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Watch: Amy Grant and Vince Gill perform “Tennessee Christmas” in 1993

Watch: Amy Grant and Vince Gill perform "Tennessee Christmas" in 1993
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Christmas just wouldn’t be complete without the magical tunes of Amy Grant. Her three Christmas albums have truly made her the heart of the holiday season. And when she takes the stage for her annual Christmas tours, especially alongside her husband, Vince Gill, it becomes a must-see event.

Their love story is something out of a movie, starting back in 1993 when they first sang “House of Love” together in the studio. According to Grant, there was an instant connection, a feeling that she knew him from the moment they met. She couldn’t help but express her emotions with a heartfelt hug while he was singing, saying, “I just needed to hug you all night.”

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Gill reciprocated those feelings by writing “Whenever You Come Around,” inspired by the captivating smile he first saw on Amy Grant’s face in 1993. The song is a beautiful testament to that moment, a melody born out of genuine inspiration.

Despite their undeniable connection, it took them seven years to acknowledge their feelings for each other. They both remained faithful to their spouses during this time, but life had other plans. Eventually, in the year 2000, Vince Gill and Amy Grant tied the knot.

If you want a glimpse of their early chemistry, there’s a rare video clip from a 1993 Christmas concert in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Vince Gill joins Amy on stage to perform her popular Christmas hit, “Tennessee Christmas.” The chemistry between them is simply undeniable. Take a look and feel the magic unfold in the video below.

Amy Grant Vince Gill Tennessee Christmas Before They Were Married

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