The Nashville Predators unveiled their new jerseys on Aug. 5, and they got a little help from Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.

Just before headlining night two of their back-to-back sold-out shows at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena while on the 2017 Soul2Soul Tour, the power couple posed with the newly designed Adizero jerseys that the Predators players will wear during the 2017-2018 season, standing in front of a prominent Stand With Us sign. Fittingly, both were holding jerseys with their last names on the back, McGraw's boasting the No. 44 while Hill's is No. 6.

The new jerseys bear numerous Music City icons, with a guitar pick on the shoulder, piano keys on the upper collar and guitar strings lacing the sleeves and player numbers on the back. "Sneak peek at the new @predsnhl jersey. Can't wait for next season!" Hill writes in an Instagram post showing off the fresh design. The country stars hold a prominent position with the Nashville team and its fanbase, as McGraw's classic hit "I Like It, I Love It" plays whenever the team scores a goal. Hill blew the crowd away when she sang the National Anthem before Game 6 of the 2017 Stanley Cup Finals at Bridgestone.

The "It's Your Love" singers enjoyed a two-night stay at the Nashville arena on Aug. 4 and Aug. 5, performing hit after hit including Hill's “This Kiss,” “Piece of My Heart” and “Breathe" and McGraw's “Real Good Man,” “Where the Green Grass Grows” and “Humble and Kind." They continue on the Soul2Soul Tour through October.

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