"Gil Grand" (born January 8, 1968) is a country music singer, best known for his song "Famous First Words".
Gil was born in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.
In 1998 Gil left home and headed for Nashville, Tennessee. He would eventually sign a major US record deal with Sony Music Nashville's Monument Records. His debut album "Famous First Words" immediately gained the attention and accolades of the country music industry. He received three CCMA nominations including Male Vocalist of the Year, Album Of The Year and Wrangler Rising Star. This proved to be an impressive debut and a solid foundation for a brand new artist to build on.
With a bunch of new songs under his belt, the stage was set for the release of his second album entitled ''Burnin''. Released December of 2002 Burnin' has become virtually a "greatest hits" album. "Cry A Little", "Break It To Them Gently", "Run" and the title track all blazed their way up the charts and were mainstays on radio airwaves across the country.