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|Jul 30||Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman||Ryman Auditorium Nashville, Tennessee||Find Tickets|
|Aug 8||Vince Gill||War Memorial Field Sandpoint, Idaho||Find Tickets|
|Aug 21||An evening with Vince Gill||Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park Grand Rapids, Michigan||Find Tickets|
|Aug 22||Vince Gill||Fox Cities Performing Arts Center Appleton, Wisconsin||Find Tickets|
|Aug 27||Vince Gill||Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater Tucson, Arizona||Find Tickets|
|Aug 28||Vince Gill||Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Las Vegas, Nevada||Find Tickets|
|Aug 29||Vince Gill||Grand Sierra Resort and Casino Reno, Nevada||Find Tickets|
|Aug 30||Vince Gill||Britt Festivals Gardens And Amphitheater Medford, Oregon||Find Tickets|
|Sep 1||Vince Gill||LB Day Amphitheatre Salem, Oregon||Find Tickets|
|Sep 4||Vince Gill||Evergreen State Fairgrounds Monroe, Washington||Find Tickets|
|Sep 25||Vince Gill||Beau Rivage Resort & Casino Biloxi, Mississippi||Find Tickets|
|Sep 26||Vince Gill||Gold Strike Casino Resort Tunica, Mississippi||Find Tickets|
|Nov 17||Vince Gill||Bass Performance Hall Fort Worth, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Dec 2||Christmas at the Ryman: With Amy Grant & Vince Gill||Ryman Auditorium Nashville, Tennessee||Find Tickets|
|Dec 3||Christmas at the Ryman: With Amy Grant & Vince Gill||Ryman Auditorium Nashville, Tennessee||Find Tickets|
Country music star Vince Gill has proven throughout his career that he can play nice with others. Gill's brief tenure as lead singer of Pure Prairie League produced the hit single "Let Me Love You Tonight", as well as some of the group's biggest tour dates. His collaborations with other hit artists have won countless awards, including Grammys for his work with Randy Scruggs, Rosanne Cash, and Chet Atkins. While Vince Gill has proven his talent with teamwork, it's his illustrious solo career that will soon be honored at his 20th Anniversary celebration at the Grand Ole Opry this year. It's also the work that his fans are lining up to see on Gill's 20th Anniversary, 2011 tour dates this summer/fall.
Vincent Gill learned how to play the guitar, banjo, bass, mandolin, dobro, and fiddle as a child and joined many bluegrass bands as a teen. Major exposure for Gill came when he was invited to replace George Powell as lead singer for Pure Prairie League. He recorded three hit albums with the band until they lost their record contract in 1982 and Gill decided to leave and pursue a solo career. Gill scored big in 1989 with When I Call Your Name, which featured a hit duet with Reba McEntire on "Oklahoma Swing" and a Grammy Award for the album's title track. Gill continued to release hugely successful albums, including the chart-topping The Key in 1998, which was followed by a hit duet with Barbara Streisand called "If You Ever Leave Me." Gill's many achievements over the years were finally honored in 2005 when he was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Fans are ecstatic over the country legend's upcoming US tour dates in 2011, which include his anniversary celebration at the Grand Old Opry, appearances a numerous fairs and casinos, and a brief 12 Days of Christmas Tour at the end of the year. For all the details on Vince Gill's many 2011 tour dates, be sure to check Eventful.
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