The 48-year-old country superstar is coming up on two decades of marriage to Faith Hill, and together they're parents to three daughters. While the couple's first-born child, Gracie, makes a vocal appearance on McGraw's latest album, the singer adorably revealed to ET that she has no interest in taking his advice on her own road to music stardom.
"No, she doesn't listen to dad," McGraw quipped on the Academy of Country Music Awards red carpet in Las Vegas on Sunday. "She's way more talented than I am, anyway. She doesn't need any advice from me. She's so bubbly and she fills up a room when she walks in. She's got so much talent and is such a great songwriter, we're going to hear from her down the road, for sure."
McGraw walked the red carpet solo at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, but he and Hill weren't shy about showing off their ACMs PDA in a series of swoon-worthy Instagram shots.
"I'm always way over my head, for sure," McGraw gushed of his longtime love.
The nine-time ACM winner also got candid about the significance of his current single, "Humble and Kind," which he performed later that night.
"It's just about looking at yourself, what you can do to improve the world, what you can do to be a better person, and what you can do to sort of influence the environment of people around you," he said.
"I've been in this business for a long time and I've been fortunate enough to record songs from fantastic songwriters, and songs that have been very successful and touched a nerve in people," he added. "I think, as an artist, that's what you're supposed to strive to do. You strive to sort of move people in a way that's different than just ordinary things. I've been fortunate enough to be able to have songs that do that."