In celebration of the release of his latest album, Down To My Last Bad Habit, MCA Nashville country star Vince Gill performed a free show last Friday on the official release date, February 12. The performance was held at the famed Ernest Tubb Record Shop in downtown Nashville which for the past few weeks has been transformed into a special Vince Gill pop up store. Gill performed several songs from Down To My Last Bad Habit as well as classic fan favorites like “Go Rest High On That Mountain” to the over-capacity crowd.
Vince has played, sung and/or written songs on more than 500 albums by other artists. And he’s produced projects beyond these. So what could be more natural—or delightful—than a diversion called “Six Degrees Of Vince Gill”? Fans can enter any musician’s name to discover the degrees of separation the musical figure has from Vince. Want to know the number of degrees between Vince and, say, Adele? It’s two. Check it out for yourself at 6degreesofvincegill.com.