Dierks Bentley performed his song "Travelin' Light" at his Nashville concert on Feb. 22 at the Bridgestone Arena, and he invited a very special duet partner, his daughter Evie, to the stage.

The studio version of the song is a duet with the esteemed Brandi Carlile, but Evie did her proud, plus she added her own flavor. Bentley's 10-year-old daughter gave the crowd some viral dance moves, flossing as she sang (Her dad says the moves were not planned, and what he calls a "pro move").

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It was an all-hands-on-deck for for Bentley's hometown concert. Kicking off the night was the star's '90s cover band, the Hot Country Knights, and this appearance featured none other than an incognito Thomas Rhett.  Later in the show, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban — not in costume — were on hand to perform a cover mash-up of famous country classics. But perhaps the most unforgettable was the father-daughter duet.

In just three months since her last duet with her father, it seems like Evie has already grown up! Bentley last brought her onstage in December for a special duet of his rarely-played song "My Religion."

Evie's dad is currently in the midst of his 2019 Burning Man Tour, which lasts through fall. Supporting the tour includes Bentley's cover band and Jon Pardi, with Tenille Townes and Caylee Hammack on select dates.

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