- Love Is A Verb with Beyond The Ashes
- Hold On, Help Is On The Way
- In The Depths Of The Sea
- From My Rags To His Riches with Dailey & Vincent
- I Will
- I Tasted Your Water
- While I Still Can with Karen Peck & New River
- As Long As You Will Walk With Me
- Up Above My Head (I Hear Music In The Air) with Russ Taff
- Waiting At Home
- When He Was On The Cross
- That’s Why with Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
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Nashville, TN (May 20, 2013) — APA Nashville has signed Bluegrass superstar duo Dailey & Vincent to their roster, it was announced today by APA’s Cass Scripps. The duo, celebrating its five-year anniversary, has earned two Grammy nominations, three consecutive IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) Awards for “Entertainer of the Year” and three awards for “Vocal Group of the Year,” respectively, and over 40 other awards and honors. They have multiple #1′s and currently have two albums in the Top 10 on the Billboard charts.
“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to represent the award-winning and multi-talented Dailey & Vincent. Adding them to our roster will open many exciting doors of opportunity in the future,” comments Scripps.
Dailey & Vincent’s current single, “Steel Drivin’ Man,” was the #1 most-played song on Bluegrass Today’s monthly chart in April and marked Jamie Dailey’s first #1 as a songwriter. The video premiered on CMT Pure and remains an ongoing top-trending clip. Their new CD, BROTHERS OF THE HIGHWAY, is currently #2 on the Billboard Bluegrass Albums Chart. In addition, THE GOSPEL SIDE OF DAILEY & VINCENT is currently sitting at #7 in its 69th week of activity on the Billboard Gospel Albums Chart.
Notes Dailey, “We are excited to be working with some of Nashville’s finest and hardest-working agents.” While Vincent adds, “We are looking forward to a great future with a fantastic group of folks at APA Nashville.”
Dailey & Vincent are also represented by Zac Koffler / APEX Entertainment Management, attorney David Crow of Milom, Horsnell, Crow, Rose, Kelley, PLC. and Rounder Records.
Photo: From L to R: Zac Koffler (APEX Entertainment Management), Ray Shelide (APA), Jamie Dailey, Darrin Vincent, Cass Scripps (APA), Matt McGuire (APA), Michael Stevens (APA
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Boaz, Alabama, Marshall Technical School and the Marshall County Economic Development Council are proud to announce the acclaimed Bluegrass group Dailey & Vincent will be coming to Snead State Community College’s Bevill Center on June 1st. A jam session among local artists will begin at 3 p.m. to help kick off the event. The concert will follow at 7 p.m. Opening the concert will be award winning Canaan’s Crossing. Snead State Community College is located in Boaz, Alabama, making this event easily accessible to Bluegrass/Gospel fans from Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee.
Grammy nominated and Dove award winning Dailey & Vincent recently walked away with several top awards from the SPGBMA where they earned Bluegrass, Vocal Group and Gospel group of the year honors. They are also three time winners of the IBMA Entertainer and Vocal Group of the year awards. Group founders Jamie Dailey and Darren Vincent have won multiple awards through the years. They have performed with artists including Dolly Parton, Ricky Skaggs, Doyle Lawson, Emmylou Harris and many more. They have also been featured on Gaither Homecoming videos.Canaan’s Crossing is a recent recipient of the Group of the Year and Song of the Year awards from Front Porch Fellowship and The Singing News. Their song “Middle Man” was recently the number one bluegrass gospel song on the Singing News Bluegrass charts. Tim Maze of Canaan’s Crossing said, “We are proud to be a part of this exciting event in Boaz.
We have worked with Daily and Vincent several times and know its going to be a great night of bluegrass and Gospel music.” Canaan’s Crossing has recently been seen on national television programs Dugger Mountain Music Hall and Harmony Road.Tickets for this special night of music featuring 2 of the hottest acts in bluegrass are $15 if purchased in advance or $20 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at Boaz, Albertville, and Guntersville Piggly Wiggly grocery store locations, Warehouse Discount Grocery in Arab
and Gadsden Music Center in Gadsden, Alabama. Tickets can also be purchased online at itickets.com. Proceeds from the event go improve programs at the Marshall Technical School and help buy materials for the different shops and programs offered students. All proceeds will go directly to the programs to help to students develop their trades to prepare them for the job market and assist in adding new classes at the school. For more information call 256-582-5629
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NASHVILLE, TN (February 28, 2013) – Today, Joseph Habedank, lead vocalist for The Perrys, in partnership with Christ Church in Nashville, TN, announced a benefit concert for Tracy Stuffle, who recently suffered a massive stroke. The evening, dubbed “We Need Each Other: A Benefit for Tracy Stuffle” will take place on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, 6:00 PM (doors open at 5 PM) at Christ Church in Nashville, TN and will feature a lineup of stellar musical artists.
Tracy Stuffle – beloved bass vocalist and group owner/manager of the Perrys – has been in critical condition at a Nashville area hospital since suffering a massive stroke on January 21, 2013 while driving his vehicle in downtown Nashville, TN. All proceeds from this concert will go toward medical expenses for Tracy Stuffle.
Joining hosts Jason Crabb and Joseph Habedank will be the Oak Ridge Boys, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, Dailey & Vincent, The Hoppers, Mark Lowry, the Collingsworth Family, the Booth Brothers, The Isaacs, Gold City, The Bowlings, Karen Peck & New River and a special appearance by The Perrys.
“Tracy & Libbi Stuffle hired me when I was 17 years old. They gave me a chance when no one else would,” states Habedank. “For over 10 years, they have invested into my life and considering I have practically grown up on their bus, they’re like family to me. When this tragic event happened, I immediately called upon the friends of Tracy & Libbi to begin organizing this evening. I am asking everyone who loves Tracy & Libbi to support this evening.”
For more information and to purchase tickets for this evening, vist TracyStuffleBenefit.com. Tickets may also be purchased at Christ Church in Nashville, TN or College Heights Baptist Church in Gallatin, TN.
Tags: dailey & vincent, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, gold city, Jason Crabb, Karen Peck & New River, Mark Lowry, Southenr Gospel News, southern gospel concerts, the booth brothers, The Bowlings, The Collingsworth Family, The Hoppers, the isaacs, The Oak Ridge Boys, Tracy Stuffle
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”Memories With Libbi Perry Stuffle”
Written by Laura Kennedy
SGNScoops Magazine, July 2012
One of six children, Southern Gospel’s most beloved alto singer recently allowed SGN Scoops the privilege of some talk time. Singing, as Libbi is quick to share, has been her whole life; “I had just turned seven. We started singing on Christmas day, 1970 after the loss of my 13 year old brother, Johnny, that previous July 30, 1970. The Perrys decided to go full time after the loss of my baby brother George who was also 13 at the time of his death on June 5, 1982.”
The Perrys, in the mid 1980′s, signed with former pianist for the Happy Goodman Family, Eddie Crook on his Morning Star Records label. Libbi later met and married Tracy Stuffle who would then become the group’s longtime bass singer. For over 40 years and throughout various personnel changes, the group has not only been well received, but is one of the leading Mixed Groups in the industry today.
In my opinion, receiving awards and recognition is evidence of diligence to a skill and craft. In southern gospel music, the most important ingredient to the success of any writer, musician, or vocal artist is the rich indwelling and guiding force of the Lord Jesus Christ. And when the Lord allows, an artist can touch and deeply affect the spiritual walk or even awakening of their listener. Libbi is that kind of artist. And as such, has been awarded Singing News Fan Awards for the 2005 Female Vocalist and Alto Singer Of The Year and the 2006 Alto Singer of the Year. While at the 2009 National Quartet Convention, Libbi was voted Favorite Alto in the 2009 Singing News Fan Awards. Both she and The Perrys received 11, Top 5 nominations in the 2010 Singing News Fan Awards for Favorite Artist, Mixed Group, Male Vocalist, Female Vocalist, Horizon Individual, Young Artist, Alto, Lead, Songwriter, Album, & Song. And most recently, Libbi was awarded Singing News Fan Awards, for the 2011 Favorite Alto of the Year.
Clearly, the traditional tone and strength of Libbi’s voice is what makes her a fan to many. When asked how that particular quality speaks to her, Libbi replies; “It overwhelms me! I never dreamed in a million years that people would even consider my singing anything to be awarded for. To say that I am honored would be an understatement!” Read more »
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Advance tickets: Artist Circle ($50), Gold Seating ($40), and Silver Seating ($30) All tickets are non-refundable. All seats are reserved. Tickets are $5 more the day of show. For tickets to I’ll Fly Away’s 80th birthday and Jimmy Blackwood’s final and “Farewell” performance call 888-462-6718 or visit www.illflyawayfoundation.org
Tags: Blackwood Brothers Quartet, dailey & vincent, Gibson Foundation, I'll fly away foundation, James Blackwood, Jimmy Blackwood, Southern Gospel News, The Oak Ridge Boys
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Celebrating 80 Years of the Greatest Gospel Song of All Time, the I’ll Fly Away Foundation Welcomes The Oak Ridge Boys to “The Shindig”Written by SGN Scoops Staff on July 10, 2012 – 7:02 pm -
Entertainment and the I’ll Fly Away Foundation will celebrate
80 years of the world’s most celebrated Gospel song of all
time, “I’ll Fly Away” with the first annual “Shindig” featuring
multi-platinum and Grammy winning recording artist The
Oak Ridge Boys along with Dailey & Vincent and the
Blackwood Brothers Quartet. The music event will take
place on Saturday, October 13, 2012 at the John Q
Hammons Center at 3303 Pinnacle Hills Parkway in Rogers,
Arkansas. Music starts at 7:00 pm.
The Oak Ridge Boys are one of the most distinctive and
recognizable recording groups of all time. Their many hits including “Elvira,” “Bobbie Sue,” “Dream On”
and “Thank God for Kids,” are only a few of the songs which have reached millions while the group never
left their Gospel roots. For over 50 years the Oak Ridge Boys have been entertaining audiences all over
the world while bringing together the traditions of Gospel, Country and Pop in their music. Duane, Joe,
William Lee and Richard have produced 12 Gold, 3 Platinum, 1 Double Platinum and dozens of #1 hits.
Tags: Blackwood Brothers Quartet, dailey & vincent, I'll fly away foundation, John Q Hammons Center, southern gospel, Southern Gospel Concert, The Oak Ridge Boys
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Bluegrass Generations Come Together In Nashville – Ricky Skaggs, Rhonda Vincent, Jimmy Fortune, Dailey & Vincent and The RoysWritten by SGN Scoops Staff on June 15, 2012 – 1:43 pm -
Bluegrass is all about passing the torch. During last week’s CMA Music Festival there was a special gathering filled with
songs and inspiration during “Bluegrass Generations,” hosted by Sharla McCoy of McCoy and Associates. Award-winning Bluegrass duo The Roys joined Ricky Skaggs, Rhonda Vincent, Dailey + Vincent and Jimmy Fortune during a special in-the-round performance for a large group of radio programmers at Nashville’s Tracking Room studio. Each artist discussed their background and musical heroes, and then performed a couple of songs. The one hour event has been packaged for radio.
Tags: bluegrass, CMA Music Festival, dailey & vincent, Faith, Rhonda Vincent, Ricky Skaggs, Southern Gospel News, The Roys, Tracking Room studio
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We are excited to present a PACKED April Edition of Scoops Magazine! Thanks to Lorraine Walker for a fabulous cover story featuring, Legacy Five. We have stories on your favorite artists to include: Doug Anderson, Declaration Trio, Dailey & Vincent, Harold Reed, Jordan Wilburn, Gene McDonald and Morgan Easter. Rob Estep gives us a “behind the scenes” look with promoter, Rhonda Thompson and Lou Wills Hildreth tells us about the very first Dove Awards! Jennifer Campbell shares a very special conversation with living legend, Bill Gaither as he tells the story behind “Because He Lives!” Angela tells us what songs are topping the charts and Jonathan Edwards talks with Rich Crist of the Crist Family. Sandi Duncan Clark reviews brand new music and Rhonda Frye reviews a concert featuring The Greesons, McKameys, Michael Combs and the Singing Cookes.Scott Rhoades and Jennifer Campbell share their thoughts regarding Easter, John Mathis Jr encourages with words of wisdom and Laurette reminds us of the benefits of exercise. We were saddened at the news of the death of southern gospel promoter and friend to many, Jim Arneson. Rob Patz and several friends share the thoughts of Jim. We appreciate you reading our magazine and sharing the link with your friends, family and friends!
Read the Magazine Here
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GRAMMY-NOMINATED BLUEGRASS ENTERTAINERS OF THE YEAR, DAILEY & VINCENT, MAKE DEBUT APPEARANCES AT CMA MUSIC FESTIVALWritten by SGN Scoops Staff on June 8, 2011 – 5:16 pm -
Tags: Chris Young, CMA Music Festival, dailey & vincent, Josh Turner, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Trace Adkins
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