Bluegrass duo Dailey & Vincent are having a memorable year. The pair, composed of Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent, have earned three International Bluegrass Music Association Award nominations, as well as five Dove Award nods.

"They are brilliant ambassadors for bluegrass, country and inspirational music," Cass Scripps at their agency, APA Nashville, says. "These nominations are a testament to the duo's talent and dedication."

Included in the pair's multiple nominations is the IBMA Award for Entertainer of the Year, and two Dove nods for Bluegrass Song of the Year, for both 'Living in the Kingdom of God' and 'Peace That Covers All the Pain.'

Dailey & Vincent, who have released six albums for Rounder Records, are back at radio with their single 'Steel Drivin' Man,' from their latest album, 'Brothers of the Highway.'

“I wrote ‘Steel Drivin’ Man’ specifically for this new record,” Jamie Dailey tells The Boot. “It is uptempo, fun, and it embodies a lot of the energy and drive that we bring to our stage performance! I love music that moves me … this song moves me!”

The IBMA winners will be announced on Thursday, Sept. 26, while the Dove winners will be announced on Tuesday, Oct. 15. Both ceremonies will be held in Nashville.