Dierks Bentley talks about song he wrote for movie about Granite Mountain Hotshots

The country music star co-wrote “Hold the Light” which is featured in the movie “Only the Brave”

Dierks BentleyWe talked with Dierks Bentley about the song he performed and co-wrote, Hold the Light, that is featured in the movie about the Granite Mountain Hotshots, “Only the Brave”. He is from Arizona and said the tragedy had a major impact on him.

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We also interviewed Josh Brolin who played Eric Marsh the superintendent of the crew, James Badge Dale who played Jesse James Steed the second in command, Brendon McDonough (the lone survivor of the crew), Miles Teller (who played Brendan), and Amanda Marsh, Eric Marsh’s wife.

The movie opens October 20, 2017.

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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

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  1. Having a hard time with this movie and the interviews. Haven’t seen it, don’t plan to see it. My opinion on the movie is based solely on the trailers, and some may say that after seeing it, I may feel differently. Fine. But I can’t get a grip on a dramatic re-enactment of something that wasn’t heroic or brave, but based on a poor decision. The actors are just that, actors, and can’t even begin to understand what we do. I’m sure the back stories of the families is fine. One of the crew used to work for me, and I was peripherally close to the crew, although I didn’t know them all. I’m still angered by what happened and feel horrible for the families.
    Anyway, struggling…


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