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1883's Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Black excellence at the Tonys, and more in EW's The Awardist digital magazine

(Cover illustration by Tim O'Brien) The country music stars endured a shoot that was both physically and emotionally demanding, as their characters (along with a wagon train of many more) made the trek from Texas to Montana, dealing with harsh weather conditions, violent bandits, and lots of death. The two — who celebrated their 25th anniversary while filming the series — reveal what they learned about each other, the toughest scene to film, and that hearbreaking finale.

Tim McGraw to perform at Music City Grand Prix, fireworks to follow

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Country superstar Tim McGraw will be performing at this year's Big Machine Music City Grand Prix. Organizers announced McGraw will be the Saturday night headliner on Aug. 6, marking his only stop in Nashville and Tennessee during his 2022 tour. The Grammy Award winner will...

Remember When Tim McGraw Scored His First No. 1 Hit?

Tim McGraw is one of the most perennially successful artists in country music, but he was a young artist still building his career when he scored his first No. 1 hit in 1994. McGraw's self-titled 1993 debut album didn't create much of a stir, with three singles that all failed to chart. That changed with the release of his sophomore effort, Not a Moment Too Soon, in 1994. The lead single from the project, "Indian Outlaw," reached No. 8, and the second single, "Don't Take the Girl," gave the rising star his first No. 1 hit when it reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart on May 28, 1994.

Tim McGraw Headlining Music City Grand Prix Concert

Country music singer Tim McGraw will headline the pre-race concert for the 2022 Big Machine Music City Grand Prix on August 6 outside of Nissan Stadium. The following day, Nashville will host its second annual IndyCar race on a track that runs through downtown. McGraw is currently traveling throughout the...

Tim McGraw kicks off St. Joe’s Amp season (Syracuse concert review, setlist, photos)

One of the biggest names in country music kicked off the 2022 season at the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview. Tim McGraw performed at St. Joe’s Amp in Syracuse to a good-sized crowd Thursday, delivering hits like “Truck Yeah,” “Real Good Man,” and “Indian Outlaw.” The 55-year-old singer even stayed true to his closing anthem, “Humble and Kind,” by modestly introducing himself early in the show.

Tim McGraw Grateful To Military For Letting Us Feel ‘Safe And Secure’

On this upcoming Memorial Day (Monday, May 30th), Tim McGraw tries to keep the men and women of our military top of mind. He tells us that as Americans, we owe them a big debt of gratitude. “We feel safe and secure with our family because of those guys. They put their life on the line. They put their families on the back burner because they have to be away while we sit in our comfortable homes and we take our kids to a great school and we drive in our cars to places and we feel safe. They provide that.”