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Published on Feb 9, 2013
Elizabeth South was blessed to be able to sing & record this song she co-wrote called "I Love You," in a duet with 20 time Country Music Star Grammy winner, Vince Gill! Watch the video until the last clip for a "classic" Vince Gill reaction! Visit http://elizabethsouth.com/ to purchase this song that is now on both Elizabeth South's new Country album called "Dream With Me' and the "I Love You" album.
This Music Video was in rotation on the national TV network The Country Network. It had its 1st Premiere on Friday, JUNE 7th 2013 (Elizabeth's Birthday)! Elizabeth South was also Interviewed on Zuus/The Country Network "Inside Music Row." The Country Network plays on many Cable T.V. stations Nationwide. You can visit them ONLINE at: http://tcncountry.net
Elizabeth co-wrote this song with her producer, Billy Smiley. They sent the song to Vince Gill because Elizabeth was a fan of his music, he liked the song, and was kind enough to say he would be glad to sing the duet part on it. Elizabeth also asked him if she could grab a camera and film the two of them singing it together and he agreed! That clip was placed in this music video. Read the Full News Article Story here: http://blogs.newsobserver.com/beat/el... or Watch her story on ABC11 WTVD news at: http://youtu.be/95ssOPZJL4g
Country Music Star, Vince Gill, is a 20 grammy award winner (the most of any male country artist to date) and was inducted into the country music hall of fame as well as recently received a star on the walk of fame in Hollywood - he is a true icon in country music history as well as an amazing singer/songwriter/guitar player: http://vincegill.com Vince Gill is married to Christian singer/songwriter Amy Grant. He very recently released a song called "Don't Rush" with Kelly Clarkson and performed with her on the CMA awards 2012: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwgY4... He has sung with numerous artists over the years such as Carrie Underwood, Barbra Streisand, Alison Krauss, Reba McEntire, Sting, Amy Grant, etc.