Vince Gill is truly a force to be reckoned with in country music. He has sold more than 26 million albums, is a popular radio reques, and has the titles of talented singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and so much more. His achievements will be honored with the 2014 CRB Career Achievement Award.
Taylor Swift's performance of 'Red' with Vince Gill and Alison Krauss didn't just earn the 23-year-old a standing ovation at the 2013 CMA Awards, it also generated quite the buzz -- so much so that radio stations and iTunes already have the song.
Vince Gill played the Kauffman Center For Performing Ats in Kansas City, Mo. this past Sunday night and his performance was protested by members of the Westboro Baptist Church.
The Church has targeted Vince Gill for being divorced, claiming that he is committing adultery by being married, divorced and re-married...
Vince Gill was worked up when he took to the streets to confront members of the Westboro Baptist Church on Sunday (Sept. 8). The group was set up outside his concert venue to protest what they called adultery by the singer.
It's almost unfair to call 'Bakersfield' a Vince Gill and Paul Franklin album, because there are so many other skilled musicians who add an important solo, fill or backbeat to the 10-song project. Often when so much talent fills a room, egos bump like elephants at feeding time. But there's space for everyone on this project.
John Oates, who is one-half of pop duo Hall & Oates, has a fluid new project called 'Good Road to Follow,' where he will release a single a month for the next year. It's a collaborative exercise unrestrained by the album format. The musician, whose heyday was in the '80s, has recruited both Vince Gill and Nathan Chapman, a producer who has worked with Taylor Swift, for separate tracks.
Lights, camera, action! Kip Moore and Vince Gill are getting ready to jump offstage and on-camera for an appearance on the hit show 'Nashville.'
The pair -- along with Pam Tillis -- won't have to reach too far out of character, as they'll be playing themselves...