Dierks proves he can still play guitar, even after injuring his arm in a bike accident

ABC/Image Group LA Dierks Bentley’s back and ready to play after injuring himself earlier this week while mountain-biking in Colorado.

The “Living” hitmaker even demonstrated that he can play guitar just fine, accompanying his daughter Evie in an Instagram post where she sings Maren Morris’s “My Church.”

“I’m totally fine,” Dierks said after the song. “Broke a few bones, but it’s just bones. They heal pretty easily. I can do everything I want to do. I’m actually more than fine. I’m great.”

“I cannot wait to get back out there with y’all,” he added. “I guess there was some concern as to whether I’d be on the road. I can’t wait. I’m so fired up to get back out there.”

If you look closely at the video, you’ll notice Dierks is wearing a cast on his left arm.

Dierks plays the Country USA festival Friday night in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, before continuing his Burning Man Tour in Clarkston, Michigan and Syracuse, New York on Saturday and Sunday.

Meanwhile, Dierks also revealed who’ll play the Whiskey Row Stage during his Seven Peaks Music Festival over Labor Day weekend in Buena Vista, Colorado: Rita WilsonClare DunnHARDYLauren JenkinsSeaforthLarkin PoeKendell MarvelRapidgrassTeddy Robb, and Chris Shiflett have all been added to the lineup.

They join previously-announced headliners Dierks, Luke BryanMaren MorrisJon Pardi and many more for the second year of the festival, which takes place August 30 - September 1.

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