Country superstar, Dierks Bentley, is no doubt doing very well in the country music scene. His new song, 'I Hold On,' is doing well on the charts, and life seems to be going in the right direction. He continually looks for ways to make a difference in world, whether it be musically, or philanthropically. Advice from the rock band U2's front man, Bono, helped put things into perspective for Bentley. His passion for helping kids is amazing. A good example is his 'Miles and Music for Kids' motorcycle ride that benefits the Vanderbilt Children's Hospital.

'Miles and Music for Kids' has raised thousands upon thousands since it started over five years ago, and has taken place in many cities across the nation attracting thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts, which have included fellow country music stars and a few celebrities.

Here's a great story from CNN on Bentley's cause: