Vince Gill is no stranger to the Grand Ole Opry stage. In a recent performance at the historic venue, he invited an up-and-coming artist up to sing one of her own songs.
During Gill’s Sept. 3 appearance, he introduced Logan Brill, who he described as a “newfound friend with a great heart.” When Brill came out, Gill stepped aside to play the role of back-up vocalist for her.
Brill released her debut country album, Walking Wires, in 2013. The young singer is adored for her soulful, refreshing and authentic voice. Her second album, Shuteye, was released in June 2015 and hit No. 37 on the Billboard US Country charts.
Watch their beautiful performance below, in which Gill has to look at the lyrics on his phone. Hey, we’re not judging him.
This isn’t Brill’s first time on the Opry stage, though. She previously made her debut with two other country icons — Merle Haggard and Dwight Yoakam.
Gill, who has recorded over 20 studio albums and sold more than 26 million, is an Opry veteran. Just a couple of months prior, he performed “The Key of Life” on stage with Charlie Worsham. Gill has been putting out new music since the ’70s. Most recently, he has released a new single titled “Me and My Girl.”