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Tim McGraw Praises Daughter Audrey’s Cover of 'Stand by Your Man': 'She's a True Artist'

"She is so talented," McGraw raved about his 22-year-old daughter, whom he shares with wife Faith Hill

<p>Danielle Del Valle/Getty</p> Audrey and Tim McGraw in Nashville in September 2023

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Audrey and Tim McGraw in Nashville in September 2023

Tim McGraw is one proud father.

On Thursday, the Grammy Award-winning singer, 56, heaped praise on his youngest daughter Audrey, 22, as she covered Tammy Wynette’s 1968 track “Stand by Your Man.”

McGraw’s pride was shared in an Instagram video posted Thursday with the caption, “We love it when @audreymcgraw comes home and sits at the piano…. She’s a true artist and we love the things she’s writing too! #prouddad.”

The video featured two clips split across the screen, one of Audrey singing and playing the piano, while the other showed McGraw proudly listening. As the clip of Audrey’s performance finished, the video then switched to a full-screen of McGraw commenting on his daughter’s talents.

“Whew! Our baby girl Audrey. Gosh, she is so talented man,” McGraw began. “I’ve said it 100 times, all of our girls are so talented, they all sing great. Audrey is just so special, she is such an incredible writer as well."

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"I mean we get to hear this whenever she’s home, she’ll sit on the piano and we can hear this all through the house and we can hear the stuff that’s writing and I’m telling you, her voice and the things that she writes are just so mind-blowing and so deep and so special.”

Adding that his daughter is a “true artist” with a “true artist's soul” the country star continued to the camera, “Faith and I will just sit there and listen. She doesn’t know we’re listening half the time, sometimes we have to sneak around and watch her so she doesn’t see us because she’ll stop sometimes.”

McGraw then appeared to get emotional as he concluded the clip, “My goodness, I am proud. I mean, gosh, these girls! Whew.”

<p>Jason Kempin/Getty</p> Audrey McGraw, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Maggie McGraw in Nashville in August 2023

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Audrey McGraw, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Maggie McGraw in Nashville in August 2023

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The musician shares Audrey with his singer wife Faith Hill, and McGraw’s 3.6 million Instagram followers couldn’t help but comment on the similarities between Hill, 56, and her daughter’s voices.

“She sounds amazing…Her voice sounds very similar to her Mama …I know you & Faith are so proud….❤️👏💕,” wrote one, while another added, “She sounds like her mama ❤️.”

A third commented, “What the what ??! She’s her mama with a little side of Tim. 🤩 Stardust is sprinkled on this young lady.’

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty</p> Maggie McGraw, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Audrey McGraw and Gracie McGraw attend TIME 100 Gala in New York City in April 2015

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Maggie McGraw, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Audrey McGraw and Gracie McGraw attend TIME 100 Gala in New York City in April 2015

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Meanwhile, Audrey herself wrote, “Awwww hahaha ❤️ love you dad.”

Hill and McGraw are also parents to daughters Gracie, 26, and Maggie, 25. In 2015, Gracie joined her dad onstage at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville to perform their duet "Here Tonight."

During an interview with ET Canada back in August, McGraw shared how his girls are “brutally honest” and never shy away from telling him the truth.

“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,” he revealed. “And sometimes I go, ‘Dang, do we want them to be that independent and strong?’ But yeah, we’re so proud of them.”

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