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About Billy Gilman

In 2000, eleven year-old Billy Gilman took the country music industry by storm with the release of his zillion-selling single "One Voice." Like the child prodigies before him -- Brenda Lee and LeeAnn Rimes -- folks just can't get enough of a little kid singing better than most grown-ups. Throw in a star-studded line-up of guest producers/singers/songwriters and some non-denominational, ambi-political messages and you have a recipe for a mega-smash of childhood-destructive proportions.

Listen toBilly Gilmanon Rhapsody

In 2000, eleven year-old Billy Gilman took the country music industry by storm with the release of his zillion-selling single "One Voice." Like the child prodigies before him -- Brenda Lee and LeeAnn Rimes -- folks just can't get enough of a little kid singing better than most grown-ups. Throw in a star-studded line-up of guest producers/singers/songwriters and some non-denominational, ambi-political messages and you have a recipe for a mega-smash of childhood-destructive proportions.

About Billy Gilman

In 2000, eleven year-old Billy Gilman took the country music industry by storm with the release of his zillion-selling single "One Voice." Like the child prodigies before him -- Brenda Lee and LeeAnn Rimes -- folks just can't get enough of a little kid singing better than most grown-ups. Throw in a star-studded line-up of guest producers/singers/songwriters and some non-denominational, ambi-political messages and you have a recipe for a mega-smash of childhood-destructive proportions.

About Billy Gilman

In 2000, eleven year-old Billy Gilman took the country music industry by storm with the release of his zillion-selling single "One Voice." Like the child prodigies before him -- Brenda Lee and LeeAnn Rimes -- folks just can't get enough of a little kid singing better than most grown-ups. Throw in a star-studded line-up of guest producers/singers/songwriters and some non-denominational, ambi-political messages and you have a recipe for a mega-smash of childhood-destructive proportions.