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Birthname: Samuel Timothy McGraw
Nationality: American
Born: May 01 1967


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Tim McGraw has spent the last decade in the upper reaches of the entertainment world. His is a career marked by superlatives--by record-breaking tours and multi-platinum albums, and more recently by an expanding presence in movies.

And yet, at bottom, McGraw's success is part and parcel of his Everyman status, of his ability to be known as husband and father as well as singer and actor, as citizen and friend as well as superstar. It is his believability, his knack for connecting with his audiences, whether he is singing a classic like "Live Like You Were Dying" or portraying the troubled ... Read more

Tim McGraw has spent the last decade in the upper reaches of the entertainment world. His is a career marked by superlatives--by record-breaking tours and multi-platinum albums, and more recently by an expanding presence in movies.

And yet, at bottom, McGraw's success is part and parcel of his Everyman status, of his ability to be known as husband and father as well as singer and actor, as citizen and friend as well as superstar. It is his believability, his knack for connecting with his audiences, whether he is singing a classic like "Live Like You Were Dying" or portraying the troubled father in Friday Night Lights, that have made his hard-won triumphs possible.

His last album, Let It Go debuted at 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, his tenth consecutive album to do so, and it stayed there for 3 weeks. Let It Go also debuted at 1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. He has now charted 26 #1 singles and sold 34 million records. His awards to date include 3 Grammy's, 11 Academy of Country Music awards, 10 Country Music Association awards, 9 American Music awards and 3 People's Choice awards.

In 2006, McGraw and wife Faith Hill made history with the highest-grossing tour in country music - and one of the top five in all genres of music- with ‚"Soul2Soul II". Following his acting debut in 2004's critically acclaimed Friday Night Lights, he appeared in the lead role in the 2006 film Flicka, which has grossed $21 million at the box office, garnered a Broadcast Film Critics nomination for Best Song for "My Little Girl" which was co-written by McGraw.

McGraw's musical genius is a testament to the instincts and tenacity of the man who claims the town of Start, Louisiana, as his home. He grew up loving music and sports, his father was baseball great Tug McGraw, but it was music that carried the day. McGraw played solo in regional nightspots, then headed to Nashville, where he joined the throng of young hopefuls vying for attention. His on-stage charisma helped land him a record deal, and his debut album hit the stores in April 1993. After he and Faith Hill turned his ‚"Spontaneous Combustion Tour‚" into romance and then marriage, their duet "It's Your Love" was named Single of the Year by the ACM, Billboard, Radio and Records and received Video of the Year honors from CMT, which also named Tim "Male Artist of the Year." Tim had similar sweeps with 1998's "Just To See You Smile" from the Everywhere album, with "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me," another duet with Faith, and with "Live Like You Were Dying" more recently. "It's Your Love" was voted CMT's top video of all time and was the most-played single since Billboard began monitoring airplay. Tellingly, Tim has had at least one 1 single every year since 1994.

He remains an artist unafraid of breaking new ground, whether it is collaborating with Nelly on "Over And Over" which rode atop the pop charts for an incredible 13 weeks, or taking Ryan Adams' "When The Stars Go Blue" to the upper regions of the country charts or his "Cold, Cold Heart" duet with Tony Bennett. In additional new territory, McGraw also turned his attention to business, both in his new record company (StyleSonic Records) and in his association with the Nashville KATS of the Arena Football League.

Day to day, though, his is a world where home and family dominate. He plans his tours around family life and his daughters school schedules, and home remains the bottom line for him, a way to anchor the heady triumphs and demands of a life in the spotlight. It is an approach fully appreciated by fans and peers alike, one that has earned him respect and affection as well as accolades, and one that keeps him in the front ranks of American entertainers.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Tim McGraw has spent the last decade in the upper reaches of the entertainment world. His is a career marked by superlatives--by record-breaking tours and multi-platinum albums, and more recently by an expanding presence in movies.

And yet, at bottom, McGraw's success is part and parcel of his Everyman status, of his ability to be known as husband and father as well as singer and actor, as citizen and friend as well as superstar. It is his believability, his knack for connecting with his audiences, whether he is singing a classic like "Live Like You Were Dying" or portraying the troubled father in Friday Night Lights, that have made his hard-won triumphs possible.

His last album, Let It Go debuted at 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, his tenth consecutive album to do so, and it stayed there for 3 weeks. Let It Go also debuted at 1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. He has now charted 26 #1 singles and sold 34 million records. His awards to date include 3 Grammy's, 11 Academy of Country Music awards, 10 Country Music Association awards, 9 American Music awards and 3 People's Choice awards.

In 2006, McGraw and wife Faith Hill made history with the highest-grossing tour in country music - and one of the top five in all genres of music- with ‚"Soul2Soul II". Following his acting debut in 2004's critically acclaimed Friday Night Lights, he appeared in the lead role in the 2006 film Flicka, which has grossed $21 million at the box office, garnered a Broadcast Film Critics nomination for Best Song for "My Little Girl" which was co-written by McGraw.

McGraw's musical genius is a testament to the instincts and tenacity of the man who claims the town of Start, Louisiana, as his home. He grew up loving music and sports, his father was baseball great Tug McGraw, but it was music that carried the day. McGraw played solo in regional nightspots, then headed to Nashville, where he joined the throng of young hopefuls vying for attention. His on-stage charisma helped land him a record deal, and his debut album hit the stores in April 1993. After he and Faith Hill turned his ‚"Spontaneous Combustion Tour‚" into romance and then marriage, their duet "It's Your Love" was named Single of the Year by the ACM, Billboard, Radio and Records and received Video of the Year honors from CMT, which also named Tim "Male Artist of the Year." Tim had similar sweeps with 1998's "Just To See You Smile" from the Everywhere album, with "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me," another duet with Faith, and with "Live Like You Were Dying" more recently. "It's Your Love" was voted CMT's top video of all time and was the most-played single since Billboard began monitoring airplay. Tellingly, Tim has had at least one 1 single every year since 1994.

He remains an artist unafraid of breaking new ground, whether it is collaborating with Nelly on "Over And Over" which rode atop the pop charts for an incredible 13 weeks, or taking Ryan Adams' "When The Stars Go Blue" to the upper regions of the country charts or his "Cold, Cold Heart" duet with Tony Bennett. In additional new territory, McGraw also turned his attention to business, both in his new record company (StyleSonic Records) and in his association with the Nashville KATS of the Arena Football League.

Day to day, though, his is a world where home and family dominate. He plans his tours around family life and his daughters school schedules, and home remains the bottom line for him, a way to anchor the heady triumphs and demands of a life in the spotlight. It is an approach fully appreciated by fans and peers alike, one that has earned him respect and affection as well as accolades, and one that keeps him in the front ranks of American entertainers.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Tim McGraw has spent the last decade in the upper reaches of the entertainment world. His is a career marked by superlatives--by record-breaking tours and multi-platinum albums, and more recently by an expanding presence in movies.

And yet, at bottom, McGraw's success is part and parcel of his Everyman status, of his ability to be known as husband and father as well as singer and actor, as citizen and friend as well as superstar. It is his believability, his knack for connecting with his audiences, whether he is singing a classic like "Live Like You Were Dying" or portraying the troubled father in Friday Night Lights, that have made his hard-won triumphs possible.

His last album, Let It Go debuted at 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, his tenth consecutive album to do so, and it stayed there for 3 weeks. Let It Go also debuted at 1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. He has now charted 26 #1 singles and sold 34 million records. His awards to date include 3 Grammy's, 11 Academy of Country Music awards, 10 Country Music Association awards, 9 American Music awards and 3 People's Choice awards.

In 2006, McGraw and wife Faith Hill made history with the highest-grossing tour in country music - and one of the top five in all genres of music- with ‚"Soul2Soul II". Following his acting debut in 2004's critically acclaimed Friday Night Lights, he appeared in the lead role in the 2006 film Flicka, which has grossed $21 million at the box office, garnered a Broadcast Film Critics nomination for Best Song for "My Little Girl" which was co-written by McGraw.

McGraw's musical genius is a testament to the instincts and tenacity of the man who claims the town of Start, Louisiana, as his home. He grew up loving music and sports, his father was baseball great Tug McGraw, but it was music that carried the day. McGraw played solo in regional nightspots, then headed to Nashville, where he joined the throng of young hopefuls vying for attention. His on-stage charisma helped land him a record deal, and his debut album hit the stores in April 1993. After he and Faith Hill turned his ‚"Spontaneous Combustion Tour‚" into romance and then marriage, their duet "It's Your Love" was named Single of the Year by the ACM, Billboard, Radio and Records and received Video of the Year honors from CMT, which also named Tim "Male Artist of the Year." Tim had similar sweeps with 1998's "Just To See You Smile" from the Everywhere album, with "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me," another duet with Faith, and with "Live Like You Were Dying" more recently. "It's Your Love" was voted CMT's top video of all time and was the most-played single since Billboard began monitoring airplay. Tellingly, Tim has had at least one 1 single every year since 1994.

He remains an artist unafraid of breaking new ground, whether it is collaborating with Nelly on "Over And Over" which rode atop the pop charts for an incredible 13 weeks, or taking Ryan Adams' "When The Stars Go Blue" to the upper regions of the country charts or his "Cold, Cold Heart" duet with Tony Bennett. In additional new territory, McGraw also turned his attention to business, both in his new record company (StyleSonic Records) and in his association with the Nashville KATS of the Arena Football League.

Day to day, though, his is a world where home and family dominate. He plans his tours around family life and his daughters school schedules, and home remains the bottom line for him, a way to anchor the heady triumphs and demands of a life in the spotlight. It is an approach fully appreciated by fans and peers alike, one that has earned him respect and affection as well as accolades, and one that keeps him in the front ranks of American entertainers.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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