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Dailey. & Vincent looking to "...Sing Some Country!"

Friday, July 8, 2022 – Eight-time GRAMMY Award winners, four-time DOVE Award winners and 35-time IBMA Awards winners altogether, Dailey & Vincent – Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent – will release the bluegrassers' first country disc, "Let's Sing Some Country!," on Sept. 16 on BMG.

The disc was produced by Paul Worley (Lady A, The Chicks, Trace Adkins), and with songs written by and the help of Jimmy Fortune, Vince Gill, Alison Krauss and Rhonda Vincent, Darrin Vincent's sister.

"Recording this project of material for BMG has been one of the biggest highlights of our career," said Dailey & Vincent. "Working with legendary producer Paul Worley, picking great songs, and putting the best musicians in a room to help us create the art of music has been an education and an unforgettable experience. This collection of music is what we've dreamed of recording for a long time. We hope you will enjoy our version of country music. So join us, crank it up and 'Let's Sing Some Country.'"

The track listing is:
1. "I'll Leave My Heart in Tennessee" (Karen Staley)
2. "You Rescued Me" (Wes Cleve Clark, A.J.Clark, Rory M. Bourke)
3. "Hillbilly Highway" (Steve Earle, Jimbeau Hinson)
4. "Colder Than Winter" (Vincent Grant Gill)
5. "Those Memories Of You" (Alan O'Bryant)
6. "Dig A Little Deeper In The Well" (Jodie Emerson, Roger Bowling)
7. "Closer To You" (Jimmy Fortune, Justin Peters)
8. "Feels Like That Again" (Karen Staley, Keith Burns)
9. "Young Man's Town" (Vincent Grant Gill)
10. "Message From The Farm" (Daryl Burgess, Mark Matejka)
11. "If I Die Drinkin'" (Vincent Grant Gill, Ashley Monroe)


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