Tim and Faith Duets Album Is a ‘Sure’ Thing
For years, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill fans have been asking when they can expect a full-length duet album from the superstar couple. For the first time, Tim says the album will be coming in "just a matter of time," according to the Vancouver Sun newspaper.
Since 1996, the world has fallen in love with the way Tim and Faith have fallen in love. The happy couple are proud parents to three beautiful girls -- Gracie (12), Maggie (11) and Audrey (7). They've enjoyed great success on the charts with their duets 'It's Your Love,' 'Just to Hear You Say That You Love Me,' 'Let's Make Love,' 'Angry All the Time,' 'I Need You' and 'Like We Never Loved At All.' They've also embarked on two co-headlining tours with their most recent, Soul2Soul II (which ran 2006-2007), emerging as the highest-grossing country music tour of all time.
With all the success in the music business as a team, many have wondered why they haven't taken the plunge into recording duet albums like Johnny Cash and June Carter or George Jones and Tammy Wynette have throughout their careers.
"You know, [it's] labels and all these things," Tim says of the holdup. "Once we clear the woods a little bit, we'll [record an album] for sure."
In the meantime, Tim will be spending some time in California where he will begin work on his next movie role in 'Dirty Girl.'