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In this week’s episode, Sid Evans, Editor-in-Chief of Southern Living Magazine, welcomes back Vince Gill to Biscuits & Jam. Today, Vince talks about getting his first real break from touring in almost five decades, playing to an empty audience at the Grand Ole Opry, and embarking on his first big solo tour in three years. Plus, Vince shares the stories of his stint as a vocalist with Pure Prairie League, the time Don Henley asked him to play with the Eagles, and the Grammy-winning song he wrote for his late brother, “Go Rest High on That Mountain.”For more info visit: southernliving.com/biscuitsandjamBiscuits & Jam is produced by:Sid Evans - Editor-in-Chief, Southern LivingKrissy Tiglias - GM, Southern LivingLottie Leymarie - Executive ProducerJenny Snyder - Audio Engineer/Producer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Vince Gill—a 21-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, guitarist, and honkytonk historian—talks about “Healing Hands of Time.” It’s a song Willie’s cut several times, but Vince focuses on the version from 1976’s The Sound in Your Mind, before getting into the power of an irresistible first line in a lyric, the seminal role in country music history played by Willie and his old friend Ray Price, and why writing a song that helps people through a hard time—like “Healing Hands” and Vince’s own “Go Rest High on that Mountain”—matters so much more than having a #1 hit.
Lexie Hayden, Kix Brooks, Vince Gill, & Brothers Osborne - Phil's Phavorites Part II
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The second part of the best-of episodes “Kix” off with a hilarious unreleased story from when Brooks and Dunn opened for The Rolling Stones, told by the man himself, Kix Brooks. Phil introduces one of his favorite up and coming artists in Nashville, Lexie Hayden, as she performs her single, “Relit Cigarette.” They bond over the correlation between personal growth and growth as a songwriter, and how they directly influence the other. Phil flashes back to one of his favorite performances - Brothers Osborne playing their smash hit, “It Ain’t My Fault.” Phil and Vince Gill swap hilarious and humbling never-before-heard stories, spanning from their early days as up and coming artists to modern times amidst their success. The best-of sequel closes with Phil and Kix jamming on the good ol’ blues.Performances:“Relit Cigarette” - Lexie Hayden“It Ain’t My Fault” - Brothers OsborneBlues Jam - Kix Brooks & Phil VassarTo stay up to date with Lexie Hayden, head on over to https://www.lexiehayden.com To stay up to date with Kix Brooks, head on over to https://www.kixbrooks.comTo stay up to date with Brooks And Dunn, head on over to https://www.brooks-dunn.comTo stay up to date with Brothers Osborne, head on over to https://www.brothersosborne.com To stay up to date with Vince Gill, head on over to https://www.vincegill.com More info on Songs From The Cellar & details on how to watch the TV series can be found at https://www.songsfromthecellar.comKeep up with Lexie Hayden on Social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSpotifyKeep up with Kix Brooks on Social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSpotifyKeep up with Brooks and Dunn on Social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSpotifyKeep up with Brothers Osborne on Social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSpotifyKeep up with Vince Gill on Social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSpotifyFollow Phil Vassar and Songs From The Cellar at:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSpotifyCheck out more awesome podcasts at:American Songwriter Podcast NetworkAnd go!
Legendary country music singer and songwriter Vince Gill visits with Phil in the cellar, where they share stories about their many experiences at the Grand Ole Opry. Vince shares some songwriting tips that were passed down to him, along with how his musical-playing styles directly translate to how he writes lyrics. He also shares how important it is to be authentic as an artist as you form your own sound in search of success. Gill tells a few behind-the-scenes tales about recording his hit, “When I Call Your Name,” and performs it with Phil and Jeff Smith. Vince tells them about getting the call of his dreams to play with one of the biggest rock bands of all time, the Eagles. They finish off the day together by rocking out to Gill’s classic, “Liza Jane.”Performances:“When I Call Your Name” - Vince Gill“Liza Jane” - Vince GillTo stay up to date with Vince Gill, head on over to https://www.vincegill.comMore info on Songs From The Cellar & details on how to watch the TV series can be found at https://www.songsfromthecellar.comKeep up with Vince Gill on Social media at:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSpotifyFollow Phil Vassar and Songs From The Cellar at:FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTubeSpotifyCheck out more awesome podcasts at:American Songwriter Podcast NetworkAnd go!
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