"It was reported on social media that that McGraw stumbled in the dark and hit the ground after singing 'Humble and Kind".
McGraw, 50, left the stage and wife Faith Hill annouced that the show was over. I apologize, but I made the decision that he can not come back out onstage, ' she said as she told the crowd he would not be performing for the rest of the show. Their first duet together, "It's Your Love", was on McGraw's 1997 "Everywhere" album, which was followed by "Just to Hear You Say That You Love Me", from Hill's multiplatinum album "Faith". The crowd erupted in applause at hearing this and began chanting, "Get well, Tim!" He was attended to by local medical staff on-site and will be fine. After her announcement Hill performed a gospel song called "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" and ended the show.
Tim who is the son of baseball player Tug McGraw has enjoyed an illustrious music career which has seen him win a string of American Music Awards and Country Music Awards. His next scheduled concert is May 31st in Richmond, Virginia, as part of the Soul2Soul Tour with Hill.
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