Faith Hill and Tim McGraw‘s love for one another has been pure and honest since day one. The country superstars wed over 15 years ago, but their love remains strong through a sometimes rocky business that can consume so much of your time.
Tim McGraw‘s old record label is letting the songs from the embattled ‘Emotional Traffic’ album trickle out one at a time. Just weeks ago, ‘Better Than I Used to Be‘ was released as a single within hours of a judge’s decision to separate the parties. Now, the song ‘Right Back Atcha Babe’ is available on iTunes.
The past 12 months of Jake Owen‘s career have been quite impressive for the 30-year-old singer. Owen just experienced his first chart-topping single, ‘Barefoot Blue Jean Night,’ and has his latest hit, ‘Alone With You,’ well on its way to becoming the next in line. In 2012, things will only get better, as he will hit the road with Tim McGraw and Kenny Chesney on their Brothers of the Sun Tour — something that Owen still feels the need to pinch himself about on an hourly basis.
Country megastar Tim McGraw says he plans to release a Christmas song next week and another single at the beginning of 2012. In a recent statement, McGraw said the holiday single, ‘Christmas All Over the World,’ will hit radio airwaves next week. This is especially noteworthy as it closely follows the court decision allowing the artist to pursue record labels other than Curb, with whom he has been recording for more than 20 years.
It seems that Tim McGraw‘s next 30 years will be even sweeter than the last. A judge has ruled in favor of the ‘Felt Good on My Lips’ hitmaker in his legal battle with Curb Records, which means that the chains have been cut and he’s free to record new music apart from the label.
The holidays are a time of bustling around, hectic planning and the addition of last minute touches. Apparently the same is true for even the most spectacular events of the season. NBC just reported that Faith Hill has canceled her planned appearance on tonight’s ‘Christmas in Rockefeller Center’ NBC television special, which can expect about 250,000 live spectators and 11 million viewers.
Tim McGraw is still searching for greener pastures. The iconic country singer is seeking to cut ties with his record label, Curb Records, once and for all, just so he can have the freedom to get new music to his patiently waiting fans. McGraw and Curb will go face to face in court starting Tuesday to hopefully find a resolution.
2007 - A "CMT Giants" installment celebrating Hank Williams Jr. debuts. Paying homage are Brad Paisley, Gretchen Wilson, Tim McGraw, Alan Jackson, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kid Rock, Steven Tyler, Toby Keith, Terry Bradshaw and Buddy Guy.
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