Three of our favorite Vince Gill songs

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Vince Gill was born in Oklahoma on April 12, 1957. He would go on to be a top-selling artist on the country and popular charts. His first taste of success was in the 70s as the frontman of a band, but in 1983 he went solo. He has recorded over 20 albums, charted more than 40 singles on Billboard, and sold more than 25 million albums.

In celebration of his birthday, here are our three favorite songs.

“Look At Us”

This song is about how love can overcome any obstacle. It was released in 1991 and would reach the no. 4 spot on the country charts.

“I Still Believe In You

This was the title track to his sixth studio album. It was also his first no. 1.

“Go Rest High on that Mountain”

Released in 1995, this song would become one of Gill’s most iconic tunes. He was inspired to write this song after the death of country singer Keith Whitley in ’89. Years later in 2013, Gill would play this song a George Jones’s funeral.






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