NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE — Dailey & Vincent and RFD-TV have announced new episodes of the popular Dailey & Vincent Show will begin airing in January and continue every Saturday through 2018.
For the past two years, The Dailey & Vincent Show has steadily remained in the Top 5 RFD-TV programs, according to Jeremiah Davis, VP of Programming for Rural Media Group, Inc.
“That proves the power of The Dailey & Vincent Show on RFD-TV, and the connection to their fans,” Davis said. “Having Dailey & Vincent in the heart of our Saturday night music lineup is very important to RFD-TV, and more importantly, the audience. Through our partnership, we have been able to reward our patient viewers with brand new episodes that will premiere in January. We are all very excited.”
“Having a show on the air has been a tremendous way for us to communicate what we love to do the most,” said Jamie Dailey. “We’re so grateful for the support of our fans, 0ur viewers. Our partnership with RFD-TV is really a winning scenario.”
The Dailey & Vincent Show is a weekly 30-minute music, entertainment and lifestyles show that includes special music performances, guest segments, and lots of fun, family humor.
The program airs each Saturday at 8:30 p.m. CST. The Dailey & Vincent Show is a Tanasqui Films Production in association with Wildman / Bonior Productions and is
Executive Produced by Dailey & Vincent, Zac Koffler of APEX Entertainment Management, and John and Michelle Vickery.
The new episodes begin taping Nov. 6 & 7 at the Franklin Theatre in Franklin, TN. Fans are invited to be part of the tv audience. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is no charge. More details will be posted at
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE — Christmas is a season of tradition, and no one knows that better than Grand Ole Opry stars and multi-Grammy nominees Dailey & Vincent.
“Christmas music has always been some of my favorite music,” said Jamie Dailey. “Every year we take our brand of Christmas music on the road to select stops on tour and there is no better way to end our tour season than singing Christmas music!”
Beginning on November 30, Dailey & Vincent will bring their treasured Spirit of Christmas Tour to 10 cities, as they explore the humanity and spirituality of the season, diving headfirst into the American heritage of Christmas. (Complete schedule follows)
“Christmas is a season that really does bring out the best in all of us,” said Darrin Vincent. “It’s one of the happiest, most joyful times of the year. We love celebrating the season with our friends and families a holiday that brings us all together and makes us forget petty differences in favor of honoring the love of our Savior Jesus who came to earth as a baby.”
Riding a wave of critical acclaim for their brand new release, Patriots & Poets, Dailey & Vincent will be backed by one of the best bands on tour today. Generally regarded among the most reputable and elite entertainers in American music, Dailey & Vincent’s sound is a concoction of traditional country, gospel and bluegrass blended together by the fantastically instinctive vocal blends of Dailey’s tenor and Vincent’s reedy harmonies.
“Stand back or face the force of nature that is this astounding ensemble,” wrote respected critic Robert K. Oermann for Music Row Magazine. “Take it from me, there’s a reason they’ve earned three Grammy nominations, won four Dove Awards, claimed an astounding 35 IBMA honors (including three as Entertainers of the Year) and landed their own show on RFD.”
Bluegrass Today agreed: “Dailey & Vincent are easily some of the very best entertainers in bluegrass music. They continue to expand their horizons on Patriots & Poets, keeping one foot planted in their bluegrass roots but reaching out to embrace other forms of acoustic-based music.”
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2017 Spirit of Christmas Tour
November 30 — Knoxville, IA — Knoxville Performing Arts Center
December 1 — Shipshewana, IN — Blue Gate Theater
December 2 — Winchester, OH — The Red Barn Convention Center
December 3 — Marion, VA — The Lincoln Theatre
December 4 — Morton, IL — Bertha Frank Performing Arts Center: “On The 1st Day of Christmas
December 5 — Morton, IL — Bertha Frank Performing Arts Center: “On The 2nd Day of Christmas
December 7 — Columbia, TN — Columbia Sate Community College
December 8 — Mt. Vernon, KY — Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
December 9 — Mount Airy, NC — Historic Earle Theatre
December 10 — Manassas, VA — Hylton Peforming Arts Center
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE — When award winning duo Dailey & Vincent filmed their newest video just over six weeks ago, they didn’t realize just how timely it would be. The popular publication Wide Open Country will premiere the video, “Unsung Heroes,” on Tuesday, October 10 at 10 a.m. (http://www.wideopencountry.com/)
Over the past two months, the United States has been slammed by hurricanes in Texas, Florida & Puerto Rico, reeking havoc for people who call those places home. Those disasters were followed by a gunman in a Las Vegas hotel reigning terror on thousands attending a Country Music concert just a few hundred feet below his room.
“It’s easy to look at these events and lose hope,” said Jamie Dailey, who co-wrote the song with fellow Grand Ole Opry Stars Bill Anderson and Jimmy Fortune of The Statler Brothers. “But in the midst of the horror, strangers began reaching out to one another to help. In areas hit hard by hurricanes, volunteers came in droves to help the cleanup and the rebuilding of lives. In Las Vegas, during the shooting, there are countless stories of strangers risking their own lives to save others. Some people stood in line for 3 — 4 hours to donate blood. These people did this with no thought except helping one another. They didn’t even expect a thank you. These are our everyday angels. They are unsung heroes.”
“The cool thing is that you don’t have to wait for a big disaster for these heroes to show up,” echoed Darrin Vincent. “I live in a small community in Tennessee, and I see it all the time. People who are suffering one way or the other are raised up by their neighbors who give their time and energy and sometimes money, just to help. It’s really remarkable how the smallest thing can mean so very much to someone in need. We all have the chance to be one of these heroes.”
The video for “Unsung Heroes,” shot weeks before hurricane Irma hit the Texas coast, was directed by Jennifer Bonior and filmed in Vincent’s hometown of Smithville, Tennessee. It celebrates not only the first responders and military but also the everyday neighbors who reach out to one another. Country Music fans will be pleased to see a cameo in the video from Country star Aaron Tippin. The single is from Dailey and Vincent’s new album, Patriots & Poets on Dreamlined Entertainment Group/BFD.
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Award-Winning Duo Celebrates 10-Year Milestone Plus 125th Anniversary of Historic Ryman Auditorium
NASHVILLE, TENN. – Award-winning American music duo Dailey & Vincent were honored last night at their SOLD-OUT show at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. The concert was held as part of the 2017 Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman series, where the chart topping duo were presented with a cake, commemorating 10-years together as a duo, also celebrating the Ryman’s 125th Anniversary. Grand Ole Opry GM Sally Williams was on-hand for the monumental presentation, while also showing photos from Dailey & Vincent’s first show together, which happened to be at the Opry. The event showcased Dailey & Vincent’s dynamic style, shifting from a full band sound to quartet, trio, duo, a capella and beyond.
“Dailey & Vincent have been thrilling audiences for a decade as part of Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman,” says Grand Ole Opry GM Sally Williams. “It’s no wonder why. They’re the full package – supremely talented musicians, top-notch entertainers and two of the nicest guys around.”
Dailey & Vincent performed several fan-favorites, including new songs from their latest critically-acclaimed project Patriots & Poets. There were a few surprises as well, as country legend Lee Greenwood stunned fans, joining Dailey & Vincent for a rendition of the iconic patriotic smash, “God Bless the U.S.A.”
“The sold out crowd at the Ryman Auditorium for Dailey & Vincent is not only a testimony to their popularity, but also a testimony to the interest in this group,” said WSM’s Eddie Stubbs. “They delivered the goods, getting standing ovation after standing ovation. Fans were royally entertained. Dailey & Vincent truly delivered a show.”
For more than two decades, the Ryman Auditorium has celebrated their distinction as the birthplace of bluegrass music. There are still two more chances for fans to be a part of the 2017 Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman series. In addition to recent performances from Dailey & Vincent, Vince Gill, Earls of Leicester and Soggy Bottom Boys, upcoming shows will feature Infamous Stringdusters and Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder. Tickets are available HERE.
HIAWASSEE, Ga. – Grand Ole Opry stars Dailey & Vincent are gearing up to host their upcoming festival, Dailey & Vincent: LandFest in the Mountains, taking place in Hiawassee, Georgia Sept. 14-16, sponsored by Springer Mountain Farms®. The award-winning duo and WSM are pleased to announce that legendary radio station 650 AM WSM has just joined as a media partner for the highly anticipated event. The partnership includes live coverage of Dailey & Vincent: LandFest In The Mountains on 650 AM WSM and wsmonline.com, along with airing radio specials prior to, and following the festival. The partnership will bring the highly anticipated festival to a national radio audience and a global online following. Listeners will also be treated to exclusive interviews with Dailey & Vincent, in addition to other performing artists. The emcee for the spectacle will be “Knee Deep in Bluegrass” host Cindy Baucom.
“We are extremely pleased to be extending our partnership and furthering our relationship with Dailey and Vincent,” station program manager Jonathan Shaffer said. “Not only are they ‘family’ to us – as Grand Ole Opry members – but are one of the premiere acts in bluegrass and beyond. This gives us a unique opportunity to provide high-quality live and recorded programming for D&V and WSM listeners, who are one in the same.”
Dailey & Vincent: LandFest In The Mountains will feature a unique lineup of artists, including the very best in Bluegrass, Country and Gospel Music (see full lineup below). Artists performing at the festival include Jerry Douglas Presents the Earls of Leicester, The Del McCoury Band, Sierra Hull, Primitive Quartet, as well as former and current members of the legendary Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver. Dailey & Vincent will serve as the host for the 3-day extravaganza. The 14-time IBMA winners will also be performing songs from their latest critically acclaimed project,Patriots & Poets, which features collaborations with Steve Martin, Doyle Lawson, TaRanda Greene, David Rawlings, and Bela Fleck.
THURSDAY: SEP 14
THE CURRENT DOYLE LAWSON & QUICKSILVER
DAILEY & VINCENT
FRIDAY: SEP 15
THE BAND OF KELLEYS
AUDIE BLAYLOCK & REDLINE
THE ORIGINAL DOYLE LAWSON & QUICKSILVER
DAILEY & VINCENT
JERRY DOUGLAS PRESENTS THE EARLS OF LEICESTER
SATURDAY: SEP 16
LARRY STEPHENSON BAND
DAILEY & VINCENT
JAM WITH DAILEY & VINCENT
Fans can get the full festival experience by staying on-site. There are 189 campsites that offer full hook ups and amenities. Ticket packages range from $35.00 – $110.00 with general admission or reserved seating available. Fans can purchase tickets to the festival at DaileyVincentFest.com, DaileyVincent.com, GeorgiaMountainFairgounds.com, via phone by calling 706-896-4191, or on-site at the venue.