Gracie McGraw Shows Off Singing Skills By Performing Song From “Wicked”

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All three of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘s daughters have proven to be strong vocalists. Their eldest, Gracie, even recorded a duet with her father that appeared on one of his albums.

Titled “Here Tonight,” the song was featured as the first track on Tim’s 2015 album Damn Country Music. Just months before the album’s release, Gracie joined her father to deliver a live performance of “Here Tonight” at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

Years later, fans got the chance to hear Gracie showcase her singing skills yet again. In 2019, Tim posted a video on Instagram that shows him and Gracie singing the 1981 duet “What Kind of Fool” by Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibbs while riding together in the car.

Tim made it clear he was impressed with her daughter’s vocals, captioning the video, “PIPES!!!!!!……Dang, this girl can sing!

In case you needed further proof of Gracie’s talent, look no further than the clip below.

The 23-year-old took to her own Instagram to share a video of herself singing one of the songs from the popular musical, Wicked. She performed “I’m Not That Girl,” which is sung by the musical’s lead character, Elphaba.

Gracie sang along with a karaoke track, so her voice is the only one you hear in the clip. Her performance may be short, but it still managed to illustrate the depth of her range and the control she has over her tone. It’s impressive, to say the least!

Scroll below to hear Gracie sing “I’m Not That Girl” so you can get a complete grasp of how talented she is. She certainly inherited her parents’ musical skills!