Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are have even more big news for 2017. The power couple has just signed individual recording contracts with Sony Music Entertainment.
Billboard announced the news on Monday (Feb. 13), stating that the deals guaranteed several new albums from both McGraw and Hill. Although many fans are hoping for one, there aren't specifics yet on whether or not they'll record a duet album.
McGraw was most recently signed to a record deal with Big Machine Label Group. His latest album, Damn Country Music, was released on the major label and one of the album's songs won big at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night (Feb. 12). "Humble and Kind" took home the award for Best Country Song.
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Hill, on the other hand, was signed to Warner Bros. Records before this shift. Her last album on the label came in late 2016, but she was signed to them for over 20 years.
This big announcement comes just before Hill and McGraw are preparing to head out on the road. Their Soul2Soul 2017 Tour starts April 7 in New Orleans and will hit 65 cities across the U.S. and Canada. The tour will also feature 26 different opening acts, including Brothers Osborne, Jon Pardi, Chris Lane, High Valley and Charlie Worsham.
The couple's newest recording is featured in the upcoming inspirational film, The Shack. "Keep Your Eyes On Me" is featured on the soundtrack and shows off their classic sound. You can get a sneak peek of the film, which also stars McGraw, here. The movie comes out March 3.