Tim McGraw & Faith Hill To Be Honored On Walk Of Fame


From touring together to duets to marriage to children, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have truly lived life as a united front. Now, the two will take the next step in their enviable romance — sharing the moment that they are each honored by Nashville’s Music City Walk of Fame.

On October 5, the McGraws will become the 73rd and 74th stars, respectively, on the Walk of Fame, following the likes of Trace Adkins, Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, Reba McEntire, Keith Urban, and many more. Nashville Mayor Megan Barry shared her thoughts on the induction of the chart-topping, award-winning pair:

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw both came to Nashville in the 1980s with big dreams and huge talent. Driven by their determination and a lot of hard work, they eventually found great success—and each other. Tim and Faith have made a big difference in our city, not only with their music but also with their generous contributions to many important causes. They deserve to join the many other incredible artists on the Music City Walk of Fame, and I’m looking forward to their induction.

Walk of Fame inductions are open to the public, so make your travel plans now to head to Nashville for the momentous occasion!

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