Criticism is often a precursor to superstar fame, a reality that Vince Gill probably understands all too well. The 'Threaten Me With Heaven' singer says he thinks Taylor Swift has endured unfair criticism and has gone on the record to defend his fellow country music superstar.
The first ever Country Music Cruise will set sail January 19th-26th, 2014. The maiden voyage. leaving from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. will feature a blend of legends and up-and-comers including Vince Gill and Kenny Rogers.
Vince Gill, Kenny Rogers and a handful of country music's top stars have all signed on to perform on the inaugural Country Music Cruise, a country-themed ocean liner that will set sail through the Caribbean in early 2014.
Rising country star Ashley Monroe and her co-producer Vince Gill offered a group of Nashville journalists an exclusive sneak preview of her upcoming solo album 'Like a Rose' in Nashville on Monday night (Jan. 14), giving a personal glimpse into the creation of a record that is likely to appear on multiple 2013 critic's picks lists.
While Kelly Clarkson's 'Don't Rush' lyrics were not intended for her originally, the song wound up in her hands and was a perfect fit. Not only did she nail the vocals, but Clarkson also had the good sense to bring in the heavenly voice of Vince Gill, which left the song's three writers -- Natalie Hemby, Blu Sanders and Lindsay Chapman -- beyond thrilled with the outcome.
Keith Urban and Vince Gill have signed on to appear at Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival, a music event that has become legendary for its stellar performances and iconic collaborations with some of the most talented guitarists in the entire music industry. The two-day music celebration is scheduled to take place on April 12-13, 2013 in New York City.
How do you convince a skeptical country audience that you're country? You get Vince Gill to sing and play guitar on your first true country single. That's what Kelly Clarkson did with 'Don't Rush,' a song she'll perform at the CMA Awards on Nov. 1. The pairing is magic.
Kelly Clarkson has been slowly but surely creeping into the country music genre over her career, and it appears that trend will continue for the original 'American Idol'. On Clarkson's upcoming 'Greatest Hits - Chapter 1' CD, she's enlisted the vocal talents of country music legend Vince Gill.
Kelly Clarkson has enjoyed a few hit duets in the country music field already, and soon, she'll add Vince Gill to her roster. The track listing for the first 'American Idol' winner's upcoming album, 'Greatest Hits -- Chapter 1,' has been released, and tucked alongside her pop hits is a sweet duet with Gill titled 'Don't Rush.'
For the new release, which will be Gill's 13th studio release and first since 2006's sprawling, four-disc collection 'These Days,' Gill retreated to his new home studio -- and invited a few "familiar" guests, including his wife, Amy Grant, and several of his children.
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