Written by Vince Gill and John Jarvis
Produced by Tony Brown
Born Oklahoma 1957
Inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007
Vince Gill spent years as an in-demand sideman and session player before scoring his first major hit as a solo act with “When I Call Your Name” (1990). His tenor voice, ace songwriting skills, and instrumental virtuosity earned him a roomful of Grammy, CMA, and other industry awards. Quick-witted and easy-going, Gill hosted the CMA Awards from 1992 to 2003.