With a large following, Tim McGraw is consistently one of the biggest touring acts of the year. Now McGraw is embarking on his brand new Shotgun Rider Tour. Search for an upcoming concert in the schedule below and then get your Tim McGraw tickets.
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Nov 07, 2015
|KICKS 101.5 Carl Black Country Fair: Tim McGraw||Alpharetta, GA|
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre At Encore Park
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Samuel Timothy McGraw was born on May 1, 1967, in Delhi, Louisiana, to waitress Elizabeth D'Agostino Trimble and professional baseball player Tug McGraw. McGraw went to Northeast Louisiana University on a baseball scholarship in order to study sports medicine, but he quickly became interested in music instead. At school he joined a band called the Electones and learned to play guitar, on which he would frequently perform in order to earn money from tips. In 1989, McGraw decided to drop out of college and head to Nashville in order to pursue a full-time career in music.
After signing to Curb Records, McGraw released his self-titled debut album in 1993, which contained three minor hits: "Welcome to the Club," "Memory Lane," and "Two Steppin' Mind." The album wasn't much of a success, but it did set McGraw up for his next release, Not a Moment Too Soon (1994). This second album was a huge hit and contained the popular singles "Indian Outlaw," "Don't Take the Girl," "Down on the Farm," "Not a Moment Too Soon," and "Refried Dreams." Not a Moment Too Soon was the best-selling country album of 1994, won the 1994 American Music Awards Album of the Year award, and has sold over five million copies to date.
McGraw's next release, All I Want, came out in 1995 and debuted at the top of the country charts. The album contained the hits "I Like It, I Love It," "Can't Be Really Gone," "All I Want Is a Life," "She Never Lets It Go to Her Heart," and "Maybe We Should Just Sleep on It." In 1996, Tim McGraw went on his Spontaneous Combustion Tour with Faith Hill in support of All I Want, and the two performers were married later that year.
McGraw has continued to produce one chart-topping album after another throughout his career, including 1997's Everywhere, 1999's A Place in the Sun, 2001's Set This Circus Down, and 2007's Let It Go.