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These are our Top 10 stories of 2021. Happy New Year!

Alan Jackson, Vince Gill and More Part of National Memorial Day Concert on PBS

 Alan Jackson and Vince Gill are just two of the artists who will perform for the 2021 National Memorial Day Concert, airing on PBS. The country stars will be joined by rising star Mickey Guyton, as well as Sara Bareilles, Denyce Graves, Gladys Knight, The Four Tops, The National Symphony Orchestra, actors Steve Buscemi and Mary McCormack, among others….

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Amy Grant Gets Emotional Discussing Vince Gill’s ‘When My Amy Prays’

Vince Gill just earned his 22nd Grammy Award, this time for Best Country Solo Performance, for his song, “When My Amy Prays,” written about the faith of his wife, Amy Grant. While Grant loves the entire song, there’s one line that especially makes her emotional. “I’ve never said this, but it’s the thing that kind of puts a lump…

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Miranda Lambert, Dan + Shay and More React to 2021 Grammy Awards Wins

The 2021 Grammy Awards took place on Sunday, March 14, and resulted in several country artists walking away with brand-new trophies, including Miranda Lambert, who won the award for Best Country Album, for Wildcard. “We are such a family in country music, so I feel like holding this right now, I’m holding this for all of us,” Lambert said…

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Vince Gill, Maren Morris and More Speak Out on Need for Diversity in Country Music

Country music was quick to react after Morgan Wallen issued a racial slur earlier this month. Country radio dropped him, his label suspended his contract, the ACM Awards removed him from the list of potential nominees, and many were quick to denounce his actions. But according to several country music artists, there is still more — much more —…

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Vince Gill Calls the Day of Amy Grant’s Heart Surgery the ‘Worst Day’ of His Life

When Amy Grant found out she had to have heart surgery, due to a congenital defect, she faced the news with quiet calmness, but her husband, Vince Gill, didn’t have the same reaction. The Grand Ole Opry member admits he was terrified of her surgery, especially after he dropped her off at the Nashville hospital and was then sent…

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Vince Gill and Amy Grant Announce 2021 Return for ‘Christmas at the Ryman’

Vince Gill and Amy Grant will not perform their annual Christmas at the Ryman residency this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic, but they are already making plans for 2021. The 12-show residency will begin on Monday, December 13 and run through Wednesday, December 22, with afternoon matinees offered for shows on December 18 through December 22. “None of…

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Collin Raye Calls Singing With Vince Gill on ‘SCARS’ a ‘Full-Circle Moment’

Collin Raye‘s long-awaited album, SCARS, is finally out. The ambitious 14-track record includes not only a duet with Miranda Lambert, on the title track, but one with Vince Gill as well. The two stunning vocalists join their talents on “Rodeo Girl,” a song Collin wrote with Pat McLaughlin and his producer, David Ferguson, and remains one of the highlights…

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The Swon Brothers Share Details on New ‘Nashlahoma’ Album, Including Vince Gill Duet [EXCLUSIVE]

New music is almost here from The Swon Brothers! The duo, made up of siblings Zach and Colton Swon, will release Nashlahoma on Friday, November 20, marking their first full-length record in six years, but it was definitely worth the wait. The 12-track record was not only produced by The Swon Brothers, but includes a list of hit songwriters…

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Collin Raye Announces Release of ‘SCARS,’ Featuring Miranda Lambert, Vince Gill

We now know when Collin Raye‘s SCARS album will be released! The 14-track record, which includes duets with both Miranda Lambert and Vince Gill, will be released on November 20, on BFD / Audium Nashville. SCARS, which is the record Collin says he “dreamed of making” for his entire career, also pays homage to Collin’s brother, Scotty Wray, who…

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Keith Urban, Brad Paisley and More Team Up for Nashville Zoo Fundraiser

The Nashville Zoo has faced huge financial losses as a result of COVID-19, but now several country artists are stepping up to help. Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill and Amy Grant will take part in a virtual fundraiser, From Nashville Zoo with Love. The event, held on October 8 on WKRN, will be hosted by WKRN‘s…

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