Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and More Participate in Front Line and Essential Workers Benefit

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The stars came out in full voice and full support of front line and essential workers for CMT’s Feed the Front Line event to provide meals for those everyday heroes and those in vulnerable communities. Performers like Brad Paisley, Kelsea Ballerini, Scotty McCreery, Kip Moore, Carly Pearce, Kenny Chesney, Sheryl Crow and Grace Potter gave their time and talent to the livestream event. But it was Tim McGraw and Faith Hill that gave us goosebumps with their precious (and G-rated) PDA while they performed Alabama’s “Feels So Right.”

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The couple, who is as gorgeous today as they were when they tied the knot 23 years ago, were snuggled up on what appears to be a cozy sectional on a screened in porch. As Tim gently strums his guitar, a nearby fire crackles and casts a flickering glow on their faces. And it feels as if we’ve been invited to an intimate campfire with the pair instead of a livestream with thousands.

It’s hard to tell who is leaning into who, but Faith rests her arms on Tim’s shoulders while adding her tender harmonies to the performance and when they put their heads together, we wonder if it’s time to excuse ourselves from what feels like a private moment between the two.

If you would like to and can help CMT and the country music community provide meals for these important member of our community, it isn’t too late. Donations can still be made on the Feed the Front Line website in increments of $12. And remember, not only does your donation provide food to workers, it also provides a revenue stream for restaurants and their staffs who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.