Dierks Bentley takes fan battling cancer for drive

Dierks Bentley takes fan battling cancer for drive


London: Country singer Dierks Bentley lifted the spirits of a fan suffering from cancer by taking her for a drive in his vintage car. The 'Home' hitmaker played chauffeur for longtime fan Ann Soyars in his 1967 Camaro on Tuesday, reportedly.

The drive was a welcome reprieve from her stay at Saint Thomas Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee, where she has been receiving treatment for cancer.

Bentley posted a photo of himself with Soyars by his side on Instagram, along with the caption, "Taking my pal Ann Soyars for one last ride in the '67 Camaro. She's hanging tough. Enjoying good friends and music."
Soyars' support for Bentley goes back to the beginning of his career when he would play small gigs at local Nashville venues, including the Station Inn, where she was a talent booker.

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