Tim McGraw And Faith Hill Say Live Collaboration Ends With Soul2Soul

Brody Vercher | June 25th, 2007

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  1. Kevin
    June 25, 2007 at 10:32 am

    Toby Keith always looks so pathetic when he whines about not winning awards. It’s very insulting to the artist who swept the CMA’s those two years, Mr. Alan Jackson, who did so on the strength of two of the best country singles of the decade – “Where Were You” and “Drive.” Sorry, Toby, but “Who’s Your Daddy?” just doesn’t measure up to that standard. Alan Jackson deserved every award he won those two years.

  2. Dave S
    June 25, 2007 at 7:40 pm

    May I add that corny singles like “High Maintenance Woman,” and “Big Blue Note” are not going to score him much credibility either.

  3. Matt
    June 25, 2007 at 10:29 pm

    Thanks for the mention!

  4. Jessica
    June 26, 2007 at 5:41 pm

    Amen to Kevin and Dave! Give us a song someone can relate to that pulls the heartstrings, not something that I could pick through my corn flakes.

  5. Angela
    June 27, 2007 at 6:28 am

    Actually Tim & Faith have said in numerous interviews that they will not be touring together because of the kids. The girls are getting to an age that they want to be home in the summer to go to camp, hang out with their friends, etc. Imagine that famous parents who put the wants and needs of their kids first.

  6. JENNIFER
    July 29, 2007 at 5:27 am

    Exactly they have left nothing to speculation so please get your facts straight. They were even on GAC with an interview about it. They did not say they would never tour together again but not for a long time. Like the other poster said the kids are at an age where they want to be home in the summer not riding on a bus all summer. They put their kids first that is why the last few years they have only toured in the summer.

    Tim said they don’t want to tour at all during the school year, their life is filled with Girl Scouts, school functions and Tim even coaches his girls softball and basketball teams.

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