When you need a a big effort in Nashville, why not call on one of country music's biggest power couples?
Faith Hill continued the tradition of superstar performers singing the national anthem before Nashville Predators home games with a rousing performance before a do-or-die Game 6 at Bridgestone Arena.
Her husband, singer Tim McGraw, came out afterward and waved the yellow towel to fire up the crowd.
Hill, a five-time Grammy Award winner, wore a custom No. 6 jersey with "Faith" sewn on the back. McGraw wore No. 44.
Nashville's first anthem of the Stanley Cup Playoffs was performed by Carrie Underwood before Game 3 against the Chicago Blackhawks, who has an obvious connection to the franchise being married to captain Mike Fisher. But the hit-makers kept on coming.
Luke Bryan did the honors before Game 4 in the first round. In the second round against the St. Louis Blues, Little Big Town performed before Game 3 and Vince Gill and his daughters, Jenny and Corrina, sang before Game 4 of that series.
In the Western Conference Final, it was Keith Urban, Kelly Clarkson and Trisha Yearwood for the three home games.
Earlier in the Stanley Cup Final, Martina McBride and Dierks Bentley performed the anthem.