• Sirius Bluegrass on the job

    Over the last few weeks, we've followed The Infamous Stringdusters on their European tour (final video below), watched weekly excerpts from their latest promotional video and offered readers the chance to win valuable prizes associated with next week's new CD

  • Gracie Muldoon – cyber radio tease

    Gracie Muldoon, general manager and popular on-air host on WorldWideBluegrass.com, is really psyched about the interview segments of her Muldoon In The Afternoon program today (5/23). The show runs from noon to 2:00 p.m. (EDT) and will feature a half hour

  • WNRV goes online

    WNRV, AM 990, here in the New River Valley, has gone online. Their live feed is not yet operational, but they are working on it, and tell me it should be available soon. The website is up and running though, and

  • Dailey & Vincent in BMP

    Dailey & Vincent grace the cover of the latest issue of Bluegrass Music Profiles, which contains a 5-page article on their new band. They were interviewed the day they debuted on The Opry, and reflected on the enormity of this

  • Dailey & Vincent on XM

    Dailey & Vincent will be the guests on the next edition of Studio Special on XM Satellite Radio's Bluegrass Junction. They join host Kyle Cantrell for an hour of live music recorded in the Nashville XM studio, plus discussion about

  • Dailey & Vincent Opry Video

    Our friend Craig Havighurst from String Theory Media just wrote to let us know that he has uploaded a new video to his YouTube page. The video is a five minute walk along with Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent as

  • Dailey & Vincent: CD release party

    Tomorrow, January 29, 2008, is the official release of the new Dailey & Vincent CD. Last week they held a CD release party for a small group of family, friends, and industry VIPs at the Country Music Hall of Fame

  • Dailey & Vincent on the Opry

    Bluegrass duo Dailey & Vincent recently made their Grand Ole Opry debut. Both Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent have played the Opry before as sidemen, but this was their first appearance while fronting their own band. The duo performed three songs