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    • 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: Souvenirs
      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.

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