72 Facts About Tim McGraw

1. In 2002 Tim McGraw broke with Nashville convention by recording with his touring band, the Dancehall Doctors, and by releasing the controversial single "Red Ragtop"; a few country radio stations refused to play the song because its story line involved an abortion.

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2. Tim McGraw had a surprise up his sleeve during his pre-Super Bowl concert on Sunday.

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3. Tim McGraw ushered in some fun in at the pregame show, plus an unexpected appearance from Kane Brown.

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4. In 2002 Tim McGraw broke with Nashville convention by recording with his touring band, the Dancehall Doctors, and by releasing the controversial single "Red Ragtop"; a few country radio stations refused to play the song because its story line involved an abortion.

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5. In 2002 Tim McGraw broke with Nashville convention by recording with his touring band, the Dancehall Doctors, and by releasing the controversial single "Red Ragtop"; a few country radio stations refused to play the song because its story line involved an abortion.

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6. In 2002 Tim McGraw broke with Nashville convention by recording with his touring band, the Dancehall Doctors, and by releasing the controversial single "Red Ragtop"; a few country radio stations refused to play the song because its story line involved an abortion.

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7. Tim McGraw was 18 years old when Tug first realized how much Tim looked like him at that age, and he acknowledged paternity.

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8. Tim McGraw will perform his single "Thought About You" and other songs during the tailgate party, which will air live on CBS during The Super Bowl Today.

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9. Tim McGraw performs during dinners and auctions to benefit children with disabilities.

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10. Tim McGraw supports the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center, the David Foster Foundation, which helps families of children in need of organ transplants, and Musicians on Call, which brings music to hospital patients' bedsides.

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11. Tim McGraw is among the stars of Dirty Girl, a film that premiered on September 12, 2010, at the Toronto Film Festival, along with Juno Temple, Milla Jovovich, William H Macy and Dwight Yoakam.

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12. In 2002, Tim McGraw bucked country music traditions by recording his seventh studio album Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors with his tour band The Dancehall Doctors.

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13. Tim McGraw has claimed his roommates often hid the guitar because he was so bad.

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14. Tim McGraw has a strong appeal on stage, which has led to his album sales worth millions.

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15. Tim McGraw married Faith Hill, another celebrated country star, in 1996.

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16. Tim McGraw is one of the most popular country singers in the world.

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17. In 2007, Tim McGraw was on stage with his wife Faith Hill in Louisiana and a fan grabbed his crotch.

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18. At the time, Tim McGraw had recently broken an engagement to Kristine Donahue, and Hill was engaged to Scott Hendricks, a record producer who had helmed her first two albums.

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19. Tim McGraw has released thirteen studio albums: eleven for Curb Records and two for Big Machine Records.

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20. Tim McGraw has had a multi-decade long singing career with dozens of hit songs, Platinum albums and successful tours.

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21. Tim McGraw enrolled in Northeast Louisiana University on a baseball scholarship and studied prelaw before leaving to pursue music.

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22. In an interview with Larry King, Tim McGraw revealed that he didn't learn the truth about his father until he was about 11 years old.

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23. Tim McGraw is one of the most recognizable names in country music, having sold over 75 million records over his decades-long career that has seen him release 14 studio albums and take home numerous awards including three GRAMMY Awards and 11 Country Music Association Awards.

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24. Tim McGraw has been involved in several philanthropic works since he came to stardom.

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25. Tim McGraw is a Democrat and dream of holding a public office as a Senate or Governor of Tennessee shortly.

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26. Tim McGraw had a small part in the Michael Mann-produced 2007 film The Kingdom, reuniting him with Friday Night Lights director Peter Berg.

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27. Tim McGraw has been married to fellow singer Faith Hill since 1996, and is the son of the late baseball player Tug McGraw.

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28. Tim McGraw is a member of the American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet and donates a lot of his time, funds, skills and fame along with other celebrities to help the Red Cross to high light important initiatives.

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29. Tim McGraw gave a copy of his demo single to his father.

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30. Tim McGraw came to the notice of Curb Records in the year 1990.

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31. Tim McGraw always loved to play competitive sports since he was a child.

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32. Tim McGraw was raised by his mother in Start for some time and then in Richland Parish which is on the east of Monroe for some time.

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33. Tim McGraw is a famous country singer who happens to be the son of the late baseball player Tug McGraw.

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34. Tim McGraw had 11 consecutive albums debut at Number One on the Billboard albums charts.

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35. Tim McGraw began his professional career as a country singer after his ability was seen by Curb Records in 1992.

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36. Tim McGraw is deserved for that sum most since many of his single and record topped global country charts and sold 40 million units in the US exclusively.

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37. Tim McGraw has a height of 6 feet and weight of 180 lbs (81.6 kg).

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38. Tim McGraw gave a begin to his career when he joined some nearby groups.

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39. Tim McGraw is not only a great singer and performer, but he has shown off his acting skills in some pretty big movies.

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40. Tim McGraw has recently been nominated for five 2017 American Country Music Awards.

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41. In 2002 Tim McGraw broke with Nashville convention by recording with his touring band, the Dancehall Doctors, and by releasing the controversial single "Red Ragtop"; a few country radio stations refused to play the song because its story line involved an abortion.

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42. Tim McGraw lives in a six-bedroom home on 200 acres just outside of Nashville.

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43. Tim McGraw collected several other nominations for A Place in the Sun from awards ceremonies to be held in 2000.

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44. In the meantime, Tim McGraw began to diversify in order to have options in case his popularity bottomed out.

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45. Tim McGraw met him once at a game in Houston, but his biological father showed little interest in maintaining a close relationship.

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46. On Wednesday, Tim McGraw seemed to be preparing for the day when he shared a photo of a group of turkeys on Instagram.

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47. Tim McGraw thinks that power of songs, especially country ones, is that they can give listeners all the feels.

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48. Tim McGraw watched an advance copy of the film, he says, and was immediately hooked.

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49. Tim McGraw was so moved by the pomp and ceremony back in July, 1981 he was inspired to put pen to paper and craft his first tune.

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50. Tim McGraw wrote his first song about Prince Charles and Lady Diana's wedding.

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51. Tim McGraw was inspired by Charles and Diana to write his first song.

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52. Tim McGraw holds a private pilot license and owns a single-engine Cirrus SR22.

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53. In a 2008 interview with People magazine, Tim McGraw referred to himself as a "Blue Dog Democrat" and stated his and his family's support for Barack Obama.

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54. Tim McGraw has helped out with charity events held by Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre.

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55. Tim McGraw is a member of the American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet, to which various celebrities donate their time, skills, and fame, to help the Red Cross highlight important initiatives and response efforts.

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56. Tim McGraw had a small part in the Michael Mann–produced 2007 film The Kingdom, reuniting him with Friday Night Lights director Peter Berg.

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57. Tim McGraw has occasionally served as a record producer in collaboration with Byron Gallimore, who has co-produced all of his albums.

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58. Tim McGraw released a single titled "Lookin' for That Girl" in January 2014 as the lead-off single to his second album for Big Machine.

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59. As of fall 2010, Tim McGraw had finished work on the album Emotional Traffic, his last album with Curb Records.

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60. Tim McGraw was set to debut a new song on the 2009 ACM Awards, but then cancelled his performance; he was replaced by Blake Shelton, who sang "She Wouldn't Be Gone".

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61. Tim McGraw released his third greatest-hits package, Greatest Hits 3 on October 7, 2008.

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62. Tim McGraw produced the debut album of country music duo Halfway to Hazard.

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63. Tim McGraw released his eleventh studio album, Let It Go, on March 27, 2007.

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64. Tim McGraw came to Chesney's aid after police officers nearby believed the horse was being stolen and tried to arrest him.

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65. In 2000, Tim McGraw released his first Greatest Hits album, which topped the country albums charts for nine weeks and sold nearly 6 million copies, making this one of the biggest-selling albums in the modern country market.

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66. Tim McGraw recorded two more duets with his wife in the late-1990s, both of which appeared on her albums.

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67. Tim McGraw contributed a song for the Grammy-winning tribute album to Bob Wills entitled Ride With Bob.

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68. In 1996, Tim McGraw headlined the most successful country tour of the year, The Spontaneous Combustion Tour, with Faith Hill as his supporting act.

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69. On the strength of this success, Tim McGraw won Academy of Country Music awards for Album of the Year and Top New Male Vocalist in 1994.

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70. Tim McGraw came to the attention of Curb Records in 1990.

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71. At age 11, Tim McGraw discovered his birth certificate while searching in his mother's closet to look for a picture for a school project.

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72. Tim McGraw has officially released his latest original track, "Gravity.

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