width=”150″ height=”150″ />He’s been doing a lot of these songs lately, to the point that the law of diminishing returns is inevitable.
It’s the combination of so many great party songs already in the Dierks Bentley catalog and the fact that many of these earlier efforts were more interesting and enjoyable. We’ve already heard him do this already, including on two of the previous three singles from his current album.
Bentley’s engaging enough of a personality and effective enough as a vocalist to keep the proceedings professional and competent. But “Tip it on Back” is just one of those forgettable songs that every time you hear it, it’s just a reminder that it exists.
Written by Ross Copperman, Tully Kennedy, and Jon Nite
Listen: Tip it on Back