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Tim McGraw says he would be dead if he hadn’t married Faith Hill

 August 26, 2023

Country music artist Tim McGraw has repeatedly expressed his indebtedness to his wife of nearly three decades, the equally talented Faith Hill, as the Daily Wire reported.

Speaking on The Zane Lowe Conversations podcast, McGraw admitted, "I guarantee you, had I not gotten married to Faith at 29 years old, A. I probably would've ran my career into the ground and B. I would've died already with my career into the ground — one or the other, and it wouldn't have ever been where it's at now."

Pillar of Support During Tough Times

McGraw acknowledged that his wife played an instrumental role in his journey to sobriety in 2008.

He mentioned that while he's often unsure about his own maturity, she managed to tolerate his behavior for some time.

McGraw acknowledged how Faith had patiently dealt with his concealed battle with alcohol.

However, as their children grew and started picking up on things about their father, Hill urged him to confront and resolve the issue.

A Collaborative Duo in Life and Music

Besides being a source of personal strength, Hill is also an integral part of McGraw's professional life.

Discussing their creative process, he shared, "I'm always playing her the songs that I want to record and playing the mixes as I'll go along, and there's times we don't agree,".

McGraw mentioned that there are occasions when she might disapprove of a particular sound, yet he feels differently and chooses to stick with it.

The country legend shared that even when he recommends a song for his wife to perform as a single, she frequently has her own choice in mind, and he typically agrees with her decision.

The Foundations of a Strong Relationship

In a chat with Canadian Entertainment Tonight last month, McGraw divulged the essence of their couple's enduring relationship.

He emphasized the importance of confronting issues head-on and maintaining transparency.

McGraw said, "I don't know if there's a key. We always say we're 27 years coming up, it's like 96 in show business."

He added, "It's almost like dog years."

McGraw explained that when they chose to marry and start a family from the outset, they committed to facing challenges together rather than abandoning each other at the first sign of trouble.

Instilling Strength in the Next Generation

The father of three also touched upon the values he and Hill aimed to inculcate in their daughters.

He noted, "Faith and I were going to raise our girls to be strong, independent, and fierce and have their own minds and have their own opinions. And sometimes I go, 'Dang, do we want them to be that independent and strong?' But yeah, we're so proud of them."