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Nov 12

Vince Gill to Receive the 2014 CRB Career Achievement Award

Vince Gill

Vince Gill photo by Tim Wright, courtesy of UMG Nashville.

Vince Gill will be honored with the 2014 CRB Career Achievement Award at the Country Radio Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Tuesday, February 18 during Country Radio Seminar in Nashville. Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell will perform a tribute to Vince in addition to presenting him with the award.

“Vince Gill is unquestionably one of the greatest artists in the country genre,” Bill Mayne, Executive Director of CRS, said. “His body of amazing work continues to evolve, and his performances inspire us all. He is a remarkable ambassador for Country music with his talents, grace, class, leadership, humility, humanity, style and wicked sense of humor. We are very proud to present Vince with this richly deserved honor.”

The CRB Career Achievement Award is presented to an artist or act that, through their creativity, vision, performance or leadership, has made a significant contribution to the development and promotion of country music and country radio. Previous winners of the CRB Career Achievement Award include Dolly Parton, Brooks & Dunn, Merle Haggard and George Strait.

The Country Radio Hall of Fame dinner and induction ceremony unofficially kicks off Country Radio Seminar each year. CRS 2014 will take place at the downtown Nashville Convention Center February 19-21, 2014. Larry Wilson, Mike Brophey, Paul Schadt and Jim Denny will be inducted into the Country Radio Hall of Fame during the event.

For information about the Country Radio Hall of Fame Dinner and Ceremony tickets, contact the Country Radio Seminar offices at 615-327-4487.


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