American music duo Dailey & Vincent are continuing the celebration of their 10-year anniversary and induction as the newest members of the Grand Ole Opry with a recent honor on the floor of the Tennessee Senate Capitol Building during the final day of the 2017 legislative session. Senator Paul Bailey (R-Sparta) sponsored Senate Resolution 132, which honors the group for their many contributions to the country and state.
“It’s an honor to recognize this talented group here today,” remarked Sen. Bailey. “We are thankful for all they have done as ambassadors for Tennessee to promote job growth and the entertainment industry in our state.”
The Grammy-nominated pair treated Senate members to a performance of the song “I’ll Leave My Heart in Tennessee,” which was met with a standing ovation. The prestigious honor comes after their March 11, 2017 induction into the Grand Ole Opry, on their 101st performance on the legendary stage.
Dailey & Vincent has continued to hit new heights with their latest album, Patriots & Poets. The star-studded project features collaborations with Steve Martin, Doyle Lawson, TaRanda Greene, David Rawlings, and Bela Fleck. So far, the album has been a roaring success, with two songs hitting the Top Five on Bluegrass Today’s Weekly Airplay Chart. The lead single, “Gimme All The Love You Got” spent three weeks in the top spot, while the Bill Anderson co-written track “That Feel Good Music” recently stormed into the Top Five.
Fans can pick up a copy of Patriots & Poets at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® locations nationwide, iTunes, Amazon and wherever music is sold. The album will also be available at Dailey & Vincent’s upcoming live shows, which include stops at venues and festivals across North American (see dates below). Another way to keep up with Dailey & Vincent is by watching their hit show, “The Dailey & Vincent Show” airing on RFD-TV Friday nights at 7:30pm ET.
Dailey & Vincent On Tour:
Jun. 02 – Knoxville, Iowa – Knoxville Performing Arts Center
Jun. 03 – St. Louis, Mo. – The Grandel Theatre
Jun. 08 – Shipshewana, Ind. – Blue Gate Theater
Jun. 09 – Petersburg, Va. – Dinwiddie Music Festival at Virginia
Jun. 10 – Cherokee, N.C. – Happy Holiday RV Village
Jun. 12 – Morgantown, Ind. – Bill Monroe Memorial Bean Blossom
Jun. 18 – Chillicothe, Ohio – Sugar Loaf Mountain Amphitheater
Jun. 21 – Summerville, W.Va. – Music in the Mountains
Jun. 22 – Owensboro, Ky. – ROMP Festival
Jun. 30 – Queen City, Mo. – Sally Mountain Park
July 12 – Jackson, Tenn. – Carl Perkins Civic Center
July 13 – Nashville, Tenn. – Ryman Auditorium
July 15 – Mt. Vernon, Ky. – Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
July 16 – Elkins, W.VA. – American Mountain Theater
July 29 – Odon, Ind. – Simon J Graber Community Building
July 30 – Egg Harbor, Wis. – Peg Egan Performing Arts Center
Aug. 02 – Tulsa, Okla. – Brumley Gospel Sing – Mabee Center
Aug. 18 – Marion, N.C. – Tom Johnson’s Camping World
Sept. 02 – Brunswick, Maine – Thomas Point Beach
Sept. 03 – Lancaster, Pa. – American Music Theatre
Sept. 07 – Greenville, Ky. – Felix E. Martin Jr. Hall
Sept. 08 – Shipshewana, Ind. – Blue Gate Theater
Sept. 09 – Claremore, Okla. – Bluegrass and Chili Festival
Sept. 10 – Austin, Texas – One World Theatre
Sept. 14-16 – Hiawassee, Ga. – Dailey & Vincent LandFest in the Mountains