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Go Rest High on That Mountain

Music by Vince Gill

Originally Performed by Vince Gill

Go Rest High on That Mountain" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Vince Gill. It was released in August 1995 as the sixth single from his album When Love Finds You. It is a eulogic ballad. Gill began writing the song following the death of country music superstar Keith Whitley, who died in 1989. Gill did not finish the song until a few years later following the death of his older brother Bob, in 1993, of a heart attack. Ricky Skaggs and Patty Loveless both sang background vocals on the record.

The song won the CMA's Song of the Year award in 1996[1] and a BMI Most-Performed Song award in 1997.[2] It also received two Grammy Awards for Best Male Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song in the 38th Grammy Awards.[3] The single reached No. 14 on the Country Singles chart in 1995. It has sold 648,000 digital copies in the US since becoming available for download.

    Release Date: 1995


Home Free : Dive Bar Saints : 00  1 CD : 798576641429 : HOFR1008.2

Home Free : Dive Bar Saintsnew

The album features 12 tracks, 10 of which are original songs. The two covers include Vince Gill's 1994 hit "Go Rest High on That Mountain" and John Denver's 1971 classic "Take Me Home, Country Roads." The original music features band members Austin Brown (high tenor) and Tim Foust (bass) as co-writers on several songs. "We've been waiting for a special time to release an album like Dive Bar Saints," Foust shares. "With a couple of us being able to write on it and release it on our own label - we're so proud of this record."2019 EP release features the group's trademark reworkings of some of pop culture's best loved bar-themed songs of the last few decades, including "Take Me Home Tonight" made famous by the late Eddie Money, "Tennessee Whiskey," recently covered by Chris Stapleton, Dan + Shay's "Tequila," and Smash Mouth's "All Star."

Songlist: Remember This, Leave This Town, Dive Bar Saints, Catch Me If You Can, Lonely Girl's World, Cross That Bridge, Dreamer, What's the World Coming To?, Go Rest High on That Mountain, Why Not, Love Me Like That, Take Me Home, Country Roads

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4028c | 1 CD | $9.95


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Go Rest High on That Mountain : SATB : Jon Nicholas : Vince Gill :  1 CD : 211356

Jon Nicholas : Go Rest High on That Mountain

This classic country ballad, written and originally recorded by country music artist Vince Gill, sets a tender, spiritual tone. The verses are soft and contemplative, while the chorus soars and inspires.

Arranger: Jon Nicholas | Composer: Vince Gill

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Voicing: SATB | Sheet Music | $3.50 | A Cappella |
211356


Go Rest High on That Mountain : TTBB : Jon Nicholas : Vince Gill : Sheet Music : 00218588 : 812817021174

Jon Nicholas : Go Rest High on That Mountain

This classic country ballad, written and originally recorded by country music artist Vince Gill, sets a tender, spiritual tone. The verses are soft and contemplative, while the chorus soars and inspires.

Arranger: Jon Nicholas | Composer: Vince Gill

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Voicing: TTBB | Sheet Music | $3.20 | A Cappella |
00218588

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