Dierks Bentley isn't just raising the spirits of people in his home state, he's raising a lot of money as well. The Phoenix-born country star was the headliner for Monday night's "Country Cares Concert," which brought in more than $476,000.
The money is going to the families of the 19 Arizona firefighters who were killed last month battling the Yarnell Hill blaze.
The Band Perry, Randy Houser, and David Nail also took part at the show. They performed for a capacity crowd in Prescott Valley, Arizona, including members of the fallen firefighters' families and the sole survivor from the Granite Mountain Hot Shots crew.
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