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.
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!
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.
Friends, family, media, songwriters and anyone lucky enough to be invited squeezed into Gray's on Main in Franklin, Tenn. on Sunday night (Sept. 14) to watch Tim McGraw play songs and talk about his new 'Sundown Heaven Town' album.
Tim McGraw agrees that the first song on his new 'Sundown Heaven Town' album could be his theme song. The banjo-laden track evokes everything he stands for: hard work, overcoming obstacles and struggles and finding time appreciate family and friends. It takes a humble man to call a song called 'Overrated' a theme song, but the 47-year-old father of three was willing to go even further.
In looking forward, Tim McGraw turned backward during the building and recording of 'Sundown Heaven Town.' Many of the 13 tracks recall some of his biggest hits of the last 20 years and do so without feeling dusty.
Tim McGraw's 'Sundown Heaven Town' album will be available on Tuesday (Sept. 16), a fact readers of Taste of Country will hardly miss. The singer has taken over the No. 1 country music news site on the web, agreeing to roll out exclusive interviews and content each day over the next two weeks.
Country newcomers Old Dominion upset a veteran named Joe Nichols earlier this week. Their song 'Shut Me Up' is proving to be as popular in this song battle as it is on satellite radio. The competition gets stiffer today and Thursday however. Can the OD nation rise again?
Are you ready for some football? Country stars like Tim McGraw and Thomas Rhett sure are! Some of Music City's top stars are just as passionate about college football as they are about their music, and they sport their college team colors with pride!
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