Facts of Vince Gill
|Full Name||Vincent Grant Gill|
|Birth Name||Vincent Grant Gill|
|Birth City||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||J. Stanley Gill|
|Father Profession||Lawyer and administrative law judge|
|Mother Name||Jerene Gill|
|Relation With||Janis Oliver (1980- 1998)|
|No Of Children||3|
|Awards||21 Grammy Award|
|Sibilings||Bob Coen (late), Gina|
|Education||Northwest Classen High School|
|Date of Birth||April 12,1957|
|Married Date||March 10,2000|
Famous as the former frontman of the country band rock band Pure Prairie League (1978- 1982), Vince Gill is an American born singer, songwriter & multi-instrumentalist. Since 1983, he is acting in a solo career that showered him with a hefty fortune.
With a professional career of over 4 decades, the 21 Grammy Award winner has released 18 studio albums & 16 compilation albums, with a sales of 26 million album worldwide.
Inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007, Gill has released many famous songs; his Billboard 100 No.1 charted singles include I Still Believe in You, One More Last Chance, One More Last Chance and Tryin' to Get Over You.
What Is Vince Gill's Net Worth In 2019?
As of October 2019, Vince Gill has an estimated net worth of $30 million. The major source of the musician is singing career through album sales & tours.
Brief Career With Band & Went Solo: Won 21 Grammys
In 1978, Gill joined the country-rock band Pure Prairie League (origin from 1965) and was the lead singer of the hit song Let Me Love You Tonight, before departing in 1982.
Later, the singer also kicked-off his solo career with the release of studio albums: The Things That Matter (1985) and The Way Back Home (1987).
Vince Gill's major music breakthrough came up after he released the 2-time RIAA Platinum album When I Call Your Name on November 14, 1989.
It earned him his first Grammy Award for the song When I Call Your Name for the 1990 Best Country Vocal Performance, Male.
Till date, the American singer has released 18 studio albums including 5-time Platinum I Still Believe in You (1992) and 4-time Platinum When Love Finds You (1994).
Well, the total album sales of Vince Gill in the United States record 26 million; the garnered him 21 Grammy Awards in total out of 41 nominations.
Moreover, Gill's compilation album Souvenirs (November 21, 1995) gained 3 Platinum certifications in the US.
His most recent solo album is Okie, released on August 23, 2019.
Has No Endorsements: Possible Earnings From Social Media
At the moment, the Don't Let Our Love Start Slippin' Away singer is yet to have any personal endorsements. But, with such huge fame, Vince Gill can command a hefty sum if he signs sponsorships.
He is an active Instagram & Twitter user with over 133K followers & 212K followers respectively, as of October 2019.
Online sources cite that Gill can sum hundreds of dollars per sponsored post.
Well, she also owns a self-titled YouTube channel that has over 185K subscribers & a total of 114.66 million. It can earn him $981 - $15.7K per year.
Lives A Simple Lifestyle: House & Cars
Despite being a millionaire, Vince Gill seems cautious about his expenses unlike of other celebrities flooding money on a highlight-making luxury.
Currently, the Country Music Hall of Fame inductee lives in his house in Brentwood, Tennessee with his second wife Amy Brant, though is yet to open up the details.
The average house price in Tennessee is $169,700 along with an insurance premium of $1,149 per year.
Well, the singer is low-key about his other assets & avoids flashy lifestyle.
For a fact, the most common cars in Tennessee are Chevy & Nissan.
Supports Many Charitable Organizations
Vince Gill is an active charity worker & has associations with many non-profit organizations like Children's Health Fund, The Stars Foundation, Children's Health Fund, Kiss For A Cause Foundation and Soles4Souls, supported by other celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, Jennifer Lopez, and Lady Gaga.
In 2009, she attended Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance & helped to raise $225,000.
Vince Gill's Age, Height, Family, Death, Wife, Brother & Children
Vince Gill was born on April 12, 1957, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to J. Stanley Gill (father), a lawyer and Jerene Gill (mother). His birth name is Vincent Grant Gill.
The singer had a half-brother Bob Coen from mother's side, who went into a coma after a car crash in 1968 & later died in 1993.
Gill attended Northwest Classen High School and graduated in 1975. Later, he joined the band Bluegrass Alliance, followed up by his music career prominence later.
He holds American nationality and is of white ethnicity.
How Old Is Vince Gill Now & His Height?
As of October 2019, Gill is 62 years old and has a height of 6 ft. 3 inches (191 cm).
Married Twice: Lives With Second Wife Amy Grant
Currently, Vince Gill lives with his second wife Amy Grant, a Christian music artist, ever since their marriage on March 10, 2000.
The duo met while performing in Christmas special in television, at that time, both Gill & Amy had troubled marital relationship.
Together, Gill & Grant shares a daughter Corrina Grant Gill, born in March 2001.
Divorced First Wife: Fathers 2 Children
Prior to Grant, Vince was in a marital relationship with Janis Oliver, an actress. The couple exchanged vows on April 12, 1980, and divorced after 18 years, on June 30, 1998.
While in a relationship, the former duo welcomed 2 children: Jennifer and Jerene Gill.
Albums Sales & Earnings
Check out the list of Vince Gill's earnings from solo albums:
|When I Call Your Name (November 14, 1989)||2-time Platinum (US)||$2.1 million|
|Pocket Full of Gold (March 5, 1991)||Certified 2-time Platinum||$2.1 million|
|I Still Believe in You (September 1, 1992)||5-time Platinum (US)||$5.3 million|
|Let There Be Peace on Earth (September 14, 1993)||2 times Platinum (US)||$2.05 million|
|When Love Finds You (June 7, 1994)||4-time Platinum||$4.2 million|
|High Lonesome Sound (May 28, 1996)||Platinum certification in US||$1.05 million|
|The Key (August 11, 1998)||Platinum in US||$1.05 million|
|Breath of Heaven: A Christmas Collection (September 8, 1998)||Platinum certification||$1 million|
|Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye (April 18, 2000)||Gold-certified by RIAA||$50,000|
|These Days (October 17, 2006)||Platinum certification (US)||$1 million|
|Guitar Slinger (October 25, 2011)||102,000 copies sold||$102,000|
|Bakersfield (July 30, 2013)||56,000 copies sold||$56,000|
|Down to My Last Bad Habit (February 12, 2016)||81,600||$76,000|
Also, see the revenue of the American singer's compilation album sales:
|The Best of Vince Gill (1989)||Platinum certification||$1 million|
|I Never Knew Lonely (March 10, 1992)||Gold Certified||$500,000|
|Souvenirs (1995)||3-time Platinum in US||$3 million|
Ever since joining the rock band Eagles in 2017, he tours with the band.