Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw Shouts “Please Remember Me” On His Birthday

Today is May 1, 2018, and folks it’s Tim McGraw’s natal day. With this, let’s all remember and greet the one and only man who sturdily believes in faith, a Happy Birthday. Born on May 1, 1967, Samuel Timothy McGraw is a native of Delhi, Louisiana. He’s now 51 years old, but he’s active and still making the best music.

McGraw’s voice can reach country music enthusiasts from the young to the elderly. He can touch us through his choice of music. Moreover, the themes of his songs can reach out to everyone from heartbreak, to family, to friendship, to life, and to experiences.

Here are the best looks, unforgettable albums and music videos of Tim McGraw all throughout the years.

1994…

Tim Mcgraw rose to stardom in 1994 with his breakthrough album “Not A Moment Too Soon.” The album became McGraw’s best-selling in that year. Since then, he made more country music and penetrated the industry through his soulful tunes.

1995 and 1996…

In 1995, he released “All I Want” which his another chart-topping album. McGraw’s single on that album “I Like It, I Love It” reached No. 1 on the country charts. In 1996, McGraw headlined the most successful country tour of the year.

1997…

“Everywhere” his album in 1997, again, topped the chart. It reached No.2 as the best-selling album. Four singles such as “It’s Your Love,” “Everywhere,” “Where the Green Grass Grows,” and “Just to See You Smile” became chart-topping from the album.

1998 and 1999…

McGraw’s success continues, in fact, in 1999, his album “A Place In The Sun,” again, topped the chart. The album included his one of the greatest songs of all time “Please Remember Me.”

He consecutively won the “Male Vocalist of the Year” at the Academy of Country Music Awards.

2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, and 2007…

In 2000, he released his album “Greatest Hits.” In the same year, he went Soul2Soul tour with Faith Hill.

Furthermore, in April 2001 McGraw released “Set This Circus Down” with his No.1 single “The Cowboy In Me.” “Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors” was released in 2002. In 2004, “Live Like You Were Dying” was released. He dedicated the song to his dad who died of brain tumor in that year.

McGraw released his 11th album “Let It Go.” His single “Last Dollar (Fly Away)” became No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

2009…

While continuing making music, McGraw penetrated the movies. Alongside with Academy winner Sandra Bullock, he starred in the movie “The Blind Side.”

 2011 and 2013…

In 2011, McGraw released his album “Christmas All over the World” while in 2013 he released “Two Lanes of Freedom.”

2014 and 2015…

Moreover, McGraw released a single titled “Lookin’ for That Girl” in January 2014 as the lead-off single to his second album for Big Machine. On August 10, 2015, McGraw released a new single to digital retailers, titled “Top of the World,” which was later released to radio on August 17, 2015, as the lead single to his third studio album for Big Machine Records.

2016…

In 2016, he released his “Humble and Kind” single.

2017 and 2018…

McGraw and Hill announced that they would be going back on the road together again on the “Soul2Soul World Tour.” The tour began on April 7, 2017, in New Orleans and will continue into 2018, incorporating the C2C: Country to Country festival held in the UK throughout March 2018.

Tim McGraw didn’ change at all. He still making the best music and the hottest country male artist of his generation.

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