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UMG Nashville Hosts 7th Annual “Team UMG at the Ryman”

Photo Credit: Peyton Hoge

Photo Credit: Peyton Hoge

Universal Music Group Nashville hosted the 7th Annual “Team UMG Live at the Ryman” luncheon yesterday afternoon with performers including Lauren Alaina, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Vince Gill, Charles Kelley, Little Big Town, Kip Moore, Kacey Musgraves, David Nail, Jon Pardi, Eric Paslay, Darius Rucker, Canaan Smith, Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban.

It is always one of our favorite events during CRS and yesterday was no exception!

You can see all of CMTT’s photo fromthe luncheon HERE.   Also, don’t miss out on this clip of Eric Paslay’s high energy performance HERE.


Vince Gill Inducted Into Guitar Center’s RockWalk

Photo Courtesy of Guitar Center

Photo Courtesy of Guitar Center

Vince Gill was inducted into Guitar Center’s legendary RockWalk over the weekend. The private ceremony took place at noon at Guitar Center’s flagship location on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, CA. The Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh on-hand to introduce Gill and reflect on his myriad accomplishments over the years.

Photo Courtesy of Guitar Center

Photo Courtesy of Guitar Center

Guitar Center’s RockWalk is dedicated to honoring those artists who have made a significant impact and lasting contribution to the growth and evolution of music. As the newest RockWalk inductee, Gill’s handprints will reside on Hollywood Boulevard alongside equally accomplished musicians and innovators such as Eric Clapton, George Martin, Jimmy Page, Iron Maiden, Carlos Santana, Johnny Cash, Van Halen, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Korn, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, B.B. King, Stevie Wonder, Run-D.M.C., Queen, Linkin Park and many others.

Vince Gill Set to Release ‘Down to My Last Habit’

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There’s a new synonym for “everywhere” and it’s “Vince Gill.”

Thanks to the excitement being generated by the Feb. 12th release of his new album—Down To My Last Bad Habit—Vince will be involving fans more intimately in more ways than ever before.

“Take Me Down,” the first single from the album, features vocal assists by Little Big Town and has already been shipped to radio. “A masterful appraisal of the volcanic force of love,” one critic calls it. Hear it at

Starting today, fans can preview the entire album on National Public Radio’s “First Listen” site at

Vince’s skills as a storyteller are legendary. A first of its kind audio-documentary, a Spotify playlist has been created to capture Vince’s engaging tales of the music business and the stars he’s worked with along the way—in three categories: Vince Gill: A Musician’s Heart, Vince Gill: The Vocalist and Vince Gill: The Creator. Listening to these inside accounts is the closest thing to being a guest in Vince’s living room. To listen, follow these Spotify links:

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

The famed Ernest Tubb Record Shop on Nashville’s Lower Broadway, the city’s live-music center and most heavily visited thoroughfare, has been transformed into a special Vince Gill pop up store. It features a giant outdoor photo of the new album cover and inside there’s a Vince Gill kiosk displaying his MCA Records catalog. The store also includes other artifacts, such as limited edition Vince Gill t-shirts, guitar picks and more. It is the only store at which CD copies of Down To My Last Bad Habit can be purchased before the release date.

The Grand Ole Opry will celebrate Vince’s 25-year membership in that hallowed institution with two Vince-headlined shows Aug. 13th.

Fans can pre-order Down To My Last Bad Habit at

Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill and Jennifer Nettles Among Country Music Stars at 2016 Honda NHL All-Star Game in Nashville

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Vince Gill, Dierks Bentley, Chris Young, Jennifer Nettles, Lee Brice and cast members from the hit TV series, NASHVILLE, were among the many performers and special guests that joined the National Hockey League in the celebration of hockey in Nashville for the 2016 Honda NHL All-Star weekend, Jan. 28-31.  The weekend concluded with the 2016 Honda NHL All-Star Game, featuring some of the biggest starts the NHL, and a country music all-star line-up of performers.

Vince Gill performed the U.S. national anthem with his daughter, Corrina Grant, “NASHVILLE” stars Lennon & Maisy performed the Canadian national anthem and Jennifer Nettles performed during the second intermission of the All-Star Game while Lee Brice performed during player introductions. Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill, Amy Grant and Chris Young served as celebrity coaches for the NHL All-Star Game. The Pacific All-Stars team, under the direction of LA Kings head coach Darryl Sutter and country music star Chris Young, defeated the Atlantic All-Stars 1-0.

On game day, Bentley, Kelsea Ballerini and the Eli Young Band gave free performances outside Bridgestone Arena as part of the 2016 NHL All-Star festivities in Nashville.


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