The women in Tim McGraw’s life have lives of their own. But luckily for Nashville, two of them took the stage with him — albeit briefly — to take part in his Saturday night (Aug. 15) concert at Bridgestone Arena.
McGraw started his 1997 hit “It’s Your Love” alone, but mid-song, his wife Faith Hill joined him to finish it off. And they nailed it. And after a little post-duet hug, Hill curtsied a couple times for the enthusiastic crowd, then kissed McGraw before leaving the stage. All McGraw said – and all he really needed to say — was, “My wife!”
Another one of McGraw’s duets was with his oldest daughter, Gracie.
The 18-year-old has already formed a band of her own, the Band Tingo, which the website describes as “alt/rock, indie, singer/songwriter, electric. It’s a bit of all the good stuff.”
But she made time to take the stage with her dad for his “Here Tonight,” which is expected to be on his next studio album.
Judging from the videos on her band’s website, the young singer has clearly inherited the best of both Hill and McGraw vocally and musically.