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An Afternoon with Dailey & Vincent and Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers
3:00 pm, Saturday, April 18, 2020

"It's going to be one heck of a show!" The Flagler Museum is pleased to welcome back the multi-award-winning duo, Dailey & Vincent, to headline its 15th annual Bluegrass in the Pavilion concert on Saturday, April 18, 2020. Five-man band Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers will be opening the show, which starts at 3 pm. All proceeds from ticket sales benefit the Museum's education programs for children.

Dailey And Vincent Dailey & Vincent, hailing from world famous stages such as Carnegie Hall and the Ryman Auditorium, is riding a wave of critical acclaim for their new release, Patriots & Poets, as well as their nationally broadcasted weekly TV series, The Dailey & Vincent Show, RFD-TV. Backed by one of the best bands on tour today and generally regarded among the most reputable and elite entertainers in American music, Dailey & Vincent’s sound is a concoction of traditional country, gospel and bluegrass blended together by the fantastically distinctive vocal blends of Dailey's tenor and Vincent's reedy harmonies.

"Stand back or face the force of nature that is this astounding ensemble," wrote respected critic Robert K. Oermann for Music Row Magazine.

Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent are Grand Ole Opry Members, five-time GRAMMY® award winners individually, three-time GRAMMY® award nominees collectively, four-time DOVE Award winners, and winners of 35 IBMA Awards altogether (including three-time IBMA Entertainer of the Year Award winners and three-time Vocal Group of the Year Award winners). 

Jamie Dailey grew up performing with family and regional groups, and later became the lead vocalist and guitarist for Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver (who performed at the Flagler Museum in April 2019) for over 10 years. Dailey's voice can also be found on several recordings by Dolly Parton, Ricky Skaggs, and Russell Moore.

Darrin Vincent began performing at the age of two with his family band, The Sally Mountain Show, and is a former band member for over 10 years with Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder. Vincent, who was voted Bluegrass Bass Player of the Year four years in a row (2009-2012), has credits with artists including Rhonda Vincent, Dolly Parton, Norah Jones, Emmylou Harris, Earl Scruggs, Bruce Hornsby, Vince Gill, John Hartford and more.

joe mullins 34 lowresLed by Bluegrass veteran Joe Mullins on the banjo, The Radio Ramblers includes Florida native Jason Barie on fiddle, Mike Terry on mandolin and vocals, Adam McIntosh on guitar and vocals, and Randy Barnes on upright bass and vocals. The band is a proven industry and fan favorite, having garnered six International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) and four SPBGMA Awards, including the 2018 IBMA Award for “Song of the Year” for “If I’d Have Wrote That Song.” They debuted at the historic Grand Ole Opry in 2013 and have made regular guest appearances since. The band also boasts 11 number one songs and albums since 2013, with four albums on Billboard’s Top Selling Albums Chart. Band leader Mullins is also the host of Front Porch Fellowship, a syndicated radio show that broadcasts weekly on over 200 radio stations. The band previously performed at the Flagler Museum’s bluegrass show in 2012.

“Joe Mullins is a classic character who could slip through a time machine to about 1961 and move around comfortably. And he’d be among the coolest cats there in his Ohio home, fronting a bluegrass band and owning radio stations. And that voice! Whether speaking or singing, it’s arresting and comforting at the same time. This is the true sound of bluegrass renown. A brilliant band.”
- Craig Havighurst, noted author, critic and producer of Music City Roots in Nashville, TN.

“This show in Palm Beach is just as relevant as all the other great festivals and bluegrass shows out there, and worthy of your attention,” wrote Jamie Dailey of Dailey & Vincent in a blog post on BluegrassToday.com. “Out of the hundreds of bluegrass shows where I have performed, the Flagler Museum’s Bluegrass Music event is certainly in the top 5 of all time.”

Jamie Dailey offers respect for Flagler Museum's Bluegrass in the Pavilion

Click here to read Jamie Dailey's article about playing at the Flagler Museum, as published in Bluegrass Today.

The Flagler Museum’s Bluegrass in the Pavilion program is a Recipient of a 2018 Event of the Year Special Award Nomination from the International Bluegrass Music Association.
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