Vince Gill led a collection of country and rock stars in a special benefit for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum that took place in New York on Tuesday night. The All for the Hall concert included Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Jason Aldean and Ashley Monroe, along with Gregg Allman and Train frontman Pat Monohan. With Vince Gill as ringmaster, the artists engaged in a good old-fashioned "guitar pull," with the performers trading songs back and forth. Vince started things off with his 1994 hit "Whenever You Come Around," which he confessed was inspired by wife Amy Grant's smile long before they got together. Allman then brought the room to tears with a ballad called, "These Days," which had an exasperated Jason Aldean wondering, "I've got to follow that?!" His words ended up becoming the running joke of the night. Read more here.