The hottest thing in bluegrass the past five years has been Dailey and Vincent, the team composed of former Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver tenor singer Jamie Dailey and Kentucky Thunder (and brother of Rhonda Vincent) member Darrin Vincent. Their first hit, a cover of Gillian Welch's "By the Mark," set the bluegrass world on its ear. Eleven IBMA awards later, their new album is scheduled for release next week.
As with their Grammy-nominated 2010 album Dailey and Vincent Sing the Statler Brothers, their new gospel-only album, The Gospel Side of Dailey & Vincent, will be released in conjunction with Rounder solely for sale in Cracker Barrel stores nationwide. Prior to the album's release Dailey & Vincent will be guests on the legendary Eddie Stubbs radio program on WSM on January 5 to debut the album. The duo will also make in-store appearances at Cracker Barrels between concerts.
Dailey & Vincent have also been recording an album for release on their parent label, Rounder, later this year.
Cracker Barrel's press release