Patty Loveless and Vince Gill: A Heartfelt Reunion at the Grand Ole Opry

A Night to Remember

The Grand Ole Opry was the setting for a poignant reunion between country music legends Patty Loveless and Vince Gill. On the evening of December 2, the duo delivered a soul-stirring rendition of Gill’s Grammy Award-winning song, “Go Rest High On That Mountain.” The audience, captivated by the performance, eagerly captured this heartfelt moment.

A Song with Deep Emotional Roots

“Go Rest High On That Mountain” holds a special place in Vince Gill’s heart, having been inspired by the loss of his brother and fellow musician Keith Whitley. Since its release in 1995, the song has touched many with its powerful message of solace and farewell. It has garnered significant acclaim, including two Grammy Awards and the CMA’s Song of the Year in 1996.

A Collaboration of Harmony and Strength

The original recording of the song was made unforgettable by the harmonies of Patty Loveless and Ricky Skaggs. Loveless, a frequent collaborator with Gill, has performed this song alongside him on numerous occasions, including the emotionally charged funeral of George Jones. On that day, as Gill struggled to sing through his tears, Loveless’s voice provided a steady and comforting presence, moving all who were present.

Experience the moving performance of “Go Rest High On That Mountain” by Patty Loveless and Vince Gill at the Grand Ole Opry. Watch the video below to witness their heartfelt reunion and the enduring power of this beloved song.