Tim and Faith Wrap Up Their Vegas Run

"To sing with each other, it's like a third animal for us," Tim McGraw says.

And then there was one.

Garth Brooks wrapped up his three-year Las Vegas run in November, and this weekend (April 27-28), Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will be leaving Las Vegas after 10 weekends at The Venetian.

That leaves Shania Twain as the last country casino act standing in Sin City.

Tim told reporters recently that he and Faith had a great run in Vegas. "It's just been so much fun. You know, we had friends come out and family come out. Great shows every night," he said.

"To sing with each other, it's like a third animal for us, when I sing, and then when she sings, and when we get to sing together, we don't do it very often," he said.

"Third animal"? Say what?

Forget Soul2Soul. If Faith and Tim ever tour together again, maybe it should be "The Third Animal Experience." We'd pounce on those tickets!

Tim's fans can see him on the road soon. He fires up the Two Lanes of Freedom Tour May 2 in Birmingham, Ala.

 

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