Tim McGraw Performs a New Song with 18-Year-Old Daughter Gracie
The 18-year-old proves she's got pipes like her parents at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena
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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