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John Oates Calls in Vince Gill, Taylor Swift Producer for New Album
John Oates Calls in Vince Gill, Taylor Swift Producer for New Album
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. Read Mo
Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson and Vince Gill Honored With Early 2012 ACM Awards
Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson and Vince Gill Honored With Early 2012 ACM Awards
While several of the biggest 2012 ACM Awards will be doled out April 1 during the live telecast on CBS, time restrictions keep the other honorees from being awarded on-camera. For those awards that won’t make the televised time slot — Special Awards, Industry Awards, Musician, Bandleader and Instrumentalist (MBI) and Songwriter of the Year — the Academy of Country Music is hosting its sixth annual
Vince Gill Parts Ways With His Record Label
Vince Gill Parts Ways With His Record Label
At the Universal Music Group label luncheon show at Nashville’s Country Radio Seminar Wednesday (Feb. 22), George Strait surprised the Ryman audience with his guest appearance — but fellow star Vince Gill had a surprise of his own. Before launching into his song ‘The Red Words,’ the ‘Threaten Me With Heaven’ singer told the audience, which was full of radio personnel, that he was performing that d
Vince Gill Gets Too Close to Miss Piggy for ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ on ‘CMA Country Christmas’
Vince Gill Gets Too Close to Miss Piggy for ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ on ‘CMA Country Christmas’
Miss Piggy was looking to nab herself a Big Vinny at the ‘CMA Country Christmas’ special on ABC on Thursday night. Piggy and Vince Gill’s steamy performance of ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ ended in a PG-13 rated makeout session … with Gill’s wife watching from offstage.
Vince Gill, Keith Urban + Brad Paisley Honor Glen Campbell at 2011 CMA Awards
Vince Gill, Keith Urban + Brad Paisley Honor Glen Campbell at 2011 CMA Awards
Today’s country music wouldn’t be what it is without the iconic stars that led the way, like Glen Campbell, who changed the face of the industry with a string of Top 10 hits in the 1960s and ’70s. Realizing his greatness, Vince Gill, Keith Urban and Brad Paisley took the stage at the 2011 CMA Awards to honor the legend, who announced in June that he’s been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Read

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