October 16, 2017

This past Friday, Tim & Faith performed in Washington DC … one image from the concert has been added to our gallery.

Gallery Links:
Faith Hill Online > 2017 > October 13 | Soul 2 Soul Tour – Washington DC


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October 11, 2017

I have been playing catch up from our hiatus and have added images of Faith from the past nine months.


Gallery Links:
Faith Hill Online > EVENTS AND APPEARANCES > 2017
Faith Hill Online > The Tours > Soul 2 Soul


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October 8, 2017

I have found some outtakes from the shoot Faith did earlier this year for the cover of New Beauty magazine. She looks so beautiful and feminine.

Gallery Links:
Faith Hill Online > Outtakes > 2017 > 001


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October 7, 2017

On their 21st Wedding Anniversary Tim McGraw and Faith Hill announced the details of their first album together, The Rest of Our Life and released the title track as a single.

They also released the music video for the single on Amazon. To watch it go here.


January 12, 2017

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are two of the most successful solo country artists of the last two decades and their collaborations together have shattered records and topped the charts. On November 17th, the couple’s solo and shared legacies will be explored with a new exhibit opening at the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville.

On display from the superstar couple will be a wide array of personal and professional memorabilia representing various milestones and significant moments throughout their careers. The pair, who first collaborated on McGraw’s 1996 Spontaneous Combustion Tour, married in October of that year and have three daughters together. In 2001, McGraw and Hill won the first of two Grammys for their duet “Let’s Make Love.”

Onstage during their surprise appearance at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium last October, the couple announced their upcoming Soul2Soul World Tour 2017, which launches April 7th in New Orleans. The trek is scheduled to conclude October 27th. The McGraw-Hill exhibit will run at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum through May 2018.
Their exhibit joins a high-profile list of 2017 showcases at the Hall, including spotlights on Jason Aldean, Shania Twain and Loretta Lynn.

(Source)


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January 12, 2017

Thanks to Claudia I have added some missing stills and promos from the Voice to our gallery.

Gallery Links:
Faith Hill Online > The Singer > Television > 2016 | The Voice > Season Eleven


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December 9, 2016

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have three daughters, but two of them have moved out of the house to attend college, so Christmas will be extra special when they all return home for the holidays. Faith says, “They’ve already made their request about, ‘Are we going to have this, are we gonna have that set up where it was last year? Are you going to put out the village this year?’”

Fortunately, no matter how grown they are, Tim and Faith’s daughters still long for Christmastime at mom and dad’s. Tim says, “They’re hinting that just because we’re gone doesn’t mean you’re not going to do the house like you always do when they were kids. So they still want the house to look like it did when they lived there and they were kids. So they want to be able to come home and still feel like it always has to them.”

Tim and Faith’s youngest daughter, Audrey, is still living at home, and Tim jokes that she only has one request for Christmas. She wants to know, ‘Do the sisters have to come home for Christmas?’

Tim just celebrated his 42nd #1 song with Florida Georgia Line’s “May We All” reaching the top of the charts, and it looks like he could soon have his 43rd #1 with his latest single, “How I’ll Always Be,” before the end of the year.

Faith Hill – “They’ve already made their request about, ‘Are we going to have this, are we gonna have that set up where it was last year? Are you going to put out the village this year?’ They’re hinting…

Tim McGraw – “They’re hinting that just because we’re gone doesn’t mean you’re not going to do the house like you always do when they were kids. So they still want the house to look like it did when they lived there and they were kids. So they want to be able to come home and still feel like it always has to them.”

Faith – “So that’s important. We’ll make extra sure that that happens for sure. And for Audrey too. Lordy, she has made many requests about how the house should look.”

Tim – “Well her main request is, ‘Do the sisters have to come home for Christmas?’”

(Source)


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December 9, 2016

Today.com reported how Tim & Faith with the help of Tim’s mom spread some Christmas cheer in Florida.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill decided to spread a little Christmas cheer this week, sending a special Secret Santa to put smiles on the faces of a group of strangers.

McGraw’s mother, Betty Trimble, went to a Walmart in Macclenny, Florida, on Tuesday, paid off $5,000 worth of layaway items and also gave out some cash to a group of customers on behalf of the country music stars.

A customer named Jessica Lumpkin posted a picture on Facebook of cash inside a card reading “Merry Christmas, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.”

“I didn’t have anything on layaway, was just picking up a package and she gave me this,” Lumpkin wrote. “I’ve never had this happen to me. I’m glad I call Baker County my home.”

“It’s great that Tim and Faith’s generous giving has made Christmas brighter for some unsuspecting customers in our store,” Leslee Wright, the Walmart communications manager, told NBC Jacksonville affiliate First Coast News. “It’s an honor to be a small part of these random acts of kindness and see the joy on our customers’ faces.”

It’s the latest act of kindness from the country royalty. In August, McGraw surprised a couple by performing at their wedding, and last year he teamed up with Operation Homefront to give 36 mortgage-free homes to military veterans.

Since 2012, McGraw and the organization have provided more than 100 homes for military families.


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November 28, 2016

I have added a bunch of images from the events that Faith attended in 2013 to our gallery.

Gallery Links:
Faith Hill Online > EVENTS AND APPEARANCES > 2013


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November 22, 2016

She Shares Details of Unreleased Songs Now on Deep Tracks Collection

The new songs on Faith Hill‘s Deep Tracks album aren’t really new. They’ve just never been released until now.

But the last three recordings on the the compilation sound modern and fresh, regardless of when she recorded them.

Even “Why,” which Hill said she cut 12 years ago.

“I recorded ‘Why’ for the Fireflies album in 2004,” Hill shared on social media. “When it didn’t make the final cut for the album, Dann Huff, who produced the track, ended up recording it with Rascal Flatts, who released it in 2009. It is a very poignant song and still resonates today.”

The piano ballad, written by Rob Mathes and Allen Shamblin, is her husband Tim McGraw’s favorite song that she’s recorded.

And “Come to Jesus” is the closest Hill ever got to making her mother’s dreams of a gospel album come true.

“Three weeks ago today my mom passed away. Mom often asked if I would ever get around to recording a gospel album. That’s all she wanted to hear me sing. I’m thankful that she was able to hear this song before she took a seat on the glory train,” Hill wrote, dedicating “Come to Jesus” to her mother Edna Perry.

Of the other unreleased one, “Boy,” Hill wrote simply that it is one of her favorites “because it reminds me of my man. Hope you like it, too.”

She also shared some heartfelt words for the people at her label, Warner Bros Nashville, where she has been since signing in the early ’90s and releasing her debut album Take Me as I Am. Among them are former A&R executive Martha Sharpe (“the powerhouse who signed me”) and former label head Jim Ed Norman (“a true gem in our industry”).

“I would never have been able to be the artist that I have become at any other place on this planet,” she wrote. “It was Jim Ed’s idea to release ‘Breathe’ as the first single from the Breathe album.

“Even I, the risk taker, the rebel without walls, was nervous about that song being chosen as the first single. That decision changed the trajectory of my career. You allowed me to explore my musical growth as an artist without hesitation. I literally grew up as a woman and an artist in the protective arms of so many at Warner Bros. You never once questioned the fact that my family came first, and I will be forever grateful that I was lucky enough to be in such an environment.”

(Source)


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