Garth Brooks, Toby Keith and Travis Tritt aren't the only '90s country stars to pass their vocal talents down to a daughter. Based on road trip footage posted to Instagram by Tim McGraw, Gracie, his first of three daughters with wife Faith Hill, can belt out her favorite songs with the best of them.
In the clip, two members of the McGraw family tackle the amazing harmonies of the internationally successful Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb duet "Woman in Love." Gibb wrote the song with brother and fellow Bee Gees member Robin Gibb. It appears on Streisand's 1980 album Guilty.
Country music fans may remember the brothers Gibbs from their collaborative album with Kenny Rogers, 1983's Eyes That See in the Dark. Streisand also has country ties as Kris Kristofferson's co-star in the 1976 version of A Star is Born.
Tim reposted the clip on May 5, 2021 to commemorate Gracie's birthday.
"Happy birthday to my oldest baby girl.....24!," read Tim's caption. "I'm so proud of her! She is so talented and capable....she can do anything she sets her mind to.....above all, she has a heart of gold, loves her family and friends unconditionally, she is simply a jewel in this world and I am so proud of the young woman she has become... Gracie, u make a daddy so proud!!! I love you."
It's not the first proof of Gracie's vocal talent. She fronted a Nashville punk band a few years ago called Tingo and took the Bridgestone Arena stage with her dad in 2015 to perform their duet "Here Tonight," which appears on Tim's 2015 album Damn Country Music.
If Gracie chooses to pursue her parents' careers, she's definitely got the talent to open doors.
Per the 2019 Instagram post, whatever Gracie plans will begin in her new home, Los Angeles.
"It's kind of wild that Nashville has been my home base for my whole life but it never really felt like home to me," she wrote. "Tomorrow I start my journey to the big LA baby!!! Even though it feels as if I've been living there these past two years already, it all seems surreal that it's actually happening, I'm actually moving."
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