Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are two of the most successful solo country artists of the last two decades and their collaborations together have shattered records and topped the charts. On November 17th, the couple’s solo and shared legacies will be explored with a new exhibit opening at the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville.
On display from the superstar couple will be a wide array of personal and professional memorabilia representing various milestones and significant moments throughout their careers. The pair, who first collaborated on McGraw’s 1996 Spontaneous Combustion Tour, married in October of that year and have three daughters together. In 2001, McGraw and Hill won the first of two Grammys for their duet “Let’s Make Love.”
Onstage during their surprise appearance at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium last October, the couple announced their upcoming Soul2Soul World Tour 2017, which launches April 7th in New Orleans. The trek is scheduled to conclude October 27th. The McGraw-Hill exhibit will run at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum through May 2018.
Their exhibit joins a high-profile list of 2017 showcases at the Hall, including spotlights on Jason Aldean, Shania Twain and Loretta Lynn.