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Dierks Bentley - Down In the Mine (a tribute to coal miners)



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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


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God Bless Our Coal Miner's.🙏🙏
My Dad Was A Coal Miner For Many Years..
R.I.P. Robert Lee Gosnell.
Love this. My Dad was a Coal Miner and yes I'm a Proud Coal Miners Daughter...
My dad spent around 20 years in the mines hes out know thank god he said he misses it but i didnt like it i worried about him alot thanks to all the miners for the hard work and effort u put in to keep shoes on ur feet and clothes on ur back a roof over ur head and the food on the table thanks dad i love you
Wish the like button had a love opinion. Coal mines here in washington state have been close to 80 -120 yrs and ill always love and respect my ancestors that worked in some of the harrashes mines to have lived. Carbonado and wilkeson. Melmont all the way to fair fax and the manley moore mines with in the evens creek coak and coal co. Your all my heros. Fun fact as well. Carbonado was named after carbondale pa. But got re named due to confusion
Damn proud to be an American coal miner🇱🇷
My cousin andrew was a miner in east lynn wet virginia and almost lost his life BC of a accident that involved a roofing spike that shot up through his skull and he crawled out of the mines and lost a lot of blood but I'm so thankful for being able to still have him in my life I love him to death and he still has a few surgeries to go maybe he might have them be hind him but god has given him a different look on life and has given him another chance at life.
Thank you to all the miners, you do more for us than some can see, and though some times you don't hear it we all thank you. To all miners, thank you for running our country, we all appreciate it a lot. :)
I may be only 12 but I know that the mine is more important than liberals
As a miner this song really hits home but I really do enjoy it
I was a coal miner in Co, Nm, and Mt for almost thirty years. Had to change job occupations due to the fancy govt bs. Thank you for this song. I agree with a lot of the comments. Make some of these hanky stompers go do a real days work for a change. Then maybe they would shut up.
I know what its like to go to the devils den
Thank you! My grandpa had to quit school & start working in the coal mines in the 6th grade. The greatest part of my Grandpa Sergent's legacy was getting out of the mines & getting a good education so he could make a better life & future for his family. My Momma was born in Laredo West Va in 1939. Laredo, along with many other towns, washed away during the Bufffalo Creek Disaster in the early 70's. I'm proud to be part of a family from these parts!
this song is sad but thank for your work and good luck
Why is it that country music is always associated with coal mines? And people wonder why they all hqve a reputation of being a bunch of dumb fucks. FUCK COUNTRY MUSIC!!!
4th generation Southwest Virginia coal miner.
It takes a helluva man to be a coalminer !
TRUMP has your backs boys along with middle America!!!
These are some of the finest, nicest, hardworking people in the world. I grew up in the coal fields of southern West Virginia, it was a wonderful time in my life and I would not trade for anything in the world. I honor and respect all those down in the mine!
Guess big orange Trump lied about bring coal back...lol
Put Trump down in the mine to work


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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.