Guitar, lead, tenor and baritone vocals
In 1998 Jamie Dailey was hired by Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver and recorded nine records with them. During Jamie's nine year tenure with the band they won 11 IBMA awards including Vocal Group of the Year six consecutive times 2001-2006 along with Song of the Year "Blue Train" which featured Dailey's high tenor and lead vocal. The group also garnered 4 Grammy nominations during Dailey's stay with the group and several Dove nominations. Jamie left Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver in August 2007 to start Dailey and Vincent with long time friend and colleague Darrin Vincent.
Jamie has also recorded with other artists including, Rhonda Vincent on the song "Kentucky Borderline" - Song of the Year at IBMA in 2005. Jamie sang back up vocals on Christmas Grass vol. 2 2004 with Dolly Parton. In 2005 Jamie was a guest on Ricky Skaggs Grammy Award winning "Brand New Strings" album. Jamie sang tenor on the song "Enjoy the Ride".
Jamie has been called The Bluegrass Ambassador after his Young Leader of America ambassadorial trips to Switzerland and Germany in 2005 and 2007. He has also performed at the Swiss Embassy in New York City.
Upright Bass, mandolin, lead and baritone vocals
Darrin started singing at age 3 and playing at age 6, performing weekly with his family The Sally Mountain Show. Darrin was a member of Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder for 10 years until he joined with Jamie Dailey to form Dailey and Vincent. Awards include 8 time IBMA instrumental group of the year, 7 Grammy’s, 3 Grammy nominations for co-producing Rhonda Vincent’s Ragin Live and All American Blue Grass Girl, 1 Dove nomination as Producer of “Count it all Joy” by Susie Luchsinger.
Darrin has been inducted into the Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame. Darrin has recorded or performed with numerous artists including: Dolly Parton, Nora Jones, Emmylou Harris, Marty Stuart, Rhonda Vincent, Del McCoury, Doyle Lawson, Pete Anderson, Earl Scruggs, Bruce Hornsby, Doc Watson, Alison Krauss, Vince Gill, Grandpa Jones, Jimmy Sturr, John Hartford, Charlie Louvin, Keith Urban, and Daryle Singeltary. Still his biggest musical thrills are performing on the world famous Grand Ole Opry and at local church revivals with his three children.
Mandolin, lead, tenor and baritone vocals
Jeff Parker began playing at the age of six. At age 12, Jeff started playing mandolin with his dad in the family gospel band, and then with other local bands around his home town of Berea, KY. Later he did a fill in gig with Larry Sparks, which was the first big bluegrass icon he played mandolin for. Jeff played in a home town band Train 45, then returned to The Parker Bros (Family Band) which was the Bluegrass Band Award winner at Renfro in 1992 and Jeff won the award for best Instrumentalist that year and in 1994 won the award for Best Harmony Vocal at Renfro. Jeff has also been a member of The Bluegrass Drifters, and Renfro Valley Barn Dance as a staff musician and singer for several years. Jeff formed his own band, Wilderness Trail, prior to getting the call to work with The Lonesome River Band for the next five years (Sammey’s a great guy to work for). Jeff did three recordings while with LRB. Jeff also has a solo all-gospel CD out on the Lonesome Day record label. Jeff has filled in with bands such as Tony Rice, Mountain Heart, Dale Ann Bradley, Wildfire, Mark Newton Band, Larry Sparks and many others. Jeff has been on many recordings of today’s bluegrass artists. Jeff offers mandolin, guitar, bass, and banjo lessons at his hometown shop in Berea KY.
Banjo, second guitar and bass vocals
Joe was born on July 18, 1989 in St. Louis, MO. Joe fell in love with music at an early age drawing inspiration from Elvis, Eric Clapton and especially The Eagles. After seeing a broadcast of The Eagles reunion tour in 1995, Joe began asking his parents for a guitar. On his 6th birthday they surprised him with a small acoustic and signed him up for lessons.
Soon Joe began attending mountain dulcimer festivals with his Mom. Not satisfied with playing back-up guitar, Joe began to take classes at the festivals. This led to entering and winning the Illinois State Mountain Dulcimer Championship in 2000. Not long after winning the contest, Joe met Jerry Rosa, a local mandolin player and luthier. Jerry loaned Joe a mandolin and showed him a few chords. Renowned for helping young musicians, Jerry started featuring Joe with his group, The Rosa String Works, at local festivals. Joe gained stage experience and learned a lot about bluegrass music.
In January of 2004 Joe was hired to play mandolin for Bull Harman in his band, Bullseye, during which time Joe recorded his first solo project, “The Thrill of a New Game”. The CD, produced by Harman, featured Joe on mandolin, banjo, and lead vocals along with several guest stars including Dale Perry, Steve Gully, Randy Kohrs, Junior Sisk, Bull Harman, and Jamie Dailey.
In December of 2006 Joe resigned from Bullseye to finish his last year of high school and to pursue other opportunities. In June 2007, he received a call from Jamie Dailey asking him if he would be interested in auditioning for the banjo spot with Dailey & Vincent.
Adam Haynes hails from Oberlin, Ohio, Adam started playing music at age 13. While starting out on the banjo in a family band, Adam soon moved to the fiddle and the bluegrass industry is all the better for it. With “best of the best” influences including Bobby Hicks, Benny Margin, Kenny Baker, Curly Ray Cline and Stuart Duncan, it’s no wonder Adam’s soulful, energetic fiddle playing has caught the ear of fans around the world. His professional resume includes stage time with Melvin Goins and David Parmley and Continental Divide.