Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, the first couple of country music, have an electric chemistry only rivaled by the lights of the Las Vegas strip. So they brought their amazing show to The Venetian in Las Vegas – and we want you to go!
Theirs is an original country-headliners-match-made-in-heaven story. Two big names. Love. Marriage. Successful careers. Amazing music.
In honor of the recent Soul2Soul contest (where you could win tickets to see Tim McGraw and Faith Hill live in Las Vegas), we want to know...
Dolly Parton is used to having many things named after her — like her theme park, Dollywood. But now, the country music is being made into a new slot machine in partnership with International Game Technology (IGT).
It’s been more than five years since Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have toured together domestically, but the first couple of country music is reprising their wildly popular Soul2Soul co-headlining tour as part of a residency venture with the Venetian Las Vegas. The extravagant stage production will kick off on Dec. 7 and will run through April 2013.
Las Vegas’ Venetian Hotel is said to be making an announcement this week about the biggest musical event in its history — and we think it’s safe to assume that they’ll be publicizing a Tim McGraw and Faith Hill residency in Sin City.
Just as we thought Garth Brooks‘ Wynn Las Vegas Encore Theater residency was coming to an end, the iconic entertainer has released a string of new dates for the stage show, which will take place between September and November of 2012.
Taylor Swift can add yet another trophy to her already-full mantle. The 21-year-old singer won Entertainer of the Year at the 2011 Academy of Country Music Awards, held Sunday evening in Las Vegas.
The big winner of the night, though, was Miranda Lambert, whose Grammy-winning song ‘The House That Built Me’ took home awards for Single Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Video of the Year. Lamb
The biggest stars in Hollywood and Nashville made the trip to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas for the 2011 Academy of Country Music Awards.
Among the many A-listers attending were Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert, Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland, 'Dancing With the Stars' beauty Julianne Hough and, of course, Entertainer of the Year winner Taylor Swift.