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.
Birthday: May 1, 1967
Top Songs: 'Everywhere,' 'Red Rag Top,' 'Back When'
Danielle Bradbery and her fans had little trouble taking down country superstar Blake Shelton and his new song, but are they up for the task of topping one of the most memorable songs from the 2014 ACM Awards?
In some ways Tim McGraw’s new single ‘Meanwhile Back at Mama’s’ is a metaphor for what’s happening in country music. There’s a lot to take in on a day-to-day basis. Flash and thunder steal the show … and then a song like this comes along and hits the reset button.
The beloved king and queen of country music, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, came together at the 2014 ACM Awards to perform a charming new song, 'Meanwhile Back at Mama's,' which paints a picture of a simpler time when things moved slower.
Country fans have their hands full deciding this battle between Music City hotties. Luke Bryan and Tim McGraw both got past tough competition to face off in this March Man-Ness regional final. It's up to fans to decide who's worthy of moving on to the Final Four.
The battle to decide Nashville's sexiest male is down to these eight country hunks. Taste of Country's March Man-Ness began with 32 good-looking men, but the field has been reduced to eight after two competitive weeks of fan voting. The regional finals include four contests that should to go down to the final minutes of voting.
Country music is gaining more recognition than ever these days, and Tim McGraw thinks it's due time. With the genre's stars selling out huge venues like Madison Square Garden and the Hollywood Bowl, it's obvious that country really is taking over.
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