Gus Arrendale and Springer Mountain Farms Present Season Six Of The Dailey & Vincent Show On RFD-TV
Premieres September 9th; This season’s guests include Rhonda Vincent, Larry Gatlin, Pam Tillis, Everette, and many more
August 29, 2023 - Nashville, TN - The GRAMMY, DOVE, and IBMA Award-winning duo of Dailey & Vincent have just announced a sixth season of their ever-popular The Dailey & Vincent Show on RFD-TV. The Emmy-nominated program features great American music from across the bluegrass, country, and gospel genres—and everything in between—presented by Gus Arrendale and Springer Mountain Farms. “Springer Mountain Farms is a longtime supporter of our friends, Dailey & Vincent and the RFD-TV network,” says Arrendale. “We are thrilled to be the presenting sponsors of season 6 of The Dailey & Vincent Show on RFD-TV where we get to share our love of country music and great tasting chicken.”
Hosted by Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent, the show features a new guest each Saturday night with thrilling and moving musical performances and collaborations from all involved. On September 9th, the first episode of season six will air with guest Johnny Dailey sharing his feel-good brand of country music to audiences across the country. Twelve more episodes are to follow featuring guests like Rhonda Vincent, Larry Gatlin, Pam Tillis, Everette, and more. The final two episodes of the season are set to usher viewers into the Christmas spirit with T.G. Sheppard and Kelly Lang joining the boys on November 25th and Moe Bandy and Jeannie Seely guesting on December 2nd. A full list of air-dates and guests can be found below or at rfdtv.com.
“We get to do a hundred shows every year on the road as Dailey & Vincent, and then, come to the Grand Ole Opry and play for the people,” says Vincent. “But, to have a TV show that really represents what we do with our band and our friends…we’re so thankful for that opportunity.” In addition to today’s announcement, the duo is celebrating one of the more unique achievements a band like theirs has earned. Dailey & Vincent’s song “Fire in the Hole” will be featured as the soundtrack for a new roller coaster, Fire in the Hole, opening in Silver Dollar City in 2024. To keep up to date with all-things D&V, please visit daileyandvincent.com.
The Dailey & Vincent Show Season Six Schedule and Guests:
September 9 - Johnny Dailey
September 16 - The Vincent Family
September 23 - Rhonda Vincent
September 30 - Bryce Leatherwood
October 7 - Andy Leftwich
October 14 - Larry Gatlin
October 21 - Wendy Moten
October 28 - Pam Tillis
November 4 - Everette
November 11 - Wyatt Ellis
November 18 - The Kody Norris Show
November 25 - T.G. Sheppard and Kelly Lang (Christmas show)
December 2 - Moe Bandy and Jeannie Seely (Christmas show)
About Dailey & Vincent: Grand Ole Opry members Dailey & Vincent have been called by USA Today “the best of country, bluegrass, and gospel this side of heaven.” Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent, and their world-class band, have energized audiences around the world with their dynamic and riveting blend of music and humor, and have played on stages from the Ryman Auditorium to Carnegie Hall. Dailey & Vincent are 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 3-time IBMA Entertainer of the Year Award winners and 3-Time Vocal Group of the Year Award winners). Their nationally broadcast television show, The Dailey & Vincent Show, plays to millions of fans every week on RFD-TV, and their PBS special, Dailey & Vincent ALIVE—In Concert has aired over 1,000 times. They have garnered 3 Emmy nominations for these TV shows. The duo has also created their own festival brand called Dailey & Vincent’s American Made Music Festivals where they bring artists such as Martina McBride, Josh Turner, Shenandoah, Del McCoury, The Isaacs, Ricky Skaggs, and other famed country, bluegrass, and gospel artists throughout the Southeast. In March 2022, Dailey & Vincent’s song, “I’ll Leave My Heart in Tennessee,” the lead single off their album Let’s Sing Some Country!, was unanimously voted on and signed in as a new official state song by Tennessee Governor Bill Lee. The duo’s song “Fire in the Hole” will be featured as the soundtrack for the new roller coaster, Fire in the Hole, that opens at Dollywood in 2024.
About Springer Mountain Farms: Springer Mountain Farms is a brand people trust. The family owned business has built that trust over the last 26 years of raising chickens through their dedication to animal welfare, pride every day in the work being done, the commitment to using 100% U.S. grown corn and soybeans in the feed made for the chickens, and the strides being taken to reduce the company’s environmental impact. It’s all done to make sure Americans are fed a Simply Superior Chicken™. Springer Mountain Farms takes extra steps to ensure the health and welfare of their chickens. All of their practices and procedures are American Humane Certified™. This is verified by regular, independent, third-party audits of all farms and facilities. American Humane is the oldest and most trusted advocate of animal welfare in the country. Springer Mountain Farms was the first brand of chicken in the world to be American Humane Certified™. Learn more at SpringerMTN.com.
About Gus Arrendale: Gus Arrendale is the President of Springer Mountain Farms. He has dedicated his career to producing the healthiest, best tasting chicken on the planet. He was awarded the American Humane Association’s prestigious National Humanitarian Award. He spreads the great word of Springer Mountain Farms through his love for music and his support of many talented artists and musicians. He was named an Honorary Tennessean by Governor Bill Haslam, and has received many awards including the Founders Award by Sunday Mornin’ Country, the ROPE International Business Award for lifetime achievements in country music for two consecutive years, and an award from the Heart of Texas Country Music Association for his outstanding contribution to the country music community. Most recently, he was inducted into the Academy of Local Musicians - Nashville. Mr. Arrendale has a passion for education equal to that of music. He serves as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Piedmont University in Demorest, Georgia, where he has provided both the Arrendale Amphitheatre and the Springer Mountain Farms Conservatory of Music.