Knowledge Identifier: +Vince_Gill
Category: Music (655)
Born in 1957.
Countries: United States (89%), (5%), United Kingdom (2%)
Linked to: Country Music Association, Northwest Classen High School, Universal Music Group Nashville, NPR
Emmylou Harris - Harris released a solo album in 1987, "Angel Band", featuring traditional gospel songs, on which she worked with rising country star Vince Gill, and others
Steve Wariner - In 1992, Wariner received his first Grammy *award, for Best Country Vocal Collaboration, as a guest vocalist and guitarist alongside Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs and fiddler Mark O'Connor on the single "Restless", a No. 25-peaking single from O'Connor's album "The New Nashville Cats"
I Will Always Love You - After recording a duet with Vince Gill in 1995, "I Will Always Love You" re-entered the "Billboard" chart and peaked at number 15
Gary Chapman (musician) - Chapman married Jennifer Pittman in July 2000, four months after Grant wed Vince Gill
Earl Scruggs - In 2002 Scruggs won a second Grammy *award for the 2001 recording of "Foggy Mountain Breakdown", which featured artists such as Steve Martin on 2nd banjo solo , Vince Gill and Albert Lee on electric guitar solos, Paul Shaffer on piano, Leon Russell on organ, and Marty Stuart on mandolin
Henry Cho - During the holiday seasons of 2003 and 2004, Cho toured around the U.S. with Amy Grant & Vince Gill, appearing live during the couple's show as a featured comedian on Grant and Gill's "Simply Christmas" tours
Pharrell Williams - Williams' rock credentials were further bolstered by his appearance at the 2004 Grammy Awards, performing The Beatles' "I Saw Her Standing There" on drums with Sting, Dave Matthews, and Vince Gill.
The Everly Brothers - In 2006, Phil Everly sang a duet, "Sweet Little Corrina," with country singer Vince Gill on his album "These Days
Bekka Bramlett - On May 14, 2007, Bekka married musician Tom Britt while the couple were on tour with Vince Gill
Owsley (musician) - In 2011, Vince Gill released the song "Threaten Me With Heaven", which was co-written with Amy Grant, Will Owsley and Dillon O'Brian
Sting (musician) - On 25 November 2011 Sting performed in an episode of "CMT Crossroads" with country legend Vince Gill
Keith Urban - On 10 April 2012, Urban was asked to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry by Vince Gill at the third annual "All for the Hall" benefit concert which Urban organized
Paul Franklin (musician) - In July 2013, he and Vince Gill will release a collaborative album called "Bakersfield"
George Strait - On January 9, 2014, Strait initiated the second leg of the tour, which features the opening performers Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Martina McBride, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Vince Gill, Sheryl_Crow, Lee Ann Womack, Merle Haggard, Chris Young, Ronnie Dunn, Luke Bryan, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, and Asleep at the Wheel
Emmylou Harris - In 2016, Harris was honored with a tribute concert entitled "The Life & Songs of Emmylou Harris", which was later released as both a DVD and a live CD. The concert featured several of Harris's closest friends and collaborators including Rodney Crowell, Buddy Miller, Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams, Alison Krauss, Lee Ann Womack, Martina McBride, Vince Gill and Sheryl Crow
As of 2017, Gill has earned 21 Grammy Awards, more than any other male country music artist
Chris Young (singer) - On August 29, 2017, Young was invited by country legend Vince Gill to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry
According to his biography on AllMusic, Gill has won more CMA awards than any performer in history, and as at 2018 has won 21 Grammy Awards, which represents the most ever by a country artist
Mark Wills - He was invited by Vince Gill to become the 193rd member of the Grand Ole Opry on December 21, 2018 and will be inducted on January 11, 2019
He plays electric guitar as a guest musician on Aaron Lewis' song "Love Me", which appears on the 2019 album: "State I'm In"