Faith Hill Gushes Over Husband Tim McGraw’s Album ‘Here on Earth’: ‘Love You and So Proud’

by Thad Mitchell
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Two of the greatest entertainers of our time, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, are the first couple of country music.

McGraw put out his most recent studio album Here on Earth last summer and is now releasing an “Ultimate Edition” of the album. Here on Earth is the country singer’s 15th studio album and it’s been a big success for McGraw. He is hoping the Ultimate Edition of the album will do just as well. Country fans around the world are congratulating Tim McGraw and wishing him success with his new offering. That includes the “Don’t Take the Girl” and “Indian Outlaw” singer’s biggest fan — his wife.

Faith Hill took to social media on Friday to share the album’s cover with her fans and congratulate her husband. In the post, Hill says she is very proud of her husband and expresses excitement that fans will have new music from Tim McGraw.

“The songs on this album have filled our home for the past few years,” Hill says in the Friday Instagram post. “I am so excited the day has finally come for the world to hear the entire #Here on Earth collection! Love you @theTimMcGraw and so proud of you for dreaming up this project!”

Tim McGraw Draws Recognition for New Album

She concludes her social media post with a “Here on Earth” hashtag. Tim McGraw fans obviously feel the same way Hill does and it is evident by the attention the Instagram post takes in. In under an hour, the post took in more than 3,000 “likes” and dozens of comments. Several commenters say they share Hill’s sentiment and will be purchasing the album in the near future.

Tim McGraw’s latest offering is doing quite well after being made available by Big Machine Records last August. The first single of the album, “I Called Mama,” has been a smashing success. It reached the eighth spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and rose to number two on the Country Airplay Chart.

The album itself also did quite well, taking the top spot on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart. It would finish in the top 100 of Billboard’s chart of top 2020 country albums.

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