• Jessie Baker departing Dailey & Vincent

    Jessie Baker with Dailey & Vincent at the Jekyll Island Bluegrass Festival (1/9/18) - photo © B Chord Photography Jessie Baker, banjo player and vocalist with Dailey & Vincent, has announced his immediate departure from the band owing to debilitating pain

  • Congratulations Jessie and Gabrielle!

    On Saturday July 8, Jessie Baker, banjo player with Dailey & Vincent, was married to Gabrielle Bowers in Indianapolis, where both of them grew up. The two have been dating this past dozen years since they first met at Bean Blossom

  • The multi-talented Jessie Baker

    Young Jessie Baker seems to be fitting right in on his new gig with Dailey & Vincent, finding a place for his many talents in their light-hearted and highly entertaining stage show. Just 21 years old, Baker has already done stints

  • Jessie Baker to Dailey & Vincent

    With original banjo man Joe Dean taking his exit to pursue other interests, Dailey & Vincent have announced that Jessie Baker will henceforth be picking the five in their show. Baker has made quite a name for himself in a relatively

  • Fired Up banjo tabs available

    Tom Adams has published an ebook of banjo tab transcriptions from Fired Up, the latest album by Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper. The tabs are based on the playing of crackerjack picker Jessie Baker who tracked the record with Michael, but

  • Jessie Baker jumps again

    Just weeks after being announced as the new banjo picker with Sierra Hull, Jessie Baker has detoured from Highway 111 to travel with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver. He will start right away, filling the spot held for the past year

  • Jessie Baker jumps to Highway 111

    Jessie Baker has been announced as the new banjo player with Sierra Hull & Highway 111. Baker, 19 years old, had been a member of Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper since the fall of 2008 and will start with Sierra in

  • Three fine new banjo CDs

    Banjo CDs are coming out of the woodwork, it seems. Just in the past few weeks, we have received stellar releases from Dan Menzone, Jessie Baker and Chris Warner. Each is distinctive in its own way, and all should have