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Tim and Faith Duets out Today

Nashville, TN –Today, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, GRAMMY®-winning superstars, release their first album together The Rest of Our Life.  The 11-song collection released by Sony Music Entertainment under the Arista Nashville/McGraw Music imprint ison sale now.
The new album, produced by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill along with two of Nashville’s most accomplished producers Byron Gallimore and Dann Huff, features the current single and title track charting #31 and #34 respectively in Country Aircheck/Mediabase and Billboard issues this week. The romantic hit was penned by Ed Sheeran, Amy Wadge, Johnny McDaid, and Steve Mac. Fans may stream the stunning new music video for “The Rest of Our Life,” directed by Grant Singer

Also included on The Rest of Our Life album is the CMA Award-nominated first single, “Speak to a Girl,” co-written by Shy Carter, Dave Gibson and Joe Spargur. Directed by Sophie Muller, the clip can be viewed 
A bevy of key honors and appearances preceded and coincide with the release of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s The Rest of Our Life. As previously announced, Showtime Networks will air the concert special Tim & Faith: Soul2Soul tonight at 9pm ET/PT on SHOWTIME, on-air, on demand and over the internet.  This marks the first ever county music concert film for the network. 
On Tuesday, November 14, McGraw and Hill received the Legends of Live Award at the Billboard Touring Conference in Beverly Hills, in recognition of the impact of their Soul2Soul 2017 World Tour.
Today marks the opening of the Tim McGraw and Faith Hill exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.  In honor of McGraw and Hill, an exhibit preview reception was held on Wednesday, November 15.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s week of multiple TV appearances started off with their CBS Sunday Morning feature, which was viewed by over 6 million on November 12. This episode’s airing marks the second consecutive week Sunday’s #1 morning show was watched by 6 million plus.
Last evening, the two superstars appeared on NBC’s Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon;  And, McGraw and Hill performed and were interviewed during two-hours of NBC’s Today this morning; view here segment onetwo and three.
Connect with Faith at:, on Instagram @FaithHill, on Twitter @FaithHilland on YouTube at

Connect with Tim at:, on Instagram  @TheTimMcGraw, on Twitter @TheTimMcGraw, and on YouTube at


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