A down-home Oklahoma native with a golden tenor and a magic touch on guitar, Vince Gill had been knocking on country music’s door for about a decade. Finally in 1990, with “When I Call Your Name,” the gates opened wide. He’d had some radio success in the ‘80s, but this lonely, elegant ballad truly set the tone for his career on MCA, becoming his first of 23 Top 10 hits for the label.
With Tony Brown producing and Patty Loveless harmonizing, who wouldn’t take this call? Enjoy this classic video.