Tim & Faith Honored by ACM

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill were honored with the Academy of Country Music Career Achievement Award during a special presentation June 5, the Academy announced on Tuesday, June 19.

Tim and Faith received the award at the opening night of their Soul2Soul Tour 2007 in Omaha, Nebraska. The honor is given to artists who have “advanced the popularity and acceptance of country music through their endeavors in the entertainment industry in multiple areas during the preceding calendar year.” Last year, Tim and Faith’s Soul2Soul II Tour became the highest-grossing country tour in history and was also the most attended tour of the year in any genre of music. Between them, Tim and Faith have sold more than 60 million albums and scored 22 CMA awards.

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