Backed by one of the best bands on tour, Dailey & Vincent’s sound is a concoction of traditional country, gospel and bluegrass blended with the fantastically instinctive vocal blends of Dailey’s tenor and Vincent’s reedy harmonies. The duo is riding a wave of critical acclaim for their brand-new release, Patriots & Poets, as well as their nationally broadcast weekly TV series, The Dailey & Vincent Show, on RFD-TV.
Jamie Dailey: Jamie grew up in Gainesboro, TN, is a singer song writer and has been a founding member of Dailey & Vincent since 2007. Started his carrier playing with his father JB Dailey at age 7 his childhood hero’s were the Statler Brothers. His professional carrier started in 1997 with Bluegrass Hall of Famer Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver as their lead vocalist and guitar player, while with DLQS they won IBMA Vocal group of the year multiple times. He has traveled the world with the American Swiss foundation’s Young Leaders of America. Since 2017 starting Dailey & Vincent Jamie has won Bluegrass Male Vocalist 5 years, part of Bluegrass Entertainers, Vocal Group of the year 5 times, 3 Dove awards and is now a current Member of the First Family of Country Music the “Grand Ole Opry”. The state of Tennessee awarded Jamie his own Tennessee Music Pathway’s marker located on the square in Gainesboro, TN. Has appeared on 2 Dolly Parton Albums and along with Darrin a song on their up coming Country CD was voted on by the Legislature branches of government and signed by Governor Lee making I’ll Leave my Heart in Tennessee the new State song
Darrin Vincent: Darrin grew in in Greentop, MO, traveled the world with his family group known as the Vincent Family and Sally Mountain Show. Appearing on stage at age 3, Darrin started his professional carrier with his family group. Leaving the Sally Mountain show in 1994, he moved to Nashville, TN and worked with John Hartford who wrote the hit song for Glenn Campbell “Gentle On my Mind” for 7 years, then moved on to work with Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder. During his time with Ricky was awarded Dove award, 8 Bluegrass Instrumental awards and a 5 time Grammy Award winner. Founding Dailey & Vincent along with Jamie in 2007 went on to be awarded numerous awards but the high light of their carrier was when they were invited to become Grand Ole Opry members in 2017. Darrin has appeared on over 12 Dolly Parton Records and by the state of Tennessee awarded his own Tennessee Music Pathway’s marker located on the square in Smithville, TN. And along with Jamie a song on their up coming Country CD was voted on by the Legislature branches of government and signed by Governor Lee making I’ll Leave my Heart in Tennessee the new State song.
Aaron McCune: Aaron grew up in the hills of West Virginia, Clay County Virginia. Traveled the world with such Southern Gospel groups as Gold City and Country Music Hall of Fame group The Oak Ridge Boys. Aaron is an amazing bass vocalist who has appeared on Dolly Partons last 2 recordings and is featured as a duet on her newest CD Run Rose Run. Aaron is also in the Gospel Music Hall of Fame.
Ben James: Ben grew up in Middle North Caroline, only 25 new to music, he started his professional carrier in 2019 with Bluegrass Hall of Famer Dolye Lawson and Quicksilver. He is full of energy and such a gentlemen.
Bob Mummert: Bob grew up in York, PA moved to Nashville and has worked with some of the greatest artist in Country music and Rock N Roll. Bob has played with Reba, Ricky Skaggs, Trace Adkins and Roy Orbison. Bob loves his family and grandchildren, in his time at home gives drum lesions 2 days a week.
Andrew Ishee: Andrew is from Mississippi, an amazing piano player that has Southern Gospel Roots. Andrew has played with many gospel artist but spends his time working in the recording studio recording new music for many different artist. Andrew is full of energy one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet.
Kyle Ramey: Kyle is from Indiana, grew up competing in Mandolin, Fiddle and dobro contest. At age 20 he is a multi-instrumentalist new to Dailey & Vincent only been with them 2 months. The first time Dailey & Vincent met Kyle was at the IBMA awards show in Nashville at age 6 they invited Kyle up to play a Bill Monroe song Raw Hide on the mandolin and received a full house standing ovation.
Patrick McAvinue: Patrick grew up in Maryland, went to college of music in the area and is schooled not only in Classical violin but also Bluegrass, Country and Jazz. Patrick is a writer of his own music has traveled the world with Dailey & Vincent is a part of a very cool band called Charm City Junction and is currently traveling the world and serving in the United States Navy Band. We are so proud of Patrick his wife and just a few month’s old first child.