Dailey & Vincent guest on A Prairie Home Companion
Thursday, January 22, 2009
– Dailey & Vincent will guest on A Prairie Home Companion on Saturday, Feb. 7 at the show's home theater in St. Paul, Minn.
"When we sat down to talk about our goals for the first couple years of our career, we put A Prairie Home Companion on that list," said Jamie Dailey. "It was a lofty goal, but I've done the show with Doyle Lawson, Darrin's been there with Ricky Skaggs, and we both had a wonderful time. For us to be invited as Dailey & Vincent is quite an honor, and we're very excited."
The show is heard by more than 4 million listeners each week on about 580 public radio stations and abroad on America One and the Armed Forces Networks in Europe and the Far East.
Dailey & Vincent will release their second Rounder album, "Brothers From Different Mothers," on March 31/
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