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Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw’s career began the day Keith Whitley died in 1989. It was then that McGraw quit college and moved to Nashville, quickly finding success singing in bars and clubs. He wouldn’t become famous for five more years, however, when ‘Indian Outlaw’ became a hit. Louisiana-born McGraw grew up believing his stepfather, Horace Smith, was his father, but at age 11 he found his birth certificate and discovered baseball’s Tug McGraw was actually his dad. The two wouldn’t grow close until years later, but the elder McGraw inspired perhaps his son’s most successful song, ‘Live Like You Were Dying.’ McGraw’s star grew even brighter when he married Faith Hill in 1996. Now, he’s among the most successful and best-selling country artists ever.

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Tim McGraw, Faith Hill to be Honored With 2014 Harmony Award

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have been impacting country music for years, both in their solo careers and the always-amazing duets like the recent 'Meanwhile Back at Mama's.' They've also managed to significantly influence the music scene in the city of Nashville, leading to their upcoming receipt of the Harmony Award.

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Tim McGraw Enters a ‘Mexicoma’ on Sundown Heaven Town Tour [Exclusive Video]

Tim McGraw has spent a large portion of 2014 out on the road for his Sundown Heaven Town Tour, traveling the country and promoting his new album. This concert clip -- available exclusively for Taste of Country readers -- shows just a slice of the delicious pie you get when you see the superstar in concert, but it's a hot bite. Watch McGraw perform 'Mexicoma' in Phoenix!

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Tim McGraw Recalls His Wild Night With Kid Rock

One of the bonus tracks on Tim McGraw's 'Sundown Heaven Town' album is a duet with Kid Rock called 'Lincoln Continentals and Cadillacs.' The star says he's a big fan of the Detroit-born country-rock rapper, dishing that Rock really knows how to party.

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Tim McGraw Explains Why He and Faith Hill Aren’t Jay-Z and Beyonce

Fans won't be seeing more photos of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill on social media anytime soon -- and that's just the way they like it.

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Tim McGraw Takes Fans Behind the Scenes of ‘Sundown Heaven Town’ Release Week [Exclusive Video]

In the wake of his 'Sundown Heaven Town' album release, Tim McGraw has been a very busy man. From radio broadcasts to his album celebration party to a 'Good Morning America' appearance, he has been all over promoting his new tunes. Now, he's taking Taste of Country Fans behind the scenes of his busy week.

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The Second Act: How Tim McGraw’s Past is Shaping His Future

Tim Mcgraw says his new album 'Sundown Heaven Town' drives forward by borrowing from his 22-year-old catalog. Whiffs of hits like 'Red Ragtop,' 'Just to See You Smile,' 'Where the Green Grass Grows' and 'Angry All the Time' seep through the speakers during songs like 'City Lights,' 'Shotgun Rider' and 'Diamond Rings and Old Bar Stools.' Beyond that, his life -- the moments and experiences t

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Jimmy Fallon Grills Tim McGraw on ‘Tonight Show Inside Look’

In celebration of Tim McGraw's 'Sundown Heaven Town' album release on Tuesday (Sept. 16), Jimmy Fallon sat down with the country star for an exclusive one-one-one interview during his 'Tonight Show Inside Look' segment.

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Tim McGraw Aims to Always ‘Push Himself Further’ as an Artist

Tim McGraw's 'Sundown Heaven Town' album was released Tuesday (Sept. 16), and the singer is pumped up about it, opening up to Taste of Country about the record and how he pushes himself as an artist.

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Tim McGraw Takes ‘Sundown Heaven Town’ to New York, Nashville [Exclusive Pictures]

Tim McGraw said he could only sing three songs for fans at an album celebration party in Franklin, Tenn. on Sunday night (Sept. 14) because he needed to save his voice for a busy week ahead. He wasn't kidding. By Wednesday, the singer had already conducted dozens of interviews. Taste of Country was on hand to collect photos from McGraw's packed media tour, and you can view them here!

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Tim McGraw Admits Faith Hill Makes Him ‘Better at Everything’

Extra husband points for Tim McGraw! On Tuesday (Sept. 16), the singer appeared on 'Good Morning America' to celebrate the release of 'Sundown Heaven Town,' and not only did he perform, but he also gave his wife quite the compliment.

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