Vince Gill

The 500 Greatest Songs of the 1990s – 50 to 41

By Steve Crawford | November 25, 2020

All I wanted to do was grieve for him and celebrate his life.

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By Alyson Camus | November 24, 2020

Fiona should have been nominated for Album of the Year

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By Alyson Camus | September 15, 2019

Kamasi Washington plays on Thursday & Friday

Country Music History – Essential Releases of 1990, Part II

By Steve Crawford | March 7, 2017

Vince Gill dances and then gets sad. Everybody else dies

Vince Gill Plus Carrie, Brad And Emmylou All For The Hall Coming To Best Buy In October

By Iman Lababedi | August 19, 2015

I’ve been waiting to se Vince Gill for years now, I’ve already seen his wife Amy Grant and was pleasantly surprised. But the Carnegie Hall gig October 24th is a late nighter so, meh, right? And this one is like the country songwriters round robin and I figure very expensive so I probably can’t afford it.

Vince Gill To Play Carnegie Hall October 24th, 2015… But Before you Get Too Excited

By Iman Lababedi | January 31, 2015

This is part of the Rosanne cash Perspective series and it is his country swing out The Time Jumpers, who re fine, but they aren’t what I want plus, inanely I might add, it is a late night show. Who wants a late night at Carnegie Hall? Will I go? Even after the Alan Jackson snoozer (here)?

The A+ List: May 21st, 2014

By Iman Lababedi | May 21, 2014

Heaps Of Sheep – Robert Wyatt – Perhaps his single most accessible song to date, finds the paraplegic dreaming that he is wandering on the seashore. Insomniac Robert’s goose was cooked till finally the freedom of dreams lets him walk again.

10 Songs, Tuesday, May 18th, 2014

By Iman Lababedi | March 18, 2014

Rock With You – Ledesi – Hot and soulful, Ledesi may well be an everywoman making a sound we hear all day long, but she sings to the beat like nobodies business and references Dione warwick so you gotta think she ain’t afriad of comparisons – B+

The 25 Greatest Country Songs of the 90s

By Steve Crawford | November 7, 2013

As rap and grunge music became more popular in the early ‘90s, a large white audience shifted away from Top 40 and contemporary rock music toward country radio. Nobody benefited more from this than Garth Brooks. As the decade went on, hit machines like Faith Hill and Shania Twain sounded more like pop stars than traditional Nashville acts