Vince Gill was the guest on NPR’s ‘Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me’ over the weekend to discuss everything from why he’s drawn to the sad side of country music to hosting the CMA Awards in the 90s. Laughter flowed and Vince expressed some concern when asked to play a game called “Bwahahahahahaha” in which he answered 3 questions about horror film actor Vincent Price. “I am not the brightest guy,” Vince said. “My junior year in high school was the hardest three years of my life.”
The show’s host, Peter Sagal, spent time before the show getting himself acquainted with Vince’s music. He told Vince he “ended up feeling much more godly, patriotic and sad.” With songs like “Go Rest High On That Mountain” and “Tryin’ To Get Over You,” Vince is certainly known for recording tear jerkers.