Vegas Seven

Tim McGraw

  • A&E

    Seven Country Acts to Catch During National Finals Rodeo

    By Mark Adams

    NFR brings a wealth of talent and honky-tonk tunes to town.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Best Residency

    The old saw about Vegas residencies is that it’s where past-their-prime performers go to die. Not so with Soul2Soul, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s 20-show series at the Venetian. This superstar married couple is still at the top of their game: McGraw’s latest album, Two Lanes of Freedom, came out in February, and he’s touring in support of it. Hill has a new music video and single out, “American Heart.” Moreover, they join Garth Brooks and Shania Twain in a line of country stars taking over the Strip.

  • Gossip

    McGraw, Hill Draw Megastars

    By Jason Scavone

    And as if to one-up “presidential candidate” on the audience luminary scale, when Tim McGraw and Faith Hill got to their opening weekend for Soul2Soul at the Venetian, they got a multiple-Oscar winner and beloved star of Bachelor Party Tom Hanks, plus favorite-musician-of-everyone-over-45 Bruce Springsteen. Although we imagine the lack of 28-minute, half-talked story-songs in the Soul2Soul set must’ve come as something of a disappointment to the Boss.

  • Venetian’s Play Ups the Country Ante

    By Maureen Hank

    A husband-and-wife gig on the Las Vegas Strip: “Baby, isn’t that the way that love’s supposed to be?” It is when you’re Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The couple announced on Tuesday that their Soul2Soul “limited engagement” in the Venetian Theater will run for 10 weekends, from December to April.

  • Faith Hill, Tim McGraw Venetian-Bound

    By Steve Bornfeld

    Have Faith, Vegas.

  • Music

    On the Road Again … and Again

    By Marvin Lucas

    He’s won every major award in country music, but Tim McGraw wants more. “I’m only about 30 percent as good as I want to get in music,” the 44-year-old says. In an effort to expand his artistic boundaries, McGraw has released a crossover hit with Nelly (“Over and Over”), co-wrote a single for Def Leppard (“Nine Lives”) and hopes to work with Bruce Springsteen one day. The self-described “Blue Dog Democrat” has also hinted at running for governor of Tennessee one day, but he’s not sure why.