Tim McGraw Restores the Faith in Nashville (Watch!)

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Any time you attend a country music concert in Nashville, you hope and pray for an unforgettable cameo. Especially when you are attending a Tim McGraw show and Faith Hill is the half of the power couple who will always have a piece of my heart.

Last night during Tim McGraw’s Shotgun Rider Tour, fans were buzzing about the possibility that Faith would join her husband on stage for a collaboration, largely considering the wide array of hits the two share. When Tim brought out his cousin, Catherine Dunn, to sing “Diamond Rings and Old Bar Stools” followed by his daughter Gracie McGraw to help with “Here Tonight,” anticipation built that perhaps the next member of the McGraw family tree to hit the Bridgestone Arena stage would be Faith.

And then.

The opening chords to “It’s Your Love” began and the tens of thousands of people who flooded the audience shared the same thought in the same moment — she’s coming out to sing. And sing did she ever. The crowd erupted and those of us who fell in love with Faith and Tim separately in the early nineties and then fell in love with them as a couple in the late nineties were catapulted back in time with a moment more magical than words can express.

Although, many in attendance did try to concisely state their feelings in 140 characters (or less) and we pulled some of our favorite reactions of the night:

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Were you there last night to see Tim McGraw and Faith Hill share the stage? Let us know by leaving a comment here or tweeting us @NashvilleGab!

Watch the full video of Tim and Faith singing “It’s Your Love” during the Nashville show of the Shotgun Rider Tour here:

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