Tim McGraw

Florida Georgia Line talk working with Tim McGraw for 'powerful' new video

Florida Georgia Line, the genre-bending country duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, have earned an enormous following with their hard-partying tunes like megasingle “Cruise” feat. Nelly, which launched the group into the arena-headlining stratosphere for their annual tours and just became the first song in the format to achieve diamond status.

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Damn Country Music by Tim McGraw: EW review

With more than 40 million albums sold, the country king isn’t giving in to Nashville trends, so on his 14th studio LP, McGraw does what he damn well pleases: The album avoids bro country for slow-rolling soul-searchers and uplifting soft-rockers. While he’s not taking risks—even a duet with daughter Gracie is a lovely echo of his classic songs with wife Faith Hill—these tunes are as comfy as a pair of worn Lucchese boots. B

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Tim McGraw throws World Series pitch in honor of late father

Tim McGraw was honored on Saturday night when he threw out the first pitch at Game 4 of the World Series. On the New York Mets home turf, the moment had special meaning for the country star. His father, Frank Edwin “Tug” McGraw Jr., was a Mets pitcher from 1965 to 1974.

Tug died in 2004, but left a major Mets legacy when he popularized the slogan “Ya Gotta Believe!” during the team’s 1973 pennant chase.

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Tim McGraw brings daughter onstage to perform duet

Faith Hill isn’t the only musical member of Tim McGraw’s family. At McGraw’s Nashville show at Bridgestone Arena Saturday, the country star invited his 18-year-old daughter, Gracie, up on stage to perform a duet.

The Tennessean reports that the two performed a new song titled “Here Tonight.” The show continued to be a family affair, and Hill also joined McGraw to perform their ’90s hit “It’s Your Love.”

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