Tim McGraw, SiriusXM, TOWN HALL
In his record-shattering career, Tim McGraw has sold over 40 million albums and dominated the charts with 32 No. one singles. Since the release of his debut album in 1993, he has won three GRAMMY's, 14 ACM Awards, 12 CMA Awards, and 10 AMA's, while simultaneously maintaining a parallel career as a successful actor in such films as the Oscar nominated The Blind Side, Country Strong, and Friday Night Lights-as well as hosting Saturday Night Live, a rare honor for a singer in any genre. Nielsen-BDS recently certified McGraw as the most-played Country artist of the past 20 years (1992-2012) with more than 10 million spins detected and Mediabase recognized him as the most-played Country artist in the history of their tracking service. McGraw's latest release, Two Lanes of Freedom (Feb. 5), covers his broadest emotional range yet, with a set of songs that looks forward and back, gets deep and gets loose and reveals that even the biggest stars can continue to grow with consistency and maturity.
The Highway plays new country music. Listeners will hear music from Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Sugarland, Rascal Flatts and many more.
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