Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Share Sweet Moment While Performing for Virtual Benefit Concert
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill shared a sweet number while performing in a virtual benefit concert. It was beautiful and mesmerizing.
McGraw and Hill performed in a dimly-lit room, as shown in a video posted on YouTube. Hill leaned on McGraw's back as they sang together the song "Feels So Right."
The show was called "Feed the Front Line Live." The virtual presentation is an initiative of the group "Feed the Front Line," which is intended for the front line workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
Tim McGraw at Burbank Studios on November 06, 2019 in Burbank, California. | Photo: Getty Images
MORE FOOD TO MORE PEOPLE
The couple's performance was filled with love. Their daughter, Maggie McGraw, who served as a vice president of the said group in Nashville, initiated the show, as reported by Today.
"We hope viewers that are able to make a donation will consider doing so to help us bring more food to more people across the country," Maggie said.
The iconic duo got married in 1996. Their love story began over a bowl of chicken and dumplings. "And when I met Faith, I knew I needed her in my life–to keep me stable, solid, and on track," McGraw said, as reported by Southern Living.
SUPPORTING STRUGGLING RESTAURANTS
The organization was founded in March 2020 in order to support struggling restaurants. As reported by ET Online, the funds will be used to purchase food from these restaurants as a way of keeping their business going.
After the food purchase, these items will be distributed to the frontline workers. The donations will also cater to those people in need during the COVID-19 outbreak.
McGraw recently paid a birthday tribute to his mother, Betty Trimble, last March.
Gracie McGraw, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Audrey McGraw and Maggie McGraw attend TIME 100 Gala on April 21, 2015. | Photo: Getty Images
SUPPORT FROM OTHER SINGERS
At present, the group raised over $750,000. The amount was able to deliver 50,000 meals to the frontline workers.
Before the couple's intimate performance, other singers had taken the stage. It was a star-studded whole - day virtual concert, as reported by ET Online.
Scott McCreery opened up the virtual show, singing "This Is It." Rita Wilson, Sheryl Crow, and Billy Ray Cyrus took each of their parts for the morning session.
Carrie Underwood, Chase Rice, and Avril Lavigne serenaded for the "lunch session." Brad Paisley, Kelsea Ballerini, and Kenny Chesney treated the viewers with their hit songs for the "dinner section."
McGraw recently paid a birthday tribute to his mother, Betty Trimble, last March. He shared on his Instagram a throwback photo of her when she was younger.