Dierks Bentley’s song “Riser" has been an inspiration to many, and it will continue to touch lives. The singer has released a limited-edition necklace that will not only encourage the wearer, but support the patients at Vanderbilt's Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital via Bentley’s 10th annual Miles and Music for Kids fundraiser.

Handmade in Maine, the necklace features a gold bar with the word “Riser” stamped into the metal and comes in a box with an encouraging note from Bentley written inside.

“We are on a journey,” the note reads. "The endless cycle of life, love, loss, faith, freedom, and family. We learn from our past to define our future. Everyone has a defining moment in their life, a breakthrough moment, it’s the moment when you choose to be a riser."

Only 100 necklaces are being produced, so supplies are extremely limited, and all proceeds will go to Miles and Music for Kids. The piece is available for purchase on Bentley's website at a cost of $79.

Miles and Music for Kids features a celebrity motorcycle ride and concert, which will close out the inaugural season of Nashville’s new Ascend Amphitheater downtown on Nov. 1. The event is already sold out, but a few walk-up rider passes will be available day-of. Bentley just wrapped up his Sounds of Summer Tour.

"Riser," written by Travis Meadows and Steve Moakler, is the title track on Bentley’s eighth studio album and the fifth single released from the record.

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