Thursday, February 2, 2023


Grand Ole Opry stars and GRAMMY® Award-nominees Dailey & Vincent continue their ‘Let's Sing Some Country!' At the Opry with Dailey & Vincent video series today with the release of fun, upbeat tune “Hillbilly Highway.” Shot in Opry’s Porter Wagoner dressing room, the visual features lead vocals by Darrin Vincent, and offers a lighthearted, jam band feel, featuring the rest of Dailey & Vincent’s talented outfit. “Hillbilly Highway” was included on their latest album release, Let’s Sing Some Country!, out now

"We shot the video in the Porter Wagoner dressing room backstage. It was a fun, off-the-beaten-path spot to shoot a video, and any chance we get to hang in our Opry home, we'll take!” 
- Darrin Vincent

"The song tells the story of a family that's fallen on hard times, yet continues to try and do better despite the relentless challenges - which is so relatable for so many of us,” added Jamie Dailey of the decision to cut the song for Let’s Sing Some Country! “I love hearing Darrin sing on it. It's a fun song to jam on, and kind of reminds me of us on the road."

5x GRAMMY® Award winners individually, 3x GRAMMY® Award nominees collectively, 4x GMA DOVE Award winners and 35x IBMA Award winners together, the pair found the move into the country genre with Let’s Sing Some Country! a seamless and natural progression. Produced by Paul Worley (Lady A, The Chicks, Trace Adkins), the renowned duo focused their creative efforts on making the country record that they’ve always wanted to make - and it was embraced by industry and fans alike. Joined on the project by Jimmy Fortune, Vince Gill, Alison Krauss, and more, Let’s Sing Some Country! was lauded by press. “The album is a testament to the shared musical modalities between country and bluegrass, leaning heavily on the duo’s bluegrass stylings and airtight harmonies,” praised Billboard, while Saving Country Music stated Dailey & Vincent “...freshens things up by releasing this country record to favorable results.”


Feb. 3 - Knoxville Performing Arts Center - Knoxville, IA
Feb. 18 - Brown County Music Center - Nashville, IN
Feb. 19 - Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center - Cambridge, OH
Feb. 20 - Bertha Frank Performing Arts Center - Morton, IL
Feb. 23 - Egyptian Theatre - Park City, UT
Feb. 24 - Egyptian Theatre - Park City, UT
Feb. 25 - Egyptian Theatre - Park City, UT
Feb. 26 - Egyptian Theatre - Park City, UT
March 10 - Charleston Music Hall - Charleston, SC
March 11 - The Clayton Center - Clayton, NC
March 12 - Appomattox County High School - Appomattox, Va.
March 17 - Rockingham Theatre - Reidsville, NC
March 18 - The Caverns - Pelham, TN
March 25 - York Expo Center Grandstand - York, PA
March 26 - Lebanon Valley Exposition Center & Fairgrounds - Lebanon, PA
March 31 - Kentucky Opry - Benton, KY

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