Tim McGraw Biography
Tim McGraw is an American singer, songwriter and actor that is best known for singles “It’s Your Love”, “Just to See You Smile”, and “Live Like You Were Dying”.
Born Samuel Timothy McGraw on May 1, 1967, he learned how to play guitar in college. Moving to Nashville, he caught the eye of the label Curb Records. His first singles from the album Tim McGraw had almost no success whatsoever.
Breakthrough & Follow Up
Not giving up, he issued a second album titled Not a Moment Too Soon. It became the best-selling album of the year 1994. One of its singles “Don’t Take the Girl” was Tim’s first number one hit.
He released three more albums by the end of the 20th century, that built up his fame. In 2001 the album Set This Circus Down saw the light of day, with singles like “Grown Men Don’t Cry”, “Angry All the Time” and “The Cowboy in Me”.
Pairing with his tour band The Dancehall Doctors, he issued the album Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors in 2002. After the Live Like You Were Dying (2004), Tim released six more albums that made his fanbase go wild.
Tim McGraw won several Awards, including Billboard Awards for Male Artist of the Year, Top New Country Artist and Top New Country Album, Grammy Awards, People’s Choice Awards and American Music Awards.
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