GILL WON'T HOST CMAS

After hosting the annual CMA Awards for over a decade, Vince Gill is going on hiatus. "I'm forever grateful for the opportunity to represent this industry and have taken great pride in hosting the CMA Awards for the past 12 years," says Vince. "I've always been one to trust my gut, and my gut tells me it is time for a change for everyone. In the future, I will be more than willing to accept that role again, but right now it feels like I need a little break." Vince added with his trademark sense of humor, "In the words of the new California governor, I'll be back."

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