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Vince Gill is an award-winning country musician known for such hits as 'What the Cowgirls Do' and 'Whenever You Come Around.'
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After several years, Gill officially joined the group The Time Jumpers in 2010, with whom he regularly performs.
To date, Gill hold the notable distinction being the only person to have won five consecutive (from 1991-'95) Country Music Association Awards for best male vocalist, in addition to tying with George Strait for the most wins in that category. In August 2007, Gill was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame by the Country Music Association. Additionally, he has received 20 Grammy Awards, more than any other male country artist.
Outside of his prolific music career, Gill has been recognized for his community involvement and participation in charity events, such as the annual Vince Gill Celebrity Basketball Game and the Vinny Pro-Celebrity Golf Invitational.
Gill and Oliver divorced in 1998, ending their 16-year marriage. In March 2000, Gill married Christian pop singer Amy Grant. The couple's first child together (Grant has three children from a previous marriage), a girl named Corrina, was born the following year.
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