“ALL FOR THE HALL” COMES BACK TO LOS ANGELES

“All for the Hall” Comes Back to Los Angeles With Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris and More – Concert ReviewTuesday night, March 4th, music lovers from across the board packed Club Nokia in Downtown Los Angeles for a long standing country music tradition…a guitar pull. This wasn’t just any guitar pull however, it was one led…

CONCERT REVIEW: ALL FOR THE HALL (LOS ANGELES)

ALL FOR THE HALL -By Valerie Milano ALL FOR THE HALL – Country Meets Rock & Roll By Valerie Milano Los Angeles, California (Hollywood Today) 3/4/2014 – “Nashville is this amazing town, with this great songwriting community, and it also has this incredible museum,” said Rita Wilson, the host for the night. via Hollywoodtoday

VINCE PERFORMS FOR ‘ALL FOR THE HALL’ IN LOS ANGELES

Heart, Jason Mraz give their All for the Hall in L.A.What a treat these All for the Hall shows continue to be, and how fortunate for fans of the format that the series has returned to Los Angeles, where it began at the site of Tuesday night’s event, Club Nokia, after three years in New…

AUSTIN SMILES BENEFIT CONCERT FEATURING VINCE GILL A SUCCESS

Austin Smiles Benefit Concert featuring Vince Gill a successLocal non-for-profit organization, Austin Smiles, hosted the Austin Smiles Benefit Concert which featured Vince Gill at Austin Music Hall on February 28th, 2014. Vince Gill’s passion for charity and Austin Smiles was a huge success and an unforgettable night for all guests lucky to be in attendance….

COUNTRY RADIO BROADCASTERS LAUD VINCE GILL WITH CAREER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

CMT NewsIt was a humble rather than the usual wise-cracking Vince Gill who accepted a career-achievement award from Country Radio Broadcasters Tuesday evening (Feb. 18) at the Nashville Convention Center. The occasion was the annual banquet to honor new inductees into the Country Radio Hall of Fame. via Cmt

VINCE GILL, JOSH TURNER HIGHLIGHT RYMAN SHOWCASE

Vince Gill, Josh Turner Highlight Ryman ShowcaseFrom Little Big Town to Luke Bryan, Universal Music Group’s lunchtime showcase at the Ryman Auditorium gave attendees more than two hours of entertainment from 17 different acts this afternoon (Feb. 19). The event at the historic Ryman in Nashville was part of Country Radio Seminar week. via Countryweekly