TIM & FAITH ROCK NASHVILLE

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill brought their Soul2Soul II Tour back to their Nashville “hometown,” Saturday night, July 29.

The show drew a sellout crowd of 17,000 to the Gaylord Entertainment Center. “We’ve been so nervous about this show,” Faith told the audience, “because this is our hometown and we don’t want to disappoint.” The luckiest fans proved to be a select group of fan club members who got to see a very casual Tim and Faith perform an acoustic set backstage before the big show. “This is the biggest backstage crowd we’ve ever had,” said Faith. One female fan asked Tim to sign her back, to which Tim replied, “You’ll have to ask my wife.” The show drew a rave review from Nashville’s daily newspaper, The Tennessean, for its stunning production and strong performances.

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