- Wed Oct 5, 2016, 5:58 AM GMT
The country music couple will be touring together again on the 'Soul2Soul World Tour' next year in celebration of their 20th wedding anniversary.READ MORE
Tim McGraw, born May 1, 1967, is well-seated among the huge players in the country music league. Son of New York Mets player, Tug McGraw, Tim was born in Delhi, Louisiana where his mother was sent by her parents to give birth. Tim believed that his stepfather, Horace Smith, was his biological father until the age of 11 when he discovered Tug's name in his birth certificate.
Tug did not acknowledge Tim as his son at first but he soon realized that Tim looked like him at the age of 18. Naturally, Tim was in love with competitive sports including baseball since he was a child. He even attended the University of Louisiana at Monroe on baseball scholarship. But guitar also gained his attention during the college years although he was not good at playing it at first.
McGraw wins the Video of the Year, the biggest prize of the night, for 'Humble and Kind', while Underwood takes home two awards for her hit 'Smoke Break'.READ MORE
According to new report, Tim, who is a father to a three daughters Gracie, 18, Maggie, 17, and Audrey, 14, has always been dreaming of having a son.READ MORE
While the country star plans to keep the concert, which pro-gun critics call a 'gun control fundraiser' going on, his opening act Billy Currington has decided to drop out.READ MORE
The country superstar fills in for Glen Campbell to perform 'I'm Not Gonna Miss You' from the documentary 'I'll Be Me' while the British songbird sings 'Grateful' from 'Beyond the Lights'.READ MORE
McGraw will sing the track from the 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me' documentary on behalf of Campbell who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2011.READ MORE