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Gill announces new album

Monday, May 13, 2019 – Vince Gill announced today he would be out with his first album in three years, "Okie," on Aug. 23.

He also is releasing a new song, the ballad "Letter to Mama." Gill had a hand in writing all 12 songs on the release. "I thought this was going to be a songwriter record, not a concept album," Gill said. "It wound up being more information than I'd envisioned. A friend sent me an email saying, 'You could have only written this record after living a 60-year-plus life.' He said, 'There's no struggle in these songs, just truth and your experience.'"

Gill's last disc was "Down to My Last Bad Habit." Since then, he has toured and also spent time as a member of the Eagles.


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CD review - Guitar Slinger It's hard to believe, considering what Vince Gill has accomplished over the past three decades, but the triple threat singer-songwriter-guitar picker may be in the most creative, productive stretch of his lengthy, remarkable career. Five years after Gill's Grammy-winning 4-album 43-song box set "These Days," his latest 12-song release again finds Gill tapping every ounce of his immense talents. The title song sums up his reputation as an ax man worthy of playing Eric ...
CD review - These Days To put this release into perspective, it would take Axl Rose the better half of a century to issue the same amount of material. Fortunately, Vince Gill is about as prolific as they come these days, and this daring four-disc release only is further proof of that. Each disc is divvied up depending on his mood, with the opening "Working On A Big Chill" album being "The Rockin' Record." And this album sets things off right with the lovely mid-tempo and groovy title track. ...


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