MCA Nashville artist Vince Gill is celebrating his 25th year as a member of the Grand Ole Opry with the release of a limited edition vinyl version of his newest album, Down To My Last Bad Habit. The project features collaborations with Little Big Town, Cam, and Chris Botti.
The limited edition product features a new cover designed by Hatch Show Print, the legendary printer of show business posters that is now part of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
“No one appreciates the virtues of digital recording more than I do,” Gill says. “But there’s something magical about the sound and feel of vinyl that a whole new generation is discovering. It’s something that’s yours, something you can share with friends. Listening to those well-worn vinyl albums in my family’s collection—and reading all that wonderful ‘insider’ information on the back—inspired me in ways that nothing else could.”
Inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on Aug. 10, 1991, Vince is also a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, as well as a 20-time Grammy winner. He will be the featured performer at the Grand Ole Opry on Aug. 13.
Fans can pre-order autographed copies of the Down To My Last Bad Habit package—which includes a T-Shirt illustrated with a photo of one of Vince’s favorite guitars—by visiting vincegill.com. Orders will arrive on or around July 15. After that date, only the album will be available at retail that carries vinyl.
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