Dailey & Vincent Sing The Statler Brothers

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The reigning IBMA Entertainer of the Year duo have so far proven they can tackle bluegrass and Southern gospel tunes. Now they skillfully bring their tightknit harmonies to a set of tunes made popular by another group also known for harmonies, The Statler Brothers. Dailey & Vincent are no strangers to Statler tunes; they had a No. 1 bluegrass record with their cover of “More Than a Name on a Wall.” A lilting banjo line, paired with Darrin Vincent’s pristine tenor vocals, provides a nice departure from the classic version of “Flowers on the Wall,” while the duo’s harmonies are superb on “Oh Elizabeth” (21-year-old singer Joe Dean Jr.’s bass vocals are especially highlighted here) and “I’ll Go to My Grave Loving You.”

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