Tim McGraw 'Would've Died Already' Without Faith Hill

Tim McGraw, a pioneer in country music for almost 30 years, credits his success to his wife, Faith Hill, a fellow singer.

In an interview last week to promote his new album, “Standing Room Only,” the three-time Grammy winner raved about his nearly 27-year marriage to Hill, calling him “one of the greatest artists of all time.”

McGraw married Hill in a small ceremony at his aunt's Rayville, Louisiana, home in October 1996. They have children Gracie, 26, Maggie, 25, and Audrey, 21.

However, like other marriages, they have had ups and downs. McGraw told Esquire in 2021 that Hill inspired his 2008 sobriety.

Hill and McGraw collaborate professionally. “The Rest of Our Life” was their debut collaboration album, published in 2017. They co-starred in Emmy-nominated “Yellowstone” spinoff “1883” last year.

McGraw called Hill a “brutal” but “honest” critic. “I'm always playing her the songs I want to record and playing the mixes as I go along, and there's times we don't agree,” he added.

“She sometimes says, ‘I don't like the way that sounds.’ ‘Well, I do, and that's the way it's going to stay.’ Same thing when she records.”

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