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Faith & Tim Cancel a Tour Stop

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill were forced to cancel their Soul2Soul Tour stop at the Verizon Arena in North Little Rock, Arkansas for August 3rd.

According to Verizon’ Arena’s Facebook page, Faith has been put on two days of vocal rest. The Soul2Soul Tour will resume in Nashville on Friday, Aug. 4th.

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Country Stars Take Over New York

Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Dan+Shay, Lori McKenna and songwriter Shane McAnally hit the red carpet in New York on February 28th for the world premiere of “The Shack.”

The movie, based on the New York Times best-selling book, stars Sam Worthington, Octavia Spencer and Tim McGraw and will open in theaters nationwide on Friday, March 3.

If you’re a country fan, you’ll really love the soundtrack (which was released February 24th).  It features songs by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, who co-penned “Keep Your Eyes On Me,” with Lori McKenna and Shane McAnally, Dierks Bentley (“Days of Dark”), Lady Antebellum (“Lay Our Flowers Down”), Brett Eldredge (“Phone Call to God”), Dan + Shay (“When I Pray for You”) and more.

Check out the trailer for The Shack below.


Tim & Faith Sing Song for New Shack Movie

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are teaming up to sing for the new big-screen drama The Shack.

We have a preview of the movie here…

“The Tim/Faith song ‘Keep Your Eyes on Me’ that anchors the movie is brilliant, resonating perfectly with one of the film’s deepest threads: an invitation to trust,” says William P. Young, author of the novel on which the film is based.

Starring Sam Worthington and Octavia Spencer, the film tells the story of a father who finds himself questioning his beliefs after suffering a family tragedy. After receiving a mysterious letter in the mail urging him to visit an abandoned shack, he finds himself on a transformative and spiritual journey that’ll forever change his life.

McGraw also stars in the film.

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Faith & Tim Being Inducted on Music City Walk of Fame

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill are slated to be inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame, receiving the 73rd & 74th stars on the Walk of Fame.  The Music City Walk of Fame is a tribute to artists of all genres of music who have contributed to the world through song and made a significant contribution to the music industry with a connection to Music City. Sidewalk medallions have the names of the inductees etched in a star and guitar design.

“Faith Hill and Tim McGraw both came to Nashville in the 1980s with big dreams and huge talent,” said Nashville Mayor Megan Barry. “Driven by their determination and a lot of hard work, they eventually found great success—and each other. Tim and Faith have made a big difference in our city, not only with their music but also with their generous contributions to many important causes. They deserve to join the many other incredible artists on the Music City Walk of Fame, and I’m looking forward to their induction.”

Past inductees include Miranda Lambert, Jack White, Loretta Lynn, Trace Adkins, Bill Anderson, Garth Brooks, Kix Brooks, Johnny Cash, Vince Gill, Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Randy Travis, Keith Urban, Hank Williams Sr., Trisha Yearwood, and more.

The event will take place on October 5 at Walk of Fame Park in Nashville.


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Tim McGraw Stars in Big & Rich Video

McGraw has a crucial bartending role in the new Big & Rich video, ”Lovin’ Lately.” It’s part two of their four-part The Gravity Quadrilogy video.

McGraw co-wrote the song with Big Kenny and John Rich, and Trey Fanjoy directed the video, plus the other three videos (“Look at You,” “Brand New Buzz” and “Gravity”) that make up the 20-minute mini love story.

Fanjoy told that this four-in-one undertaking required her to take the four songs, “and weave a narrative thread that would somehow connect them all together in a way that made sense.”

But each song/chapter also had to stand alone.

So in this one, Fanjoy said the Big & Rich live performance scenes were shot in Las Vegas, and the McGraw scenes were shot near Nashville in Dickson, Tennessee.

“He plays the owner of the bar and offers some wise words of advice to Carter, the young man who has recently experienced his first heartbreak,” Fanjoy told me. “I loved working with Tim. He’s a total pro and a natural. It’s understandable why he is a much-sought-after actor for features. He brings such authenticity and laid-back charisma to every role.”

While you can hear the Big & Rich song, what also comes through loud and clear is McGraw’s been-there-done-that talk with Carter.

“I’ve made so many mistakes in my past, I’ve spent most of my life wishing my knees bent the other way so I could kick my own ass,” McGraw says. “Mistakes, man, they’re just another word for experience. When you get the real thing, you’ll know it.”

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Country Stars Make People’s “Sexiest” Issue


This year, People’s sexiest men issue includes two country stars who country fans have already determined to be very worthy of that honor: Blake Shelton and Tim McGraw.


McGraw credits swimming and eating oatmeal and chicken for his damn-near-perfect body, even at 48. “I feel like the best years are ahead of me,” he told the magazine.


Shelton won’t come right out and admit that he’s sexy, but does say that where he’s from is full of it.  “Oklahoma is sexy because it’s full of wide open spaces. There are areas where I live that there is no one around for miles and miles. That can make for some sexiness,” he said.


Garth Brooks also made the issue, in the Sexy at Every Age section, for being the hottest 53 year old.


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Tim McGraw on the Holidays

Tim McGraw says the secret to a spectacular Thanksgiving is a great chef like his wife, Faith Hill.

McGraw says “turkey day” is a great one at their home in Tennessee, mostly because Hill is a master in the kitchen.

“For Thanksgiving, I don’t cook. Faith does all the cooking for Thanksgiving,” McGraw admits.  “We have to have turkey, we have to have our stuffing, and we have to have cornbread and peas, of course.”