The critically acclaimed bluegrass group Dailey and Vincent hail from Nashville, the epicentre of modern American bluegrass music. The band is the result of a collaboration between guitarist Jamie Dailey, formerly a member of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and mandolin player Darrin Vincent who rose to prominence as a member of Ricky Skaggs' legendary bluegrass band Kentucky Thunder. Vincent is from a well known bluegrass dynasty and the brother of Rhonda Vincent, a gifted mandolin player once proclaimed by the Wall Street Journal as the Queen of Bluegrass. It's not surprising that with such a musical pedigree great things were expected when the band was formed and Dailey and Vincent were under a lot of pressure to deliver something exceptional when they announced their new project. The two musicians didn't disappoint and their eponymous debut album released in 2008 was the subject of resounding critical reviews and became immediately popular with bluegrass audiences. The group have gone on to establish themselves as one of the premier exponents of modern bluegrass and have accrued numerous industry accolades from the various bluegrass organisations which exist in America.