Tim McGraw proved he’s one of the best country singers of his generation with numerous awards from different award-giving bodies. Also, he has sold a million copies of albums all over the world. McGraw placed number one singles on the country charts as well. With this, he has earned credibility making him one of Country’s best-selling star in the music industry.
“Don’t Take The Girl” was McGraw’s very first number one single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It was part of his album “Not A Moment Too Soon.” It became number one from May 28 to June 4, 1994. On the other hand, he earned his second number one single when he released his single “Just To See You Smile.” It topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart from January 17 to February 21, 1998.
I Like It, I Love It…
Then, from September 16 to October 14, 1995, McGraw earned his third number one single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. “I Like It, I Love It” was released in August 1995 and was part of McGraw’s album “All I Want.” The words and lyrics were created by Jeb Stuart Anderson, Steve Dukes, and Mark Hall.
Moreover, the song topped the Canadian Country Tracks from September 25 to October 2, 1995. Overall, “I Like It, I Love It” is McGraw’s ninth number single of his career.
We all know that Tim McGraw is one of the most soulful country artists of this generation. Also, he is considered one of the best male country artists in the industry. Tim McGraw believes Keith Whitley as his hero. Due to Whitley’s death, McGraw decided to drop out of college and go to Nashville to pursue his country music career.
Furthermore, Tim McGraw rose to prominence when he released his album “Not A Moment Too Soon.” Prior to releasing the album, McGraw struggled to penetrate the country music scheme. But he didn’t stop, and he works hard to reach his dreams. Now, he is one of the best male country artists in the industry.
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