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Jan
20

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Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw, Brooks & Dunn Front Windy City LakeShake’s Return To Chicago

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Superstar Duo Brooks & Dunn Also Set To Rock Chicago’s Three-Day, Two Stage Country Music Festival This June

Sam Hunt, Thomas Rhett And Many More Slated To Descend On Northerly Island – Tickets On Sale Jan. 29

Following the success of Windy City LakeShake’s inaugural year, even larger crowds are being forecasted after over 35,000 fans converged to Chicago’s scenic FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island for the first-year of festivities. The three-day, two-stage country music festival will return on June 17-19 with superstars Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw, Brooks & Dunn as well as Sam Hunt, Thomas Rhett and more slated to play the festival’s second year, set against the city’s spectacular skyline. Festival passes will go on-sale on Jan. 29 at 10am CT at LakeShakeFestival.com.
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Jan
11

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Tim McGraw ‘Humble and Kind’ – Single Review

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Lately, Tim McGraw’s output has been pretty touch and go. McGraw, a veteran in the industry, found himself trying to compete with the new, young bucks, which resulted in him changing up his sound and trying to emulate the Bro Country sound with the atrocious single “Truck Yeah” and mediocre ones like “Southern Girl” and “Lookin’ For That Girl”. Now, it’s not all doom and gloom, as McGraw has managed to somewhat balance the bad out with a few good singles, like “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s” and “Diamond Rings and Old Barstools”, but alas, he isn’t as steady and stable as he use to be, musically. His latest record, Damn Country Music, received high praise from critics, but I have to admit, I wasn’t totally impressed.

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Dec
16

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Big & Rich (feat. Tim McGraw) ‘Lovin’ Lately’ – Single Review

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In the ‘Gravity’ album era Big & Rich have made a habit of releasing solid, radio-friendly love songs set to a modern country/pop/rock sound, and their latest single is no exception. A fan favorite featuring Tim McGraw, ‘Lovin’ Lately’ is the third single from their 2014 project and finds the narrator pining over a lover who left him. It’s a letter of sorts to his ex who his friends don’t necessarily know is now his ex, and he’s been calling her everyday with no reply (this guy just doesn’t know to take a hint. Move on dude!). He fruitlessly asks his ex who she’s been knocking around with lately, and it does come across as something of a desperate plea rooted in the depths of heartbreak. This is exemplified most clearly in the bridge, where they repeat “I don’t wanna know, but I gotta know,” over and over, showing how conflicted the guy feels as his misses his lady.

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Dec
10

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The best of 2015? How about ‘A Song to Live By’ instead…

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Written by Esther Harper

‘Tis the season for lists – the best of this, the worst of that. We humans love to make sense of the year gone by with our categorisations of the trivial and important. We like to remind ourselves of what to remember, and perhaps tell others of what they missed. Perhaps you’re a compulsive list-maker in your everyday life, or perhaps you like to trawl these best-of lists to discover music that might have passed you by. If you are the latter and seeking the top ten country songs of the year, then I’m afraid you’re out of luck here. There is no list.  There is only one song: Humble and Kind, by Lori McKenna.

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Nov
25

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Tim McGraw Announced As Featured Speaker At CRS 2016

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Photo Credit: Danny Clinch

Music superstar Tim McGraw has been announced as a featured guest speaker at the 2016 Country Radio Seminar in Nashville, Tenn. His program, Transcending / Evolving with Tim McGraw, will provide attendees with knowledge on how to rethink what you do, how you do it, and how to prioritize what’s important with your ‘eye’ on the prize of a long career.

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Nov
13

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Pandora Presents: Tim McGraw’s Album Release Party Live in NYC (Photos)

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 11: Guests attend the Pandora Presents: Tim McGraw on November 11, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for PANDORA Media)

NEW YORK, NY – NOVEMBER 11: Guests attend the Pandora Presents: Tim McGraw on November 11, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for PANDORA Media)

Pandora (NYSE:P), the world’s most powerful music discovery platform, has partnered with Tim McGraw and Big Machine Label Group for an exclusive album release party and live performance in New York City on November 11.  In addition to this intimate performance, Pandora worked with the singer to curate a custom mixtape featuring songs that have inspired Tim throughout his career.  His latest album, Damn Country Music, was released on November 6 on Big Machine Records / McGraw Music.  Tim McGraw is a perennial favorite on Pandora. He’s the 25th most played artist overall and #5 in the country genre. His music has been spun an impressive 3.65 billion times on Pandora.

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Nov
6

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Tim McGraw ‘Damn Country Music’ – Album Review

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I was surprised when ‘Damn Country Music’ was announced given that it comes barely a year after the release of ‘Sundown Heaven Town’. Maybe this comes due to Tim’s busy acting schedule enforcing his album release, or maybe it has something to do with his being snubbed by the CMA Awards, meaning that he just wants to do things his own way. Whatever the reason, music is the winner because I think that ‘Damn Country Music’ is fantastic, and a step-up from ‘Sundown Heaven Town’.

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Oct
31

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Pandora Presents: Tim McGraw Album Release Show In NYC

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Pandora (NYSE:P), the world’s most powerful music discovery platform, has partnered with Tim McGraw and Big Machine Label Group for an exclusive album release party and live performance in New York City on November 11.  In addition to this intimate performance, Pandora worked with the singer to curate a custom mixtape featuring songs that have inspired Tim throughout his career.  His latest album, Damn Country Music, will be released onNovember 6 on Big Machine Records / McGraw Music.  Tim McGraw is a perennial favorite on Pandora. He’s the 25th most played artist overall and #5 in the country genre. His music has been spun an impressive 3.65 billion times on Pandora.

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