The network has signed on for an initial, 26-week run with new episodes airing weekly starting September 5. Each show will feature Jamie and Darrin chatting with country and bluegrass personalities, joining their crack band for musical performances, and cooking segments for those who are handy in the kitchen.
Episodes produced to date have included Vince Gill, Dan Tyminski, The Oak Ridge Boys and Jimmy Fortune as guests.
Fans are invited to attend additional tapings as members of the studio audience at The Franklin Theater in Franklin, TN.
Darrin says that he and Jamie are besides themselves to see this vision realized.
“Words can’t describe the joy and humbleness I feel as our TV show comes to life! We’ve been conceptualizing this show for years and it brings happy tears to my eyes now that our dreams have come true. This is truly a story of reaching beyond your imagination and deep within your soul to create the best music and television program that we can. I sure hope you enjoy watching The Dailey & Vincent Show as much as we’ve enjoyed making it.”
RFD-TV has released a brief trailer to share their excitement about this latest offering, which is presented by Georgia poultry producers, Springer Mountain Farms.
For his part, Jamie is also grateful for this shot at the television audience.
“As a teenager I used to lie in the floor and watch my favorite TV shows, Nashville Now and the Statler Brothers Show and dream about what it would feel like to have my own TV Show someday. Now, thanks to our friends at Springer Mountain Farms Chicken and the hard work from our manager Zac Koffler, that dream has come true and I couldn’t be more excited or thankful.”
If you are interested in attending an upcoming show taping, please submit the following by email:
City and State of residency
Date you wish to attend
Live tapings are scheduled for July 28 and 29, from 3:00-10:00 p.m. Additional taping dates will be announced going forward.
The Dailey & Vincent Show will air on Saturday nights at 9:30 p.m. (8:30 central) on RFD-TV, offered in a large number of cable and satellite television packages throughout the United States.