Gil Grand “The Grand Tour”

Gil Grand is an eight-time Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) nominee and CCMA “Male Vocalist of the Year” and “Record Producer of the Year” winner. His debut album on Sony Records’ Monument imprint, Famous First Words, produced a No. 1 single along with several top 10s, gaining Grand the momentum to release two more award-winning projects.

Grand moved back to Nashville from Canada in 2007 and shortly thereafter, his co-owned music publishing company, Grand & Gee Music, took home SESAC’s “Song of the Year” award for his participation as a publisher on Chris Young’s No. 1 hit “Tomorrow” and a GRAMMY® for “God And My Girlfriends” recorded by Reba. 

Grand lives near Nashville with his family. He loves to perform classic country music and never passes up an opportunity to go fishing on either side of the border.