March 28 @ 7:00 pm
Described by New York Post’s music critic, Dan Aquilante, as the “real deal”, lauded songwriter and performer, Will Dailey has shared the stage and studio with the likes of Eddie Vedder, Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, G Love, Steve Earle, Grace Potter, Martin Sexton, Tanya Donelly, and the Wallflowers. He has charted in the top 20 on the national Billboard Heat Seekers chart twice, reaching #1 with his last album Golden Walker on the Northeast charts.
He is an advisor for Theo Epstein’s Foundation to be Named Later, on the Board of Director for the Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame hosted at Boston’s Boch Center, and has been an advisory board member for Farm Aid. As an 8-time Boston Music Award Winner, he continued his work as a Boston Music Ambassador through the pandemic by raising $32,000+ for non-salary employees of venues in Boston, other artists and the City of Chelsea through online performances. He is currently working on his first full album since 2019, while finishing his second season of the iHeart/Double Elvis produced podcast Sound of Our Town, a music travel podcast where he brings the listeners on a tour of American cities and their musical scene and history.
Always carving his own path, Dailey spent 2023 touring with a new song called “Cover of Clouds” that can ONLY be heard on a disc-man and headphones that travel with him at his merch table during shows. The first of its kind concept is called the $10 Song Project and celebrates the art of listening to music. A journal is provided to listeners to share their experience to the song that isn’t available anywhere else.