Tim McGraw Tickets
Shotgun Rider Tour Tim McGraw tickets for his nationwide extravaganza introducing his latest album. Set lists will include his new songs and long-time fan favorites. Standard and premium seating available. Select a date below to view individual & group tickets.
Tim McGraw Info and News
Shotgun Rider Tour '15
Tim McGraw has embarked on his latest tour based on his new "Shotgun Rider" album with a hit single by the same name and the newly released "Diamond Rings and Old Barstools" single. The tour includes special guest Billy Currington and newcomer Chase Bryant and will be playing in 26 cities across the U.S.
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About Tim McGraw, Country Music Artist
Samuel Timothy McGraw, born in Delhi, Louisiana, on May 1, 1967, grew up in a family with only a single mother. McGraw didn’t know it for many years, but his father was Major League baseball pitcher Tug McGraw, who played for the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets. McGraw grew up in sports and music and went to Northeast Louisiana University on a baseball scholarship to study sports medicine, but it was in college when McGraw picked up the guitar and learned to play it in addition to being a refined singer.
McGraw, like many other country artists at the time, elected to leave school in 1989 and head to Nashville to make his name known. McGraw signed with Curb records and released a self-titled debut album with little success, but his second album, “Not a Moment Too Soon,” included the single “Indian Outlaw.” Many critics were upset with the song because they felt it was a stereotype of Native Americans, but the song still managed to climb into the country top ten and the pop top 20. The publicity was arguably the best marketing McGraw could hope for as he watched many other songs from the album soar up the charts. “Don’t Take the Girl” reached number one on the country charts, “Down on the Farm” went to number two, the title track went to number one, and “Refried Dreams” made it to the top five. In all, the album sold more than five million copies, was the best selling country album of the year, and topped the country and pop album charts.
McGraw followed the success of that album with 1995’s “All I Want” which featured the number one smash hit “I Like It, I Love It.” Much like its predecessor, the album continued to crank out hits like the #1 “She Never Lets It Go to Her Heart,” the #2 “Can’t Be Really Gone,” and top five hits “All I Want Is a Life” and “Maybe We Should Just Sleep On It.”
Following the accompanying tour, McGraw married Faith Hill, another top country singer, who was another member of the tour. McGraw released “Everywhere” in 1997, an album that included numerous duets with his new wife. The album sold more than four million copies and peaked at number one on the country charts and number two on the pop charts. The album produced another three number one singles with two more songs reaching number two, and McGraw only continued his amazing run of success. McGraw was poised to become the king of country and 1999’s “A Place in the Sun” only helped his cause. The triple-platinum album peaked at number one on both charts and gave McGraw four more number one singles. McGraw’s next two albums both followed the same pattern as his previous work and his duet with Faith Hill entitled “Let’s Make Love” earned McGraw his first Grammy for Best Country Vocal Collaboration.