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Dailey and Vincent Bringing Wholesome Bluegrass Style to Hatfield Hall Stage
January 20, 2012
Even though their roots are deep into bluegrass, don't call
Dailey and Vincent a bluegrass group. There's also part
gospel, country and rock 'n roll in this dynamic duo that has been
on quite a roll since coming together in the early 2000s.
Dailey and Vincent
Friday, January 27 - 7:30
Hatfield Hall Theater
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
5500 Wabash Ave., Terre Haute, IN
Tickets: $Adults range from $18
to $22; students and youths are $15.
Contact the Hatfield Hall Ticket Office at (812)
877-8544 or stop by the office between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
noon to 5 p.m. on Saturdays.
Information about other
Rose-Hulman shows is available at
"We really don't want people to put us in a box. We're not
'just another bluegrass group," Darrin Vincent recently told the
Mansfield (Ohio) News Journal. "We'll do Southern gospel,
duets, a cappella numbers -- and some comedy . . . We play off the
crowd. If they seem to really go one way, we'll go that
This wholesome family style of entertainment is coming to
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's Hatfield Hall Theater on
Friday, January 27 for a 7:30 p.m. show. Tickets range from
$18 to $22 for adults and are $15 for students and youths.
In less than a decade, Dailey and Vincent has become one of the
top duos in bluegrass and gospel music. All four of the
group's albums have made at least one Billboard albums chart.
Last year came the first Grammy Award nomination for Best Country
Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. Then, there are the
11 awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association
(IBMA), including Vocal Group of the Year for three straight years
(2008-10), and the 2011 Best Bluegrass Band and Album of the Year
awards by Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of
And, Dailey and Vincent's fame continues to grow through their
popular CD released exclusively for Cracker Barrel, including the
latest all-gospel album.
Jamie Dailey (guitar, bass, lead and harmony vocals) has
recorded with Dolly Parton and Rhonda Vincent, appeared on five
Gaither Homecoming DVDs, and was a guest on Ricky Skaggs'
Grammy-winning Brand New Strings album. He formerly was lead
singer and bass player for Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver.
Vincent (mandolin, bass, guitar, lead and harmony vocals)
started singing at age three and playing music at age six as part
of his family band, The Sally Mountain Show, along with sister
Rhonda Vincent. He was a member of Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky
Thunder for 10 years; performed on Grammy-winning albums by Parton
and Jimmy Sturr; and performed with such artists as Nora Jones,
Emmylou Harris, Earl Scruggs, Bruce Hornsby, Vince Gill, John
Hartford and Keith Urban.
"(Dailey and Vincent) have a great sound," stated Parton in a
supporting statement in the duo's media materials. "Not since
the Louvin Brothers has music touched me this deep. I expect
them to go all the way to the top and stay there."
Hornsby added: "Dailey and Vincent make my ear hairs curl and my
toes curl. Their name is on the lips of everyone in the know,
as far as I'm concerned."
Dailey and Vincent's supporting cast features Christian Davis
(bass vocals, guitar), Joe Dean Jr. (banjo, guitar, bass vocals),
Jeff Parker (mandolin, guitar, harmony vocals) and Jesse Stockman
Find out more information about Dailey and Vincent at http://daileyvincent.musiccitynetworks.com/index.htm.