There are several Country music superstars that have one several Grammy Awards. However, the most successful country music Grammy award winner has been Vince Gill. Singer/songwriter Vince Gill has earned 20 of his GRAMMY wins in the Country Field making him the most successful Grammy winner in the Country Music industry. Gill earned his first GRAMMY outside of the Country Field in 2017 for Best American Roots Song for writing the Time Jumpers’ “Kid Sister” tune. Vince also holds the distinction of garnering the most GRAMMYs in the 1990s (14), after winning one or more GRAMMYs in every year of the decade. Overall, Vince achieved 21 Grammy wins and 44 Grammy Award nominations.
Vincent Grant Gill was born in Norman Oklahoma on April 12, 1957 and made his debut in music with the country rock band Pure Prarie League. Gill went on to perform with bands such as Bluegrass Alliance, Cherry Bombs and The Time Jumpers before launching his lucrative solo career. His tune “If It Weren’t For Him,” a duet with Rosanne Cash from 1985’s The Things That Matter, earned the singer his first Top 10 country hit.
Gill won his first GRAMMY for 1990 for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male for “When I Call Your Name.” Enjoy two of Vince Gill’s Grammy winning songs below.
Vince Gill When I Cal Your Name
Vince Gill The Reason Why
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