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Tim McGraw Bio

Tim McGraw is one of country music’s best-loved performers. Since the early 1990s, Tim McGraw tickets and Tim McGraw albums have been among the hottest sellers in the music industry. And McGraw has stayed on top since his breakout, continued to fine-tune his distinctive brand of country music while exploring other endeavors, including acting.

McGraw was born Samuel Timothy McGraw on May 1, 1967. His mother was a waitress and high school student, and his father, Tug McGraw, was a minor-league pitcher for the Jacksonville Suns. Tug McGraw would go on to pitch professionally for the New York Mets (where he’d win the 1969 World Series and and coin the famous phrase “Ya Gotta Believe”) and the Philadelphia Phillies (where he’d win the 1980 World Series). But the younger McGraw didn’t share in his father’s fame and fortune – he was born in Delhi, Louisiana, where his grandparents had sent his mother when they’d learned that she was pregnant. Until age 11, McGraw believed that his stepfather, Horace Smith, was his biological father, and knew nothing of his biological father’s fame.

That illusion unraveled when McGraw (then going by Smith) went looking for Christmas presents in his mother’s closet and found his birth certificate instead. The truth came out, and McGraw’s mother admitted that Tug McGraw, not Horace Smith, was Tim’s real father. Tim met Tug for the first time shortly thereafter, but the elder McGraw did not initially acknowledge that Tim was his son.

McGraw grew up in Start, a town in Richland Parish, Louisiana. Even before he knew the truth about his parentage, he loved playing baseball. By the time he was a teenager, McGraw was a talented player – and that wasn’t the only way in which he resembled his father. When Tim was in his late teens, Tug McGraw was shocked by the resemblance. The elder McGraw acknowledged that he was clearly Tim’s father, and the two enjoyed a close relationship from then until Tug’s death in 2004.

Tim’s baseball talents earned him a scholarship to Northeast Louisiana University. McGraw’s passion for baseball had gotten him into college; his passion for music would soon lead him to drop out. McGraw began playing guitar and often performed for tips in college. Though he was at first so bad that his friends would hide the instrument, he soon developed a knack for playing. McGraw considered leaving college and heading to Nashville to pursue music instead of baseball. A sports injury led McGraw to drop out of Northeast Louisiana University, but he first chose to follow his mother back to Jacksonville, where he attended community college, instead of going to Nashville. But the death of country singer Keith Whitley, whom McGraw idolized, sealed the deal: McGraw dropped out of school for good and headed to Nashville.

McGraw’s talent helped him get noticed quickly. He’d left for Nashville in 1989; by 1990, he’d attracted the attention of Curb Records. But his self-titled 1993 debut album met with a subdued commercial and critical reception, and none of the singles from the record cracked the top 40. Tim McGraw headed back to the studio to try again.

It was McGraw’s sophomore effort, Not a Moment Too Soon (1994), that would catapult him to stardom. Fueled by the success of singles like “Don’t Take the Girl” and “Not a Moment Too Soon” – both of which reached number one on both the U.S. and Canadian country music charts – McGraw’s second album was a monster hit. Not a Moment Too Soon reached number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart and was eventually certified 6x platinum by the RIAA.

After Not a Moment Too Soon, McGraw was a legitimate superstar. Fans rushed to buy Tim McGraw tickets, which were sold all over the country for McGraw’s latest tour. The strong performance of Not a Moment Too Soon made McGraw one of country’s biggest names – and put the pressure on his next album.

McGraw responded to the high-pressure situation with All I Want (1995), another critical and commercial smash hit. All I Want went multi-platinum and established McGraw as a consistent country hitmaker. His 1996 The Spontaneous Combustion Tour became the most successful country tour of the year, as fans turned out to buy Tim McGraw tickets in record numbers. And The Spontaneous Combustion Tour turned out to be a success for McGraw in another way: his supporting act, Faith Hill, broke off her engagement to start dating McGraw. The couple married later that year; they are still together and have three children.

McGraw’s next album, 1997’s Everywhere, continued his run of 1990s dominance. The single “It’s Your Love,” a collaboration with his wife Faith Hill, topped country charts and cracked the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100. A Place in the Sun (1999) gave McGraw four more number one country hits.

In 2000, McGraw released his first greatest hits compilation, titled simply Greatest Hits. But while McGraw had made enough hits to fill an album, he was far from done. Over the next decade and a half, he would continue to churn out hit albums. Critics adored Set This Circus Down (2001), which was also a commercial success. Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors (2002) featured McGraw’s touring band – a rarity for a country music star, since country singers usually use session musicians instead of touring ones for their studio records. Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors was, of course, another hit.

The hits just kept coming. Live Like You Were Dying (2004) went platinum four times over, proving that McGraw was just as bankable a star in the 2000s as he’d been in the 1990s. After a second greatest hits collection (2006’s Tim McGraw Reflected: Greatest Hits Vol. 2), Let it Go (2007) added yet another platinum record to McGraw’s trophy shelf.

After two more greatest hits collections (2008’s Greatest Hits: Limited Edition and Greatest Hits 3), McGraw recorded Southern Voice (2009). Another compilation album (2010’s Number One Hits) followed, and another studio album (2012’s Emotional Traffic) came after that. In 2012, McGraw released Tim McGraw & Friends – an entire album of just duets and collaborations.

Today, McGraw is as prolific as ever. His three most recent albums – Two Lanes of Freedom (2013), Sundown Heaven Town (2014), and Damn Country Music (2015) – came out in three consecutive years. Despite the constant output, each of McGraw’s individual records has sold well.

And McGraw is as active on tour as he is in the studio. He continues to play shows all over the United States and beyond, giving fans new and old alike new chances to get their hands on Tim McGraw tickets. McGraw is one of country music’s most influential and important figures, but he’s also one of its hardest-working performers. McGraw is still playing every show with the passion he had when he dropped out of college back in 1989. His fans wouldn’t have it any other way.

Top 3 Tim McGraw Tracks:

Something Like That
Live Like You Were Dying
Highway Don't Care

Tim McGraw Albums

Two Lanes of Freedom
  • Two Lanes of Freedom
  • One of Those Nights
  • Friend of a Friend (feat. string arrangements by David Campbell)
  • Southern Girl
  • Truck Yeah
  • Nashville Without You
  • Book of John
  • Mexicoma (feat. string arrangements by David Campbell)
  • Number 37405 (feat. string arrangements by David Campbell)
  • It's Your World
  • Highway Don't Care (feat. Taylor Swift & Keith Urban)
  • 45:50
Sundown Heaven Town
  • Overrated
  • City Lights
  • Shotgun Rider
  • Dust
  • Diamond Rings and Old Barstools (duet with Catherine Dunn)
  • Words Are Medicine
  • Sick of Me
  • Meanwhile Back at Mama's (featuring Faith Hill)
  • Keep On Truckin'
  • Last Turn Home
  • Portland, Maine
  • Lookin' for That Girl
  • Still on the Line
Southern Voice
  • Still
  • Ghost Town Train (She's Gone)
  • Good Girls
  • I Didn't Know It at the Time
  • It's a Business Doing Pleasure with You
  • If I Died Today
  • Mr. Whoever You Are
  • Southern Voice
  • You Had to Be There
  • I'm Only Jesus
  • Forever Seventeen
  • Love You Goodbye
Emotional Traffic
  • Halo
  • Right Back Atcha Babe
  • One Part, Two Part (feat. Faith Hill)
  • I Will Not Fall Down
  • The One
  • Better Than I Used to Be
  • Touchdown Jesus
  • The One That Got Away
  • Felt Good on My Lips
  • Hey Now
  • Only Human (feat. Ne-Yo)
  • Die by My Own Hand

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Cheap Tim McGraw Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$19.00 Tim McGraw with Billy Currington and Chase Bryant — 08/30/2015
First Niagara Pavilion; Burgettstown, PA
$21.00 Tim McGraw with Billy Currington and Chase Bryant — 06/06/2015
Gexa Energy Pavilion; Dallas, TX
$24.00 Tim McGraw and Faith Hill — 07/14/2017
STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, CA
$26.00 Tim McGraw and Faith Hill — 07/07/2017
TD Garden; Boston, MA
$27.00 Tim McGraw and Faith Hill — 10/19/2017
BB&T Center; Sunrise, FL
$29.00 Tim McGraw with Billy Currington and Chase Bryant — 08/22/2015
1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre; Tampa, FL
$30.00 Tim McGraw and Faith Hill — 08/31/2017
Allstate Arena; Rosemont, IL
$31.00 Tim McGraw and Faith Hill — 09/01/2017
Allstate Arena; Rosemont, IL
$31.00 Tim McGraw and Faith Hill — 07/08/2017
TD Garden; Boston, MA
$32.00 Tim McGraw — 09/04/2015
White River Amphitheatre; Auburn, WA

Best and Most Expensive Tim McGraw Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$634.00Route 91 Harvest Festival - 3 Day Pass — 10/02/2015
MGM Resorts Village; Las Vegas, NV
$558.00Tim McGraw — 10/28/2014
Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion; Seattle, WA
$323.00Farmborough Country Music Festival - 3 Day Pass — 06/17/2016
Randalls Island; New York, NY
$241.00Windy City LakeShake Festival — 06/18/2016
FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island (formerly Charter One Pavilion); Chicago, IL
$236.00Windy City LakeShake Festival — 06/17/2016
FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island (formerly Charter One Pavilion); Chicago, IL
$229.00Windy City LakeShake Festival - 3 Day Pass — 06/17/2016
FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island (formerly Charter One Pavilion); Chicago, IL
$225.002015 Megaticket — 11/14/2015
Xfinity Center; Mansfield, MA
$221.00Tim Mcgraw — 10/29/2014
Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion; Seattle, WA
$177.00Common Ground Music Festival - 6 Day Pass — 07/05/2016
Adado Riverfront Park; Lansing, MI
$156.00Tim McGraw and Faith Hill — 07/21/2017
Gila River Arena; Glendale, AZ