Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s youngest daughter, Audrey, posted a video on Instagram of her singing the iconic song “Unchained Melody.”
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, two of country music’s most beloved stars, share a beautiful family that is as talented as it is close-knit. The couple has three daughters: Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey.
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All the McGraw girls are musical.
The eldest, Gracie, currently resides in New York City and is chasing her Broadway dreams. She often posts her self-audition tapes to her Instagram account and performs at events in New York City.
Gracie also was a featured artist on her dad’s song “Here Tonight” off his Damn Country Music album in 2015.
Maggie is also musical, though she is pursuing her political dreams in Washington, D.C. as a Capitol Hill staffer.
“…and all the outfits were terrible, 2003 unbearable…” pic.twitter.com/ViMaO5tVOh
— Maggie McGraw (@maggieemcgraw12) May 4, 2023
Maggie used to be the lead singer of the band Sister supply. They even performed at Frost Music Festival, held at her college, Stanford University, in 2018.
Audrey, as McGraw has recently revealed, is also living in New York City and is pursuing her music dreams. She posts videos of her singing and playing piano every so often.
In her latest video, she is singing the iconic song “Unchained Melody,” which was originally recorded by Todd Duncan for the 1955 prison film Unchained. Since then, countless artists have recorded it and there were even four versions of the song on the same chart at the same time! The most notable covers include from the Righteous Brothers and Elvis Presley.
Presley performed the song live several times, including once on June 21, 1977. That version was released five months after his death. Another live version, which was recorded on April 24, 1977, was included on his final album, “Moody Blue.”
Audrey posts her Elvis cover on Instagram.
The youngest McGraw girl posted the video alongside the caption, “Ode to the Elvis shaped cloud I saw the other day….”
Her voice is enchanting and haunting at the same time, and her followers agreed.
Rita Wilson commented, “More please!” while another follower wrote, “Wish I was your neighbor and could hear this music coming thru the window or the walls. ❤️ When will you release some recordings? Soon I hope!! Amazing god given talent right there.”
Many others expressed that think Elvis would be proud of her rendition. What do you think? Watch it below.