Country superstars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have been married since 1996, and continue their strong marriage and partnership together. In May 2000, Hill and McGraw launched the Soul2Soul Tour, which now stands as the highest grossing country music tour ever. In addition to her thriving career and family, Hill devotes a good deal of time to her charity organization, the Faith Hill Family Literacy Project, launched in 1996 with the cooperation of Warner Bros. and Time Warner.
USA Today writes “If there's a moment during Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's “Soul2Soul' that defines their relationship on and off-stage it's during the finale, when they sit opposite each other and sing 'I Need You' into the same microphone. While the song's lyrics may sound a little co-dependent, it's a sweet, soulful number where the two seem completely lost in each other, their onstage chemistry evident of their off-stage marriage.”
McGraw is forever grateful to Hill and says “Faith has kept me alive. She's saved my life in a lot of different ways – from myself more than anything. She's loved me through times when I didn't love me. “
Hill and McGraw are backing George Strait during his farewell tour entitled 'The Cowboy Rides Away Tour' in 2014. They visit the Boston area, coming to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro MA on Saturday May31st. Tickets can be purchased here: http://www.ticketmaster.com/george-strait-the-cowboy-rides-away-foxborou...