Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Confirm The #1 Thing Everyone’s Been Dying To Hear

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Confirm The #1 Thing Everyone’s Been Dying To Hear | Country Music Videos

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It’s really happening!

With the first date of their Soul 2 Soul Tour fast-approaching, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been working together a lot lately. In addition to preparing for their tour, it looks like the country power couple has been hard at work crafting new music for their fans. 

In January, McGraw and Hill released a new duet that was featured on the soundtrack for the movie The Shack. Called “Keep Your Eyes On Me,” the song was written by McGraw, Hill, Lori McKenna, and Shane McAnally.

Fans instantly fell in love with the beautiful and emotional song, leaving them anxious for more music from McGraw and Hill. Now, the wait is finally over.

McGraw and Hill sent their fans into a frenzy on Monday (March 20) when they revealed their plans to debut a new duet on Thursday (March 23). The song, titled “Speak to a Girl” was written by Shy Carter, Dave Gibson and Joe Spargur.

But there’s even more exciting news! Sounds Like Nashville reports that “Speak to a Girl” will serve as the lead single off of a joint album between McGraw and Hill, which is set to be released at some point this year.

After “Speak to a Girl” hits the radio, McGraw and Hill will debut the song live for the first time at the ACM Awards on April 2. Be sure to tune in to catch that performance!

Until McGraw and Hill release their new duet, enjoy their latest collaboration on “Keep Your Eyes On Me.” Who else can’t wait to hear new music from these two?  

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