Tim McGraw: Daughter Audrey's 'Stand by Your Man' Cover Is Artistic

McGraw said, "She is so talented," referring to his daughter, 22, whom he shares with his spouse Faith Hill. Tim McGraw is a very happy dad.

The 56-year-old Grammy Award-winning musician gave his 22-year-old youngest daughter Audrey a lot of love on Thursday while she performed a copy of Tammy Wynette's 1968 song "Stand by Your Man."

In an Instagram video uploaded on Thursday, McGraw expressed her pride and said, "We adore it when @audreymcgraw comes home and sits at the piano. 

We adore the things she writes, and she is a great artist! #proudfather.

Two segments were displayed in the video, one of which showed Audrey playing the piano and singing, and the other of which showed McGraw listening with pride. 

Following Audrey's performance, the video cut to a full-screen shot of McGraw praising his daughter's abilities.

"Whoa! Audrey, our infant daughter. McGraw started, "Gosh, she is so talented man."

"I've said it a hundred times: our girls are all incredibly gifted singers. Audrey is not just an amazing writer, but she is also very unique."

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