This is how Dailey & Vincent roll

Dailey & Vincent have been riding high this past few years, winning awards, selling out shows, and garnering critical acclaim for their popular recordings. Their home-away-from-home, beloved tour bus The Mark, criss-crosses the country time and again, taking the band to more than 125 shows this year alone.

Thanks to Cracker Barrel, the bus has a new look, painted to match the color scheme of their latest CD, Dailey & Vincent Sing the Statler Brothers, which was an exclusive Cracker Barrel release. The Mark also sports Cracker Barrel logos, and the boys include a promotional segment in their live appearances for the restaurants which populate major highways across the US.

In other D&V news, Jamie Dailey and Darin Vincent have announced that they will be working with celebrated producer Garth Fundis for their next Rounder Records project. Fundis earned his bones producing country artists like Don Williams, Trisha Yearwood, Keith Whitley and Alabama, but has also worked with acoustic artists like New Grass Revival and Doc Watson. Both artists and critics have credited him with pulling especially compelling performances from both new and established acts.

Fundis is ready to tackle this new chapter…

“I’m pleased and honored to have been invited aboard the Dailey & Vincent team for their next recording project. I look forward to exploring the possibilities and building upon the substantial reputation they have quickly established. These are very talented people!  Darrin, Jamie and I are putting our collective experiences into one great collaborative effort. Stay tuned!”

The as-yet unamed album is projected for a 2011 release.

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John Lawless

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.