Tim McGraw's Daughter Audrey's New Singing Video Leaves Fans Begging Her to Release Music

Audrey McGraw

It's well established that Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's three daughters take after their parents when it comes to musical talent—but their youngest Audrey's latest singing video has fans demanding she finally release an album.

Audrey shared a clip of a recent sound check, with the 22-year-old belting out the song "You're No Good" by Linda Ronstadt, originally released on the singer's 1974 album, Heart Like a Wheel. Audrey's smooth voice blended perfectly with the song's style, and while it was visibly windy in the video, she didn't let the weather bother her as she kept performing.

"Windy sound check yesterday 🤘," she captioned the black and white video. Audrey also shared a short video of herself singing Nina Simone's "Lilac Wine" on her Instagram Stories.

"Seriously why don’t you have anything on Spotify," questioned a fan in the comments, while more wrote supportive notes like, "I want to hear more music from you, love it!" and "Put songs on iTunes."

Many also commented on how much Audrey's voice sounded like her mother's, with one fan replying, "Hear some Faith in that voice …," as another said, "She sounds like her mama!😍."

"You remind me so much of your beautiful mama 🩵," commented a third fan thinking the same thing.

Audrey continually impresses fans with her strong vocals, with her father often spotlighting his daughter's talent and showing how proud he is. McGraw even shared his live reaction to a recent clip of Audrey singing, and his caption hinted that fans' wishes for original music might come true soon.

He wrote, "We love it when @audreymcgraw comes home and sits at the piano…. She’s a true artist and we love the things she’s writing too! #prouddad."

With any luck, Audrey will release some finished music soon!

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