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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have a talented daughter

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have a talented daughter

TALENTED PARENTS:Faith Hill, left, and Tim McGraw arrive at the 49th annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, April 6, in Las Vegas. Photo: Associated Press/Al Powers/Powers Imagery

Tim McGraw proved talent runs in the family when his daughter showed off her impressive singing skills before his concerts last week.

McGraw and Faith Hill’s 12-year-old Audrey wowed fans during a pre-show acoustic set in Rogers, Arkansas last Thursday.

During the intimate gig, McGraw invited his youngest child up onstage, and, flanked by two acoustic guitarists, she effortlessly sang Dixie Chicks’ “Travelin’ Soldier,” much to the delight of the crowd, who cheered on the young singer.

The brief performance went so well that she took the stage again the following night for the tour stop in Dallas, Texas, and supportive fans have since posted photos and videos and praised Audrey’s debut on social media.

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