As a country rock band Pure Prairie League member, Vince Gill first appeared on the music scene in 1979. At the time, it was assumed he would succeed. His performances are one-of-a-kind, and he always gets the crowds riled up with his explosive vocals.
With more than 20 albums to his credit, Gill has captured the hearts of fans nationwide. This excellent performer, a devoted Christian, has recently added more gospel music to his performances, and the audience seems to like it.
A concert to remember was about to begin, so the crowd was thrilled to see him perform on the Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville, Tennessee.
But he was told by his superiors not to sing songs of religion, not to mention Jesus.
Gill had the option to step onto that platform and follow instructions, but instead, he trusted his gut and pulled off an incredible feat that had everyone on their feet.
Soon, the room was filled with the “Why Me Lord” song’s rousing and moving music and lyrics. Kris Kristofferson first performed and recorded the song in 1972, and Gill’s vocal prowess significantly improved.
Standing ovations followed by a quick rise in online popularity for the performance’s video.
We all congratulate Gill on his commitment to his principles and give him our gratitude for the beautiful music he has given the world over the years.