You Tweeted your questions. We put them all in a box, cornered exuberant rockers [The All-American Rejects](http://www.rhapsody.com/goto?rcid=art.55821) in what looks like a restaurant kitchen or something, and got 'em to answer, at random, on camera. Here, they discuss tattoos, first jobs, childhood cartoons, mud cigarettes, artists who inspire them (from [Vince Gill](http://www.rhapsody.com/goto?rcid=art.59784) to [Queen](http://www.rhapsody.com/goto?rcid=art.69088)), how cool it is to be a little kid pretending to fall into the Grand Canyon, and much more. Enjoy.
A former singer for the Country Rock band Pure Prairie League, Vince Gill found success as a solo artist with his 1983 solo debut Turn Me Loose. From this album, Gill's first single "Victim of Life's Circumstances" broke Top-40 and he's been on an uphill hayride ever since. Gill's Country Rock upbringing sometimes makes its way into his traditional-tinged Country Pop, and his latest recordings are saturated with the kind of passion you just can't fake. Gill's buttery vocals bring his sweeping ballads to life in a way that lets you know he's a man in love.