Opening January 13, 2017 with a pre-show reception and concert, this will be the final exhibit at the Museum’s current location.
|Exhibit opening will feature unveiling reception and concert!||The concert will be broadcast live on SiriusXM’s Bluegrass Junction channel and will feature songs and stories performed and told by Dailey & Vincent, hosted by Kyle Cantrell.|
“We are pleased to collaborate with Jamie Dailey and Darren Vincent on this exhibit highlighting their incredible career to this point. The event January 13th will certainly feature a live performance, but this is also an opportunity to hear Dailey & Vincent reflect on their influences, career milestones and the stories behind some of their most popular songs. This is shaping up to be a very special evening, and we are glad to host it here at the International Bluegrass Music Museum.” – Chris Joslin, IBMM Executive Director.
Features of the exhibit include instruments, clothing, awards and pictures from the duo, as well as memorabilia from Dailey & Vincent’s careers prior to performing together.
Tickets for the unveiling reception and concert are available now through the Museum’s website, bluegrassmuseum.org or by calling the Museum 270-926-7891. Only 100 tickets will be sold.
Money raised from this concert and reception will help the museum continue efforts to preserve and honor the legacy of bluegrass music including music educational programs, general museum operating expenses, the Video Oral History Project (VOHP) and artifact collection efforts.
Ticket Link: http://bit.ly/DVIBMM
About The International Bluegrass Music Museum
The International Bluegrass Music Museum is a 501c3 non-profit located in Owensboro, Kentucky focused on gathering, preserving, exhibiting and disseminating the artifacts, history, collection and performance art of the global history of bluegrass music through an educational experience.
Formed in 1991, the IBMM is currently constructing a new building in downtown Owensboro, KY along the Ohio River. Just three blocks west of the current location, this new facility will double the museum’s exhibit space and incorporate a 450 seat theater, an outdoor performance area, expanded research library, rooftop restaurant and much more.