Award winning duo, Dailey and VincentÂ are set to release an a cappella Gospel album called Singing From the Heart which will benefit the Tennessee Bible College.
The project began in 2001, long before Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent began their career as a duo.Â It was a labor of love, an album of a cappella spiritual songs that would honor the Church of Christ’s practice of singing without instruments and that would benefit the Tennessee Bible College in Cookeville, Tennessee, which is a Church of Christ institution.
Since its beginning, there has never been a worthy student turned away for the lack of funds.Â When I got to know Jamie as a dear friend, I told him about TBC.Â I told him that we were constantly in need of funds for worthy students.Â I asked Jamie if he could take the lead and develop a quartet CD of a cappella singing.Â Â He said he could and so he did.Â He picked up Darrin Vincent, who has been a tremendous helper and an untiring worker. We love Dailey & Vincent. – Malcolm L. Hill, President of the college.
To record the album of quartets, Dailey & Vincent called on the very best of vocalists from the worlds of bluegrass, southern gospel and country music.Â Guests on the album include tenor Andy Ball, bass Glenn Dustin, baritone Anthony Facello, baritone Tony King, tenor Shawn Lane, bass Jeff Pearles, Doyle Lawson, singing baritone on Near the Cross, and Molly Skaggs, a bluegrass double legacy and daughter of Sharon White and Ricky Skaggs.