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.

Chris Pratt Tells His Embarrassing Tim McGraw Story
While Chris Pratt was promoting his Guardians of the Galaxy sequel on Late Night With Seth Meyers (May 3), he shared a hilarious story about the time he met country superstar Tim McGraw.
What would you do if you met one of your idols? Well, if you’re Pratt, you fumble on thoughts befo…
Tim McGraw: Pictures Through the Years
May 1 is May Day, Lei Day in Hawaii, and it's Tim McGraw's birthday! The country superstar shot to fame when "Indian Outlaw" hit the earbuds of country fans, and his music has been a constant in the genre ever since.

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