New representation for Dailey & Vincent, Sleepy Man Banjo Boys

Dailey & VincentA pair of bluegrass acts on opposite ends of the stardom spectrum have announced new representation this week.

Dailey & Vincent can plainly be described as superstars in bluegrass music, with album sales, awards, and touring success to back it up.

Sleepy Man Banjo Boys are just getting started in their music careers, but the three Mizzone brothers from New Jersey, with ages ranging now from 11-15, have made quite a splash on stage, on YouTube, and on TV. They can now boast of being represented by the prestigious William Morris Agency, with offices in major entertainment centers like New York, Nashville, Los Angles and several others around the world. Moonstruck Management will continue to handle day-to-day booking and management, coordinating with William Morris on “big picture” and expansion opportunities.

As for Dailey & Vincent, they will henceforth be represented by the APA Agency’s Nashville office, another worldwide talent agency with multiple offices in the US.

It’s nice to see bluegrass acts attracting this sort of attention from the larger entertainment world. Way to go guys!

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John had served as primary author and editor for The Bluegrass Blog from its launch in 2006 until being folded into Bluegrass Today in September of 2011. He continues in that capacity here, managing a strong team of columnists and correspondents.