Tokens: The Welcome Table featuring Lee Camp, bluegrass music artists Dailey & Vincent, The McCrary Sisters, Vince Gill and Friends will take place at the Ryman Theater Sunday, November 18 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are just $34.50 and $24.50. Don't miss the show that The Nashville Scene describes as a "grass-kicking shredfest" with "genre-bending creativity," The Tennessean calls a "virtuouso ensemble," and other critics have called "spectacular," "provocative," and a "marvel." Sojourners opined that "...if A Prairie Home Companion ever moved South and got religion—or at least went to divinity school—it might look a lot like TOKENS." And fans describe Tokens as "UH-MAZING," "awesome," "unforgettable," and "wow!
Lee Camp will be joined by special guests Dailey & Vincent, The McCrary Sisters, Vince Gill, JohnnySwim, best-selling author Brian McLaren, The Nashville Choir, and our friends Buddy Greene, Brother Preacher, Charlie Strobel, Our Most Outstanding Horeb Mountain Boys, and the Tokens Radio Players.
Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent had all the qualifications to develop one of the most entertaining shows taking stages today, so they did. The Dailey & Vincent partnership become one of the most applauded acts in the bluegrass community only a year after forming.
Five years later, they have continued the climb to become one of the most sought after acts in the genre. An act whose star power, have led to performances and collaborations with some of the greatest talents, on some of the biggest stages, exposing their music to hundreds of new fans each week.
Individually, they each draw from a musical upbringing, stints with prominent artists and celebrated recordings. Their combined expertise has made Dailey & Vincent an esteemed act, receiving over 30 Awards and named IBMA’s “Entertainers of the Year” for three consecutive years.
A live Dailey & Vincent performance has something for every fan, featuring exceptional vocals, harmonized with an unexpected range of material and backed by the skillful musicianship bluegrass is known for.
The Sunday, November 18 performance at Ryman Auditorium is being filmed for national public television distribution. Proceeds benefit Room in the Inn.