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Tim McGraw Aims to Connect with Fans in Las Vegas Show

Tim McGraw, Faith Hill

LAS VEGAS, NV – DECEMBER 08: Singer/songwriter Tim McGraw (L) and singer Faith Hill perform during the opening weekend of their limited-engagement ‘Soul2Soul’ show at The Venetian on December 8, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The country music couple is scheduled to perform on 10 weekends through April 2013. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Getty Images)

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are used to performing on stage with big production numbers. Their fans also expect lots of exciting sights and sounds from the pair. For those planning to see Tim and Faith in their Soul2Soul show at The Venetian in Las Vegas though, they’re in for a different kind of performance.

“It’s such an intimate setting,” Tim said. “I think that the main thing that we’re going to look at it is, as a chance to really connect with a small amount of people. Eighteen hundred people at one time in which… is a totally different thing than anything that we’re used to doing.”

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The new Soul2Soul show isn’t like any of the pair’s previous Soul2Soul tours either. “In the past, it’s been two songs together then Faith would do her show, then we’d do two songs together, then I would do my show and then we would do 2 or 3 songs together at the end,” Tim said. “So it’s been us together touring, but it’s also been our shows individually at the same time. That was really the focus of doing this, is this is really a chance to do something in a setting in one place, in a small, intimate setting that we could actually be onstage the entire time together.”

Soul2Soul opened in Las Vegas last weekend. The pair have nine more weekends scheduled at The Venetian through April.


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