Tim McGraw's journey to become one of the biggest names in country music is a story of perseverance. In 1993, McGraw's self-titled debut album did not register on music charts and failed to launch his career. However, McGraw did not give up and released his sophomore album, "Not a Moment Too Soon," which sold more than 5 million copies and appeared on country and pop album charts. With hit songs "Indian Outlaw," "Don't Take the Girl" and "Down on the Farm," the album became the best-selling country album of the year. This album was the spark that lit McGraw's career on fire. Since then, McGraw has won three GRAMMY® awards, released 54 Top 10 hits and 35 No. 1 tracks.
While touring for his third album, "All I Want," the artist met fellow country singer Faith Hill, who McGraw would later ask to be his wife. After they married, the artists performed several duets, winning the couple GRAMMY® awards for Best Country Vocal Collaboration in 2000 and 2005. In 2004, McGraw earned Best Male Country Vocal Performance with "Live Like You Were Dying." McGraw's latest album, "Sundown Heaven Town," continues his chart-topping streak and features two-time GRAMMY®-nominated song "Meanwhile Back at Mama's."
Past RODEOHOUSTON® Performances: 1996-97, 2003, '08, '10-11, '13
"Meanwhile Back at Mama's," "Shotgun Rider," "Highway Don't Care," "Southern Girl," "Just to See You Smile"