Dailey & Vincent go live
Monday, June 16, 2014
– Daily & Vincent will record a live show in September for a CD/DVD release, the bluegrass duo announced today.
"For a while now, you have been asking us for our live show on DVD," Dailey & Vincent said in an email. They said they were "excited" to announce the taping their first ever live CD/DVD/public television concert special on Sept. 13 at the Hylton Center in Manassas, Va.
"We will be debuting a few new songs, along with fan favorites, and we're working on a special performance to honor our heroes. We hope to see you there!" Dailey & Vincent said.
"We want all of you to come be a part of it with us," they said.
An exclusive pre-sale for fans will be held from June 27-30. Tickets go an sale to the general public July 1.
Dailey & Vincent - Jamie Dailey (guitar, bass, vocals) and Darrin Vincent (mandolin, guitar, bass, vocals) - have released 6 albums since 2008 with the most recent being "Keepers of the Highway" from May 2013.
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