On the Live Finale of The Voice Season 13, Adam Levine’s one and only artist Addison Agen will perform the song “Humble and Kind.” Country singer Tim McGraw made the song famous last year although he didn’t write it. Lori McKenna, the songwriter also behind Little Big Town‘s hit “Girl Crush”, wrote “Humble and Kind” inspired by her husband and their five children (ages 12 to 27). McKenna told CMT she wrote the song in between dropping off the kids and picking them up at school. “I probably didn’t get out of my pajamas until I had to pick up the kids at 2:45. I always call those ‘spaghetti days,’ because spaghetti is the only thing I can cook in 15 minutes if I’m chasing a song. My family knows.” When Tim McGraw heard the song he saw it “as this worldly thing,” says McKenna.
Sorry goes when McGraw was thinking about the music video for “Humble and Kind” he was on a treadmill watching a trailer for Oprah Winfrey‘s 2015 documentary series Belief. McGraw asked Winfrey if he could use some of the scenes from the series and she agreed. McGraw’s “Humble and Kind” video, which was directed by Wes Edwards, won “Video of the Year” at the 2016 CMT Music Awards. See below. The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8pm on NBC.