Tim McGraw is a highly successful American country music singer, songwriter and actor.
He was born on May 1, 1967, in Delhi, Louisiana, and grew up in Start, Louisiana.
McGraw has released numerous albums and singles throughout his career, many of which have topped the country music charts and achieved crossover success on the pop charts as well.
He has won multiple Grammy Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, Country Music Association Awards and other accolades for his music.
Some of McGraw’s most popular songs include Live Like You Were Dying, Humble and Kind, Don’t Take the Girl, It’s Your Love and I Like It, I Love It.
He has also acted in several movies, including Friday Night Lights, The Blind Side and Country Strong.
McGraw is married to fellow country music superstar Faith Hill, and the couple has three daughters together.
In addition to his music and acting career, he is also known for his philanthropic work, including his involvement with organizations such as the Tug McGraw Foundation, which supports brain cancer research, and the Neighbor’s Keeper Foundation, which helps those in need in the Nashville community.
Tim McGraw wife
McGraw is married to Faith Hill, a fellow country music artist, and they have been together for over two decades and have a strong relationship.
McGraw and Hill met for the first time in 1994 at the annual Country Radio Seminar in Nashville.
At the time, they were both in relationships with other people and did not pursue each other romantically.
In 1996, after touring together and developing feelings for each other, McGraw proposed to Hill at a country music festival in a trailer park.
She said yes, and they got married later that year in McGraw’s hometown in Louisiana.
Over the years, they have collaborated on several albums and raised three daughters together.
McGraw has credited Hill with saving his life, saying that he would have died if he hadn’t married her.
They continue to have a strong relationship and spend quality time together, such as their “candle time” where they send their daughters packing after five days and have their own second honeymoon.