Oct 24, 2011 12:00 PM by Joe Bevans
NASHVILLE (AP) - Some of the title track off Vince Gill's new album "Guitar Slinger" clearly is his personal story told in a rocking four minutes and three seconds. Gill is one of the top guitar slingers in Nashville and beyond. In the song, he sings that he walks the line since marrying a contemporary Christian singer. In a later verse, he sings there are "a few licks left in this guitar slinger even though half of my stuff's in the Cumberland River." That, of course, is about last year's Nashville flood with waters that flowed into a music storage facility and ruined all kinds of equipment. "Guitar Slinger" is available today.