Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are heading to Showtime with the release of their concert documentary, Tim & Faith: Soul2Soul.
“Tim & Faith adore their fans and are so sorry to disappoint them,” a statement posted to the venue’s Facebook page reads.
“I’d go out there work out with him about 30 minutes and he’d be out there for eight hours,” Gilbert recalls of his days on the road with McGraw.
Items from Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s line with Lucky Brand range in price from $40-$149.
This month, we take a closer listen to Tim McGraw back catalogue and find eight gems that warrant airplay.
Tim McGraw has gotten into the habit of recording backstage covers with some of his tour openers, and this time he is sharing a jam session with Charlie Worsham as they cover Glen Campbell’s “Rhinestone Cowboy.”
Pop a mint and pucker those lips because today is International Kissing Day, y’all, and your favorite country artists love to honor the holiday all year long!
Hitting their set out of the park, Lady Antebellum ‘looked good’ as they jammed out to their country catalogue of singles.
Sunday was for all the dads out there and the celebrations weren’t lacking in terms of vintage photographs and family festivities.
Taking on the hit, “Dixieland Delight,” the four-part harmonies sounded truer than ever as their combined twang echoed down the backstage halls before the show.
Capturing the thrill of it all via social media, those in attendance showed off the sea of gold within the walls of Bridgestone and proved Nashville has become a hockey town.
The benefit concert featured performances from Shelton, Chris Lane, John Rich and more throughout the uplifting night.
Twenty years together isn’t stopping this country power couple from getting hot and heavy with one another!
“I said, ‘Hey, Tim, that was a great song tonight.’ He’s like, ‘Thank you,’ and he’s kinda like, ‘I’m going to avoid you, you might be a weirdo.’”
The first country act for TODAY’s Citi Concert Series will be Zac Brown Band on May 16.
Hint: four of the people on this list are two separate power couples!
The Preds, as Nashvillians dubbed them, will be taking on the St. Louis Blues for the first time ever in a postseason matchup.
Using their steady chemistry as the focal point of the song, Hill and McGraw channel the raw emotion into every lyric in the story of a couple at a stopping point.
The stop has been rescheduled.