Tim McGraw’s Impromptu Backstage Jam Session Of Classic Country Hit Is Perfection

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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill thrilled fans following the announcement they would be going on their third co-headlining Soul2Soul World Tour in 2017, kicking it all off earlier this year in April. In addition to announcing their tour, the country music superstars announced they would be bringing along a massive amount of opening acts.

“They are very special singers, songwriters…people that we have discovered over the last year,” Hill said according to The Boot, McGraw later adding, “There’s some fantastic acts, and some people we have a special connection to … and people that we really love.”

Making it onto the long list of artists invited on the tour is 31-year-old rising country star, Charlie Worsham. Not only inviting Worsham on their tour, McGraw lent the spotlight over to the country singer in their backstage jam session to the tune of Glen Campbell‘s “Rhinestone Cowboy.”

The pair jammed out to the ’70s country hit, transforming the glitzy tune into a stripped down rendition, allowing listeners to fully appreciate the magic of the moment. Worsham played the acoustic guitar while McGraw took lead on vocals before lending the spotlight over the young singer.

“Rhinestone Cowboy” was released by Campbell as a single off his 1974 album, quickly becoming an international success, dipping into the charts in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Ireland, and many more.

You can listen to their rendition of “Rhinestone Cowboy” below.