Billboard has reported that Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have signed new deals with Sony Music Entertainment.
Billboard announced that the couples deals with Sony are individual deals and call for multiple solo albums from each of them. It’s unclear if the projects on the table might include a joint album between the two.
McGraw was most recently signed to Big Machine, where he released his current album, Damn Country Music, in 2015. One of the singles from that album, “Humble and Kind,” took home Best Country Song honors for songwriter Lori McKenna at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday night (Feb. 12).
Hill was previously signed to Warner Bros., where she released her last full studio album of new material, Fireflies, in 2005. In November of last year, she released Deep Tracks, a compilation of album cuts from previous albums that fulfilled her contractual obligations to the label.
McGraw and Hill have a new duet titled “Keep Your Eyes on Me” on the soundtrack to McGraw’s upcoming film, The Shack, which is set for theatrical release in March. The soundtrack is due on February 24th.