Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are not only ageless royalty in the realm of country music but also emblems of real-life, lasting love. They’re more than a quarter-century love story and marriage, complete with Tim McGraw’s proposal written in red lipstick on the mirror of Faith Hill’s tour bus during the “Spontaneous Combustion” tour. It not only sparked the pair’s enduring passion but inspired countless fans through their authenticity and honesty.
It’s no wonder that their Soul2Soul tours have celebrated four separate incarnations, reaching millions of fans across the globe. These days, however, the global pandemic conditions are keeping Tim McGraw and Faith Hill closer to home, and that seems fine to Tim. He didn’t mind that his bride of 26 years (this coming October) decided to support their 23-year-old daughter, Gracie’s fashion sense for fantastic pink hair, as People shared on August 10, along with Us Weekly.
The superstar hubby definitely prefers Faith in her smiling, natural style, with no product nor glam team necessary. The parents also have every reason to be proud of their girls, each expressing themselves, letting their voices count, and doing good.
Tim McGraw savors Faith Hill smiling in the sun
“Dang, I love this girl!” Tim McGraw captioned the casual Sunday shot of Faith on the couple’s patio. Dad graciously gave full photo credit to Gracie for snagging the shot. The sun-struck side braid in pink couldn’t complement the blue T-shirt more beautifully.
Gracie McGraw got the ball rolling on the pink trend. She posted a photo of herself in her pink-tipped blonde tendrils, writing that “Best Ma’am and I are quarantines summer girls. She’s hot.” The pose includes Gracie with a friend. There is no doubt that dad Tim McGraw is okay with his daughter’s look, too. The proud papa has joined his daughter onstage with her alternative-rock band, Tingo, and both he and Faith Hill have been fully supportive of her creative ventures and those of her younger sisters.
The power of the vote matters to Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and their youngest voter
In a proud moment last week, just before the notion to sport pink hair stuck her, Faith Hill took to social media to give a shout out to her youngest daughter, Audrey. Mom cheered for her 18-year-old after she voted for the first time ever in a primary election.
“First-time voter over here!” exclaimed Hill with many more exclamation points than provided here. Of course, she added “#proudmom” after a slew of hearts.
Tim McGraw talked about his considerations to run as a Democratic Party candidate in the mid-2000s, and he turned his mega-hit “Humble and Kind” into a social movement all its own. The iconic star has never been silent about his views on assault weapons or gun reform in light of the mass shootings.
Maggie McGraw, the middle daughter of the McGraw clan, spearheaded the efforts with CMT, serving as vice president in the “Feed the Frontline” campaign in May. The fact that Tim McGraw and Faith Hill just happened to sing a cozy “Feels So Right” and spread the news to friends only helped the initiative to give back to those who are still giving so much of their lives, time, and skills.
Faith Hill cheered the Mississippi state legislature for its decisive votes to remove the Confederate flag, Civil War-era statues, and “reminders of terror,” as Country Music Alley reported in June. Just because she looks dazzlingly in pink without a dab of make-up doesn’t mean that this powerhouse talent takes her public platform for granted. She weighs in when issues really matter to her.
No wonder the new music coming from Tim McGraw is so grounded
“How did I get here?/How did I get you?” are the questions in the first song from Tim McGraw’s upcoming album. It’s clear that those questions from “Good Taste in Women” are still the ones the singer from Start, Louisiana, probably asks himself every day. Only God truly knows the answer to those puzzles, but his wife’s answer is probably easier.
The “Here on Earth” album is set for release August 21, but Tim McGraw fans who crave a little bit more than the lyric video can check out the performance acoustic version, released August 10. The flirty, fanciful tune is the perfect song to enjoy as summer flows into fall. It’s too soon to have full details about seeing Tim McGraw in person for a full-launch tour, but one is certainly planned for the near future in 2021.
Pink and passion complement each other perfectly for the pair who find music in real life every day, and create songs for “The Rest of Our Lives.”
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