Vince's album's were released as follows:
1984: Turn Me Loose
1985: Things That Matter
1987: The Way Back Home
1989: The Best of Vince Gill
1990: When I Call Your Name
1991: Pocket Full of Gold
1992: I Never Knew Lonely
1993: I Still Believe in You
1993: Let There Be Peace on Earth
1994: Vince Gill and Friends
1995: When Love Finds You
1995: The Essential Vince Gill
1995: Super Hits
1996: High Lonesome Sound
1997: Vintage Gill
1998: The Key
1998: Breath of Heaven: A Christmas Collection
2000: Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye
2003: Next Big Thing
2003: All American Country
2003: Platinum and Gold Collection
2006: These Days
2006: Christmas Collection
2007: 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection
Vince won the CMA Award for single of the year in 1990, with the song, When I Call Your Name. Patty Loveless sang backup.
The Heart Won't Lie was a duet he did with Reba McEntire; it went #1 in 1993.
I Still Believe in You was Vince's first # 1 song.
Vince won the CMA award for 'Male vocalist of the year' in 1991 and 1992. In 1993 he won the CMA award for 'Entertainer of the year'.
Vince married country singer Janis Oliver of Sweethearts in 1980. The couple have one daughter, Jennifer Jerene Gill, born May 5, 1982. Vince and Janis separated in the mid-1990s and eventually divorced in June 1998. Vince then married Christian/pop singer Amy Grant in March 2000. They have one daughter, Corrina Grant Gill, born March 12, 2001.
Vince went solo in 1983.
Vince moved to Louisville in 1975.
Vince worked with Mountain Smoke while he was still in school.
Vince was the vocalist/lead guitarist for his own band at age 15.
Vince was a guitarist at age 10.
Vince was a member of Pure Praire League from 1979-1983.
Vince: I formally proposed. I'm a good Southern gentleman.
Vince: I do not like being famous. I like being normal.
Vince: I am not struggling. What I do, it is what I do.
Vince: But you know the thing that I thing oftentimes gets ignored and neglected is there was 10 or 12 years of life before I met Amy and before she met me, where you know, whatever happened was probably going to happen some day.