The 18-year-old proves she's got pipes like her parents at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena

By Jeff Nelson
Updated August 17, 2015 07:00 PM
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His “little girl” is all grown up!

Tim McGraw brought his eldest daughter, Gracie, 18, onstage to join him for a duet Saturday night at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

The father-daughter duo performed a new track, “Here Tonight,” The Tennessean reports.

And Gracie wasn’t the only family member to get in on the onstage action: McGraw’s wife of 18 years, Faith Hill, lent her vocals on his hit “Shotgun Rider,” which was celebrated with a No. 1 party prior to the show.

This is just the latest public appearance this year for Gracie: In April, she, Mom and her sisters – Maggie, 17, and Audrey, 13 – attended the Time 100 Gala, where McGraw was honored.

“You never feel like you are doing everything right as a parent,” McGraw previously told PEOPLE. “Especially when you have daughters. I dread the first broken heart!”

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