For country veteran Vince Gill, there’s no place like home — especially for his new album, “Guitar Slinger.”
Gill recorded the set, his first new release in five years, at the studio he built in the Nashville home he shares with his wife, fellow artist Amy Grant, and their children. But, Gill says, home and studio became interchangeable terms during the sessions.
“It was just a great environment,” says Gill, 54, who also guests on Alice Cooper’s upcoming “Welcome 2 My Nightmare.”
“When things come from home, they just feel different. I’m in there barefoot most of the time, maybe in a pair of gym shorts. I don’t have to doll up and leave town, so to speak. You walk down the hall and there’s the kitchen and Amy’s in there knockin’ up some brownie or making some cookies or whatever the heck. ...