Dierks Bentley is calling on his fans for his 2018 ACM Awards performance.

From March 8-April 4, Bentley needs fans to send him pictures of their female heroes — moms, sisters, wives, friends, colleagues — which may show up during his live performance of "Woman, Amen" during the telecast on April 15.

Photos can be can submitted via Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #WomanAmenACM.

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"Woman, Amen" is the lead single off Bentley's forthcoming studio album The Mountain. In a live stream earlier this year, the singer shared that the song is a good indication of what to expect of the album conceptually.

"Family is always inspiring me," he says. "I think the first single shows that. It's more about life and living, and that feeling of not just being alive but living and going for stuff. That's what the overall album is about."

"I knew I wanted to make a record that touches on the west a little bit, where I'm from," he explains. "I was fortunate to be asked to play the bluegrass festival in Telluride and I was on stage and I felt this amazing energy coming out of the mountains up there. There's something about being in that landscape that really struck me in a musical way."

Bentley is nominated for Video of the Year at the 53rd-annual ACMs for his song "Black." The ACM Awards will air live from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 15 at 8PM ET on CBS.

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