LEANN RIMES, ‘WHEN I CALL YOUR NAME’ — EXCLUSIVE SONG PREMIERE

Listen – The Boot Vince Talks Producing “When I Call Your Name” Why We Love It: On her new album, ‘Lady and Gentlemen,’ LeAnn pays tribute to some of the country legends who influenced her career, putting her own spin on their classic tunes. A standout track on the project, due in stores Sept. 27,…

VINCE GILL AND STING TEAM UP FOR “ULTIMATE” CMT CROSSROADS

By Allen Morridon – American Songwriter “You people are either very lucky or very hooked up.” Bill Flanagan, the television executive and music critic, was warming up an invitation-only crowd at the Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan Tuesday night for a taping of the latest episode of CMT Crossroads. “This is the hottest ticket in New…

THREE CHORDS AND THE TRUTH

Sue Guynn – Federick News Post Vince Gill headlines the grandstand entertainment at The Great Frederick Fair on Saturday. He will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $47 reserved grandstand seating and $52 reserved track seating. He called me from a hotel room in Morgantown, W.Va., on a rainy day. Coincidentally, it was…

CMT RADIO LIVE TOUR KICKS OFF WITH WJVC AND VINCE GILL

CMT RADIO LIVE WITH CODY ALAN is heading out on the road again this FALL with the second annual CMT RADIO LIVE WITH CODY ALAN ON TOUR, visiting affiliate markets around the country. In each selected market, ALAN will broadcast live and host a concert for fans featuring a Country artist. The tour, in partnership…

STING AND VINCE GILL JOKE ABOUT BEING “THE SELF RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS”

Jim Bessman Country star Vince Gill and rock star Sting teamed up at the Hammerstein Ballroom last night to help CMT Crossroads celebrate its 10th anniversary in a big way. It was the first New York taping in five years for the cable country video network’s program, which teams country artists with those of other…

CD REVIEW: VINCE GILL – “GUITAR SLINGER”

Premiere Guitar Vince Gill might be the best guitar player out there who gets left out of “best guitarist” conversations. This despite his turning down a gig in Dire Straits, earning five Grammys for instrumentals (out of his 20 total), and being versatile enough to play alongside guys like Chet Atkins, Eric Clapton, and Joe…