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Dierks Bentley scheduled to perform at Harrah's Ak-Chin.

Dierks Bentley to Play Exclusive Show at Whiskey Row Tonight

Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row will be hosting an exclusive album release party featuring Dierks Bentley for the Grammy nominated country superstar’s album “Riser,” released earlier this week. The Arizona native will be bringing his band along for his first show at Whiskey Row.

Bentley kicked off the release of his newest album “Riser” called by Rolling Stone “his greatest album yet” by appearing on Good Morning America on Feb. 25. He followed with appearances on iHeart Radio’s Live Series, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live and The View. Bentley has produced hit albums including his 2012 album “Home,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard “Top Country Album” chart and had three consecutive chart topping hits. His previous five albums have sold over 5 million copies and garnered 11 Grammy nominations.

WHERE:        Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row; 14420 N. Saddlebag Trail #105; Scottsdale

WHEN:           Friday, February 28; Doors open at 7 p.m.

MORE:           Tickets available at the door on a first come, first serve basis for $40.   21+

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Thirsty Thursday: Whiskey Row Cow Tipper

There were not a whole lot of opportunities to see cattle while I grew up in Phoenix. However, my grandparents lived in the White Mountains and every time we drove up for a visit, we would see farms with countless cows grazing in the pastures. I always thought it was the perfect opportunity to go cow-tipping. Fortunately for the cows, I do not think my conscience would ever let me purposefully approach a sleeping animal and tip it over on its side. With that said, this Thirsty Thursday’s cocktail — The Cow Tipper — is brought to you by Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row. My thoughts on this drink are that after consuming it you’ll feel ballsy enough to go tip a cow. The drink is a cool purple-pinkish color due to the muddled blackberries and I am a sucker for any drink with muddled berries in it. Plus it comes in a mason jar! Well done, Dierks Bentley.

Ingredients:

The Cow Tipper

The Cow Tipper

  • 1.5 oz. blackberry whiskey (Dock 57)

  • 3 muddled blackberries

  • ¾ oz. lemon juice

  • ¾ oz. simple syrup

Directions:

  1. Shake the ingredients

  2. Strain over crushed ice

  3. Top off with PBR

The Cow Tipper will run you about $10, but stop in to Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row for happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and enjoy it for only $5. Whiskey Row is located at 4420 N. Saddlebag Trail #105 in Scottsdale.

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Jon Pardi And A Boy Named Sioux To Perform at Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row

Diercks Bentley’s Whiskey Row will celebrate its official grand opening this Fourth of July with live performances from Jon Pardi and A Boy Named Sioux.

Jon Pardi is a country singer signed by Capitol Records Nashville who peaked in the Billboard Country Airplay Charts top 40 in 2012 with his widely popular single, “Missin’ You Crazy.”  He has also shared the stage with the likes of Eric Church and Luke Bryan.

Arizona natives A Boy Named Sioux will join the rising county star.

The group, which consists of R.E. Toney, Greg Ahmann, Austin Goff and Steve Danielak, has won numerous awards, including “Country Group of the Year” in the Phoenix/L.A. Music Awards.  They, like Pardi, have graced the stage with country royalty, including Lee Brice and Keith Urban.

The event will begin at 11 a.m. at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row in Old Town Scottsdale.

Grand Canyon - AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011

Make Arizona Your Destination To Get Away From It All

There’s No Place Like Home

Arizona has something for everyone, which is probably why most of us choose to live here: sunshine, great scenery, Western history and multiple cultures.

Our state is also a favorite destination for travelers seeking a reprieve from cold weather in the Midwest and East. It has golf and spring training baseball and some of the best resorts in the U.S. But when was the last time you made Arizona a destination for you or your family? Hopefully this will remind you of treasures in your own backyard as Arizona’s Centennial celebration draws near.

Lake Havasu City

London Bridge, Lake Havasu - AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011Try counting the number of bricks it took to reconstruct the London Bridge, which spans the Colorado River. Our London Bridge is based on the 1831 London Bridge that crossed the River Thames until it was dismantled in 1967.

The Grand Canyon

Take a trail ride on a burro to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, one of the world’s greatest natural wonders. Go out on a ledge — OK, it’s horseshoe-shaped — at the Grand Canyon Skywalk. If that makes you nervous and you prefer solid footing, take a ride on the Grand Canyon Railway.

Tombstone/Bisbee

If you have the desire to see ghosts, some are bound to be strolling down the streets of Tombstone, “The Town too Tough to Die.” They even conduct nightly ghost tours. If you’re curious about the once-flourishing mining industry in Bisbee, you can go on the Queen Mine Tour.

Prescott

Prescott Rodeo, Photo: Arizona Tourism & Travel - AZ Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011Have a cold one at an old-time saloon on Whiskey Row. If you enjoy watching rodeos, 4th of July weekend brings alive the oldest rodeo in the world during Frontier Days.

Route 66

Follow the “Mother Road” from Holbrook to Oatman or vice versa. Stop off at Meteor Crater or stand on a corner in Winslow. The Petrified Forest National Park is a sight to see as well.

Tucson

See and be seen at the semi-annual Fourth Avenue Street Fair. Then there’s Mount Lemmon, a winter (skiing) and summer (cabins in Summerhaven) playground. You can also take a tour of the missions in and around the Old Pueblo. In addition, check out a part of American 20th-century history with a visit to the Titan Missile Museum. It’s the only publicly accessible Titan II missile site in the U.S. The coolest part of the museum is experiencing a simulated launch.

Flagstaff/Sedona

Sedona Fiesta del Tlaquepaque, Photo: Arizona Tourism & Travel - AZ Business Magazine Apr/Mar 2011Ski during the winter or take the Snowbowl Skyride during the summer. Jazz it up in October in Sedona at Jazz on the Rocks. You can also go for an artsy shopping trip at Tlaquepaque, or slip, slide away at Slide Rock State Park.

Sonoita/Patagonia

In the mood for wine? You don’t have to travel to Napa Valley or the vineyards of Italy and France. Just jump off I-10 south of Tucson and hit the vineyards of Elgin, Patagonia and Sonoita.


Arizona Business Magazine Mar/Apr 2011