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Vince Gill and the Time Jumpers – Live Performance by Grammy-Nominated Country Act

GSTV’s exclusive video of the Grammy-nominated western swing outfit

 

By Alex Baker

 

2012 was a good year for the Time Jumpers. They added iconic 30-year country music veteran Vince Gill to their ranks and released their long-awaited debut album, The Time Jumpers.

 

That album launched the band into the country charts and garnered the long-serving western swing jam band that was started by a group of studio musicians back in 1998, a Grammy nomination… Read More

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Great Venues: The Station Inn – Nashville – “The Time Jumpers” with Vince Gill

The Staion Inn is a really special place, a true bit of Americana, the REAL DEAL, and no better place to catch authentic country, roots, and bluegrass music.

Guitar Shop TV was lucky enough to be there on a Monday night in July to catch The Time Jumpers LIVE. The Time Jumpers are a group of the “best of the best’ Nashville studio musicians that get together to perform at this intimate venue every Monday night when they’re not touring to play some of the finest country… Read More

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Nashville Players: Brent Mason (with Vince Gill)

The acclaimed session guitarist Brent Mason is one of the most recorded six-stringers of all time. Proof of his ubiquity: Mason’s been named Guitarist of the Year by the Academy of Country Music a staggering 12 times, he’s a two-time winner of the CMA Musician of the Year award, and—really raising the bar on the heights a studio musician can reach—he earned his own signature model guitar. Gibson debuted its Valley Arts signature Brent Mason guitar in 2003. The best-selling guitar is a replica of Mason’s… Read More

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Nashville Players: Vince Gill, Eric Clapton, Sheryl Crow & Friends – 2009 Crossroads Guitar Festival – “Tulsa Time”

Sure, he’s a famous country frontman now, but Vince Gill got his start as a backing guitarist for Ricky Skaggs and Rodney Crowell. Gill became renowned in his own right during the 1970s as frontman for country rock band Pure Prairie League and then as a solo artist beginning in 1983 (the same year that the Norman, Oklahoma native moved to Nashville). These days, the 54-year-old has sold upwards of 22 million albums and has 18 CMA Awards and 20 Grammy Awards to his name. This… Read More

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