Vince Gill’s new 4-CD project, These Days, is being embraced by the media in a big way, with cheers rising up from the major television, magazine, newspaper, radio and internet enclaves.
“I don’t know of another artist in the business today who is even capable of writing and recording 43 brand new songs in a relatively short amount of time,” comments Luke Lewis, Co-Chairman, UMG Nashville. “These Days is an astonishing example of the genius in Vince Gill.”
These Days, set for release October 17, 2006, is a 43-song treasury of brand new Gill compositions embracing country, bluegrass, pop, rock and jazz stylings and featuring guest vocals by Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt, Diana Krall, Phil Everly, Gretchen Wilson, Amy Grant, Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Trisha Yearwood, the Del McCoury Band, Patty Loveless, John Anderson, Lee Ann Womack, Rodney Crowell, Guy Clark and Jenny Gill, among others. Entertainment Weekly picked the album as one of its Top 25 for the fall – among all genres. It was also spotlighted among the best on CBS Sunday Morning and in USA Today‘s “Fall Music Preview.” This coming weekend (October 14-15) feature articles on Gill and his adventurous new project will run in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times.
During the week of the album’s release, Gill will be in New York for appearances on NBC’s Today Show, MSNBC’s Imus On MSNBC and The Martha Stewart Show. He and Krauss will perform “The Reason Why,” the first single from the new album on CMT‚Äôs Cross Country when it airs October 27.
The current issue of Ladies Home Journal sports an eight-page article on Gill and wife and fellow star Amy Grant’s home life. Gill and Grant are the first celebrity couple to participate in LHJ “At Home” feature, on newsstands now.
Internet browsers can catch Gill on Clear Channel’s Stripped and on CBS Radio Street Date program delivered by AT&T Blue Room on October 17.
Don’t miss your chance to check out Vince Gill’s new 4-CD album These Days, featuring the hit The Reason Why, at Vince Gill These Days Night at participating nightclubs across the country. across the country October 19-29.
source: MCA Records/AAPR/Morris Public Relations
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