Samuel Timothy McGraw popularly known as Tim McGraw was born on May 1, 1967, in Delhi, Louisiana, US. He is a singer, writer, and songwriter specializing in the Country Music genre and married to Faith Hill. His years of being active in his musical career started from 1990 to the present and started as a neo-traditional country style before developing a more crossover friendly country-pop sound. He has since released 14 studio albums, with ten of them reaching No. 1 on the Top Country Albums charts. His career made a breakthrough in 1994 with the release of the ‘Not a Moment Too Soon’ album.
All Tim McGraw’s albums have generated a total of 65 singles with 25 of them reaching No. 1 on both the Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay. Three of his most favorite singles including ‘It’s Your Love’, ‘Just to See You Smile’ and ‘Live Like You Were Dying’ released in 1997, 1998, and 2004 respectively topped Billboard Year-End. He has on his achievements 3 Grammy Awards, 11 Country Music Association (CMA) Awards, 14 American Music Awards, and 3 People’s Choice Awards.
Some of the Dancehall Doctors who have worked with Tim McGraw include Darran Smith, Bob Minner, Denny Hemingson, John Marcus, Dean Brown, Jeff McMahon, Billy Mason, and David Dunkley. Whereas some of his headlining tours include The Spontaneous Combustion Tour in 1996, The Bread and Water Tour in 1999, Set This Circus Down Tour in 2001, Live Like You Were Dying Tour in 2004, Live Your Voice Tour in 2008, Southern Voice Tour in 2010, Two Lanes of Freedom Tour in 2013, Sundown Heaven Town Tour in 2014, and Shotgun Rider Tour in 2015.
While the co-headlining tours with his wife Faith Hill include Soul2Soul Tour in 2000, Soul2Soul II Tour between 2006 and 2007. He also co-headlined with his wife in the Tim McGraw & Faith Hill Australia Tour in 2012, as well as Soul2Soul The World Tour 2017 with Faith Hill. Apart from film, he has acted in a number of television programs such as The Jeff Foxworthy Show in 1997, Sesame Street in 2000, Who Do You Think You Are in 2011, Cake Boss in 2013, Repeat After Me in 2015, and The Voice Season 11 in 2016.
The most recent awards he has earned include Grammy Award for the Best Country Collaboration with Vocals, ‘Like We Never Loved At All’ together with his wife, Faith Hill in 2006. In 2012 he won the CMA Award for the Musical Event of the Year where he collaborated with Kenny Chesney for the single ‘Feel Like A Rock Star’. He further won the British Country Music Association for the International Song of the Year for the single ‘Highway Don’t Care’ where he collaborated with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban. The other recent and notable awards include the People’s Choice Awards for the Country Music Icon in 2014, as well as the CMT Music Awards for the Video of the Year for the single ‘Humble and Kind’ in 2016.