Dailey & Vincent and Junior Sisk dominated Sunday's (03Feb13) Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America Awards in Nashville, Tennessee, picking up three prizes each.
Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent, whose performance closed the ceremony at the Sheraton Music City Hotel, came away with the Best Bluegrass Band, Best Vocal Group and Contemporary Gospel Group trophies.
Junior Sisk won the top Contemporary Male Vocalist prize and, with his band Ramblers Choice, also picked up the Best Album and Best Song honours.
Darrin isn't the only successful member of the Vincent family - his sister Rhonda was named Entertainer of the Year and Best Contemporary Female vocalist.
Three of her bandmembers from Rhonda Vincent & The Rage - violinist Hunter Berry, bassist Mickey Harris, and guitarist Josh Williams, also picked up trophies in the individual instrument categories.
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