Vince Gill, Sting to Film CMT Crossroads

Show slated for a November premiere.

Sting by Norman Jean Roy / CMT; Vince by Jim Wright / CMT

After a five-year absence, CMT is bringing the acclaimed show CMT Crossroads back to New York.

Legendary singer/songwriter Vince Gill is set to team up with rock legend Sting for a new episode. The Vince/Sting collaboration will be filmed at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.

Several high-profile CMT Crossroads collaborations have also taken place in NYC, including Lucinda Williams and Elvis Costello, Sugarland and Jon Bon Jovi (also filmed at the Hammerstein Ballroom), Bonnie Raitt with Lyle Lovett, and Steve Earle and Rosanne Cash in 2006.

The Vince and Sting collaboration is slated to premiere in November.

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