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Oct 24

Vince Gill Plans National TV Appearances In Support of New Album

Vince Gill photo courtesy of Morris Public Relations.

Vince Gill will make several national television and high-profile concert appearances over the next few weeks in support of his new album, Guitar Slinger [Deluxe Edition]. Vince will perform songs from his new album at his appearances, including the first single, “Threaten Me With Heaven.”

Read our review of Vince Gill’s Guitar Slinger »

In conjunction with the album release, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean declared week of October 10 -17 ‘Vince Gill Week’ and celebrated with  a party at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Vince will serve as Grand Marshal of Nashville’s Christmas parade scheduled for December 3.

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Vince was in the GAC studios recently to tape an episode of On The Streets which will air October 25 at 10/9 AM CT. Vince performed two songs during his visit, “Threaten Me With Heaven” and “The Old Lucky Diamond Motel.” Watch Vince perform now »

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Vince’s Guitar Slinger Schedule:

Oct. 21 (week of ) – NPR’s Mountain Stage – Check local listings
Oct. 26 – NBC’s The Today Show
Oct. 27 – Fox Business channel’s Imus In The Morning
Oct. 27 – Show at The Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in New York City
Oct. 29 – CBS-TV’s The Early Show
Nov. 9 – 45th Annual Country Music Association Awards on ABC
Nov. 10 – Taping the CMA Country Christmas on ABC (airdate TBA)
Nov. 16 – NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Nov. 16 – Show at The Troubadour in Los Angeles.
Nov. 17 – ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Nov. (airdate TBA) – GAC will premier Backstory: Vince Gill


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