Dierks Bentley released the video for his latest single “Women, Amen,” in which he celebrates two very special women.
The video pays tribute to real-life mother-daughter pair Jennifer and Sydnee Floyd, who go out of their way to help the Nashville community.
Sydnee Floyd was born with PFAPA (Periodic fever adenitis pharyngitis aphthous ulcer), a syndrome that results in fevers and sore throats, and EDS, a condition that affects the connective tissue in her body. Together with her single mom Jennifer, they have overcome the odds and embraced a motto of "Always give your life's pennies away" by giving back in any way they can.
The Floyds have raised money for cancer research, prepared meals at homeless shelters, wrapped gifts for people in need, and distributed socks, shoes and backpacks filled with school supplies for elementary school students.
Later this month, Dierks Bentley will bring the ladies as his special guests to WE Day, where he'll perform "Woman, Amen" at the world's largest youth empowerment event of its kind.
WE Day is set for April 19 at The Forum in Los Angeles, California, and Dierks Bentley's performance set to be televised on Aug. 17 on ABC.
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