Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's Daughter Gracie Leaves Fans in Awe With New Singing Video

Gracie McGraw

Gracie McGraw casually flaunted her beautiful talent for singing in her newest home video while performing at her piano.

The 26-year-old daughter of country superstars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw shared a new clip of her strong vocals on social media, simply captioning it, "This is loud!!!!!"

She was certainly right, as she belted out the Brandi Carlile song "That Wasn't Me" from her 2012 album Bear Creek. Gracie crooned, "Do I make myself a blessing to everyone I meet?/ When you fall I will catch you on your feet/ Do I spend time with my family?/ Did it show when I was weak?" as she played the song on her piano, wearing a button-up shirt with her hair in a bun.

"❤," commented Audrey McGraw, Gracie's younger sister, while actress and singer Rita Wilson wrote, "Loving."

Fans also heaped praise on the singer, with notes like, "Pristine!!!! Absolutely fantastic voice 😱," "Sing sing sing… more singing. You need to share that voice with the world🙌," and "The talent in your entire family is beyond amazing. 👏."

"It's time for an album! Don't make us wait any longer. PLEASE!" exclaimed another.

The talent for singing runs in the family, as Gracie's little sisters, Audrey and Maggie, often show off their skills on social media or in various performances. The three even performed the hit song "The Schuyler Sisters" from Hamilton together during the holidays, calling it "the McGraw girls craziness."

So far, none of the three women have released any official music. But fans are clamoring for something soon, always encouraging the McGraw sisters whenever they share a performance on social media.

Meanwhile, their father, Tim, released his latest studio album, Standing Room Only, in summer 2023. Hill's last release was her collaborative album with her husband, The Rest of Our Life, which came out in 2017.

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