Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Pose for a Rare Red Carpet Family Photo with Their Daughters

At the 16th Annual Academy of Country Music Honors, the singers were photographed with their daughters, Audrey and Maggie. On Wednesday, Tim McGraw walked the red carpet for the 2023 Academy of Country Music Honors with his children by his side. The "Live Like You Were Dying" singer accepted this year's ACM Icon Award in front of virtually his entire family.  

McGraw was joined by his wife, Faith Hill, and his two youngest daughters, Audrey and Maggie, on the event's red carpet. The siblings astonished the crowd by matching their father's white Dior suit and black, patterned Saint Laurent button-up combo. He completed the appearance with a black leather cowboy hat and black boots while posing for photos with his family.  

Audrey, 21, chose a flowing white Ascony gown, while her sister, 25, wore a form-fitting black gown. Hill completed the chic foursome in a long-sleeved black Valentino mini-dress with a ruffled capelet and cuffs, which she teamed with sparkly, knee-high boots. Gracie, the couple's 26-year-old daughter, was reported missing since she was in New York City. 

Carly Pearce hosted the ACM Honors for the third year in a row on Wednesday at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. McGraw was among the night's honorees, which also included Clint Black, Randy Travis, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and Charlie Daniels. The Icon Award was developed to recognize an artist whose body of work has had a global impact on pop music. 

ET talked with the 56-year-old following the announcement of his Standing Room Only Tour last month, and he quipped that he's "the worst singer" in his family. "All three of them are great singers," he remarked of Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey. "At some point, I'd like to do a song with all five of us." I bring it up all the time, and they always say, 'I ain't going to sing with you, Dad.'" 

"Perhaps I'll persuade them. Perhaps they'll grow out of that phase where they don't want to sing with me. They'll sing with Mom, but I'm not sure I'll be able to keep up with the rest of them," he said. "I'm the family's worst singer." That is correct. "I'm pretty good, but I'm the family's worst singer." Perhaps the singer will attend the ACMs one day to see one of his daughters earn the Icon Award!  

When asked if his wife will accompany him on tour, McGraw joked that Hill "comes out occasionally and hangs out with us." "She loves it," he stated of his 26-year-old wife. "She has a good time on the side of the stage." We'd have her dancing all night if we had a camera on her."  Aside from seeing Hill in the wings, McGraw revealed what fans can anticipate from his upcoming tour, which Pearce will open for. 

"This is the first arena tour we've done in a long time." I'm excited about it. We've got some insane beautiful production that I'm excited for everyone to witness. This is one of the most interesting productions we've ever had. "We're going to blow it up," he claimed, before emphasizing that no pyrotechnic antics are planned for his performance.  

"I'm not much of a pyro guy." I'm terrified to death. "I know myself well enough to move around all over the place, and sure enough, when it goes off, I'll be standing right over one of those things," McGraw said. "We don't require that. "I'd set fire to my a**." The 2023 Academy of Country Music Honors is scheduled to air on Fox on Monday, Sept. 18. 

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