The debate on nature versus nurture has been raging for decades. People often question if things like talent can be genetic. We have seen several examples of children following in their talented parents’ footsteps. Country music fans might point to Hank Jr. as an example of this. His father was a master of the genre. After his passing, Bocephus rose to fame. Currently, country fans have a new parent/child connection to ponder. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughter is an incredibly talented singer. There’s no telling if it is genetic or if it just comes from growing up with two accomplished musicians as parents. Either way, Gracie has a killer voice.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s Daughter Flexes Her Singing Skills on Her Socials
Luckily for music lovers, we don’t have to wait for Tim McGraw’s prodigy of a daughter to land a record deal to hear her sing. The magic of the internet will put Gracie McGraw’s Broadway-ready singing voice right in the palm of your hand. Let’s take a look at some of her most impressive singing videos from her Instagram account.
Gracie McGraw Sings “She Used to Be Mine” from Waitress
In this video, Tim McGraw’s daughter shares her love for the musical Waitress. She laments the fact that she never got to see the show live. It’s especially upsetting to her now that everything is closed.
So, she says to pretend that the show is still on Broadway. Also, she says, “Let’s pretend like I’m on the stage.” With vocal chops like this, we won’t have to pretend much longer.
Gracie McGraw has already shared the stage with her hit-making father Tim. However, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see her starring on Broadway in the future. Just listen to the emotion she puts into her singing. Whether it’s genetic or not, you can’t help but hear more than a little of Faith Hill’s influence in her voice.
Gracie McGraw Sings ‘Suddenly Seymour’ from Little Shop of Horrors
Even if you don’t dig musicals, Little Shop of Horrors is amazing. There is a stage version as well as a couple of film adaptations. The 1986 film adaptation starring Rick Moranis is pure gold. It’s sweet, funny, and packed to the brim with great songs. On top of that the cast is a who’s who of 1980s Hollywood. Also, it’s about a giant plant that eats people. You can’t lose.
Tim McGraw’s daughter enlists the help of her buddy Pablo to absolutely nail this duet.
In this video, Gracie really flexes her impressive pipes. She is a star in the making, without a doubt.
Gracie McGraw Sings ‘Don’t Rain on My Parade’ from Funny Girl
Funny Girl is an iconic musical. It’s the semi-biographical tale of the legendary Broadway star Fanny Brice. In the caption of the video, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s songstress daughter talks about how much she loves and looks up to Brice.
She goes on to say that playing the role of Fanny in a production of Funny Girl is her dream.
You can really see how much she loves the song and the role in this video. Gracie really gets into her in=home performance here. It’s safe to say that her cover would make Fanny Brice proud.
Gracie and Tim McGraw Sing ‘What Kind of Fool’
Gracie is a killer singer, there’s no doubt about it. In all of the videos above, she proves that. This video, however, will warm your heart. It’s Tim McGraw and his future star daughter in the car, singing a Barbara Streisand and Barry Gibb duet. They’re both great singers. More than that though, this video is just so sweet.
Can we have an album of Gracie, Faith, and Tim McGraw singing together? That would be amazing.