could bring on an opening act like John Pardi to join the band for a night, or a special surprise guest like Sawyer Brown's Mark Miller or Thomas Rhett, shown in the videos below.

I really hope we get a tasty dose of Hot Country Knights Friday night in Duluth and everyone on the tour joins in the fun.  Maybe I could sneak on stage with a tambourine.

Remember, you can win our final pair of pit tickets to see the Burning Man Tour at the pre-concert party at 310 Pub in Canal Park. The fun begins at 4:00 p.m.



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