Dailey & Vincent

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Dailey & Vincent is an American bluegrass and country music group composed of Jamie Dailey (guitar, bass, vocals), Darrin Vincent (mandolin, guitar, bass, vocals), Jeff Parker (mandolin, guitar, vocals), Patrick McAvinue (fiddle), Jessie Baker (banjo, guitar), Aaron "Tex" McCune (guitar, bass vocals), and Shaun Richardson (guitar, mandolin, vocals).

History[edit]

Jamie Dailey was formerly the lead vocalist and guitarist for Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver from 1999-2007, contributing to the group's seven IBMA Vocal Group of the Year awards 2000-2007. Darrin Vincent was a musician with Ricky Skaggs' legendary band Kentucky Thunder, and was also part of the bluegrass family group The Sally Mountain Show with his sister Rhonda Vincent (of Rhonda Vincent & The Rage). The pair left left to create their own band in 2008.

Former fiddle player Jesse Stockman left the band in early August 2011 due to a wrist injury. Cherryholmes, who had been filling in for Stockman, officially joined the band in August 2011.[1]

The group's former banjo player, Joe Dean, left in March 2012 to pursue other musical interests. Dean later joined Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver [2]

In September 2015, bass singer and guitarist Christian Davis left the group, after five and a half years touring, to pursue a solo career.

The group has released six albums for Rounder Records, with five of the six albums having charted on at least one Billboard albums chart. They have also won thirteen awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association and twenty-three awards from SPBGMA (The Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America). In 2011, they received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal, and won the 2011 Dove Award for Best Bluegrass Album with "Singing From The Heart"[3] In 2013, Dailey & Vincent received their 2nd Grammy Award nomination for Best Bluegrass Album for their album "The Gospel Side Of Dailey & Vincent" and won a Dove Award with "The Gospel SIn 2014, Dailey and Vincent won IBMA Gospel Recording Performance for "Won't It Be Wonderful There." In 2015, the group co-released their first live performance DVD, "Alive", with a similarly named music CD. Dailey and Vincent host their own music variety TV show on RFD TV; the first episode was aired aired September 5, 2015.

On December 30, 2016 (their 100th appearance as guest artists), Dailey & Vincent were invited to become members of the Grand Ole Opry by Marty Stuart.[4]

On March 11, 2017, Dailey & Vincent made their 101st appearance at the Grand Ole Opry, where they were officially inducted as members.[5]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions
US Grass
[6]
US Country
[7]
US
[8]
US Heat
[9]
US Indie
[10]
US Christ
[11]
Dailey & Vincent
  • Release date: January 29, 2008
  • Label: Rounder
  • Formats: CD, vinyl, digital download
57
Brothers from Different Mothers
  • Release date: March 31, 2009
  • Label: Rounder
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 44 33
Singing from the Heart
  • Release date: October 20, 2009
  • Label: Rounder
  • Formats: CD, digital download
7
Dailey & Vincent Sing the Statler BrothersA 1 19 120 1 14
The Gospel Side of Dailey & VincentA 1 61 8 3
Brothers of the Highway
  • Release date: May 7, 2013
  • Label: Rounder
  • Formats: CD, digital Download
2 40
Alive! In ConcertA 1 28 18
Patriots and Poets[12]
  • Release date: March 31, 2017
  • Label: BFD
  • Formats: CD, digital Download
2
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
  • APhysical CD available exclusively at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. Dailey and Vincent have released three award-winning recordings for Cracker Barrel.

Music videos[edit]

Year Video Director
2009 "On the Other Side"[13] Julian Smith
2013 "Steel Drivin' Man"[14] Matt Butler
"When I Stop Dreaming"

Awards[edit]

Year Association Category Result
2008 International Bluegrass Music Association[15] Entertainer of the Year Won
Vocal Group of the Year Won
Male Vocalist Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Won
Album Of The Year ("Dailey & Vincent") Won
Song Of The Year ("By the Mark") Nominated
Gospel Recorded Performance Of The Year ("By The Mark") Won
Emerging Artist of the Year Won
Bass Player Of The Year ("Darrin Vincent") Nominated
2009 SPBGMA Awards Bluegrass Album Of The Year ("Dailey & Vincent") Nominated
Bass Fiddle Performer Of The Year ("Darrin Vincent") Won
Contemporary Male Vocalist Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Won
Contemporary Gospel Group Of The Year Won
Vocal Group Of The Year Won
Bluegrass Band Of The Year Won
Song Of the Year ("By The Mark") Won
Entertaining Group Of The Year Nominated
Entertainer Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Nominated
2009 International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainer of the Year Won
Vocal Group of the Year Won
Male Vocalist Of The Year (Jamie Dailey) Nominated
Album Of The Year ("Brothers From Different Mothers") Nominated
Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year ("On the Other Side") Won
Bass Player Of The Year ("Darrin Vincent") Nominated
2010 SPBGMA Awards Bass Fiddle Performer Of The Year ("Darrin Vincent") Won
Contemporary Male Vocalist Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Won
Contemporary Gospel Group Of The Year Won
Vocal Group Of The Year Won
Bluegrass Band Of The Year Nominated
Entertaining Group Of The Year Nominated
Entertainer Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Nominated
2010 International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainer of the Year Won
Vocal Group of the Year Won
Male Vocalist Of The Year (Jamie Dailey) Nominated
Album of the Year (Dailey & Vincent Sing the Statler Brothers) Won
Recorded Performance of the Year ("Give This Message To Your Heart w/Larry Stehenson") Won
Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year ("Don't You Wanna Go To Heaven") Nominated
Bass Player Of The Year ("Darrin Vincent") Nominated
2011 SPBGMA Awards Bluegrass Album Of The Year ("Dailey & Vincent: Sing The Statler Brothers") Won
Bass Fiddle Performer Of The Year ("Darrin Vincent") Won
Contemporary Male Vocalist Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Won
Contemporary Gospel Group Of The Year Won
Vocal Group Of The Year Won
Bluegrass Band Of The Year Won
Song Of the Year ("Do You Know You Are My Sunshine") Nominated
Entertaining Group Of The Year Won
Entertainer Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Nominated
2011 International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Vocal Group of the Year Nominated
Male Vocalist Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Nominated
2011 Grammy Award Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals ("Elizabeth") Nominated
Dove Awards Bluegrass Album of the Year (Singing from the Heart) Won
2012 SPBGMA Awards Bass Fiddle Performer Of The Year ("Darrin Vincent") Won
Contemporary Male Vocalist Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Won
Contemporary Gospel Group Of The Year Won
Vocal Group Of The Year Won
Bluegrass Band Of The Year Won
Entertaining Group Of The Year Nominated
Entertainer Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Won
2012 International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Vocal Group of the Year Nominated
Male Vocalist Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Nominated
2013 SPBGMA Awards Bass Fiddle Performer Of The Year ("Darrin Vincent") Nominated
Contemporary Male Vocalist Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Nominated
Contemporary Gospel Group Of The Year Won
Vocal Group Of The Year Won
Bluegrass Band Of The Year Won
Entertaining Group Of The Year Nominated
Entertainer Of The Year ("Jamie Dailey") Nominated
2013 Grammy Award Best Bluegrass Album ("The Gospel Side Of Dailey & Vincent") Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Statement". Bluegrass Today. Retrieved 19 August 2011. [permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Joe Dean To Quicksilver". Bluegrass Today, 5 April 2012. Retrieved 8 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "Grammy-nominated Dailey & Vincent Return to Raleigh". Triangle Arts & Entertainment. Retrieved 9 February 2011. 
  4. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Invited to Join Grand Ole Opry". Sounds Like Nashville, Lauren Jo Black • December 31, 2016
  5. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Become Newest Members of Grand Ole Opry". Sounds Like Nashville. 2017-03-13. Retrieved 2017-03-13. 
  6. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Album & Song Chart History - Bluegrass Albums". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 
  7. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Album & Song Chart History - Country Albums". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 
  8. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Album & Song Chart History - Billboard 200 Albums". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 
  9. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Album & Song Chart History - Heatseekers Albums". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 
  10. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Album & Song Chart History - Independent Albums". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 
  11. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Album & Song Chart History - Christian Albums". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 
  12. ^ "Dailey & Vincent: Patriots and Poets". AllMusic. 
  13. ^ "CMT : Videos : Dailey & Vincent : On the Other Side". Country Music Television. Retrieved April 8, 2013. 
  14. ^ "CMT : Videos : Dailey & Vincent : Steel Drivin' Man". Country Music Television. Retrieved April 8, 2013. 
  15. ^ "Dailey & Vincent Award list". Dailey & Vincent official website. Archived from the original on 14 July 2011. Retrieved 9 February 2011. 

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