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Dailey & Vincent perform at Gaither gathering

Tuesday, November 27, 2007 – Vince Gill, Rhonda Vincent, Doyle Lawson, Ralph Stanley, Marty Stuart and new bluegrass duo Dailey & Vincent will join an all-star lineup for the next Gaither Homecoming DVD, to be filmed in Nashville this week and released in the fall of 2008.

Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent will perform three songs from their self-titled Rounder debut - "By the Mark," "Place on Calvary" and "More Than a Name on a Wall." Their album is slated for release Jan. 29, 2008.

Hosted by Bill Gaither, the DVD will feature performances by country, bluegrass and gospel music performers, including the Gaither Vocal Band, Vince Gill, Rhonda Vincent, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, The Isaacs, The Easters, Jimmy Fortune, Ralph Stanley and Marty Stuart. The Homecoming DVD is a Gaither Television production, produced by Gaither, Bill Carter and Barry Jennings.

"Gospel music is and always has been near and dear to our hearts," said Dailey. "We're very proud to be included in this incredible group of talent, and to be able to share these songs."

Dailey & Vincent will perform "More Than a Name on a Wall," written by Jimmy Fortune and John Rimel, a hit for the Statler Brothers in 1989. They will once again join Fortune to perform the song for the Gaither DVD.


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