Tim Mcgraw Tacoma Tickets
Back in the early 1990’s, Tim McGraw debuted as a budding country singer. Few at that time could have predicted that this young artist from Delhi, Louisiana, would take the position of Garth Brooks as the most popular and sought after male country singer in the US. And that is exactly what Tim McGraw did. Thanks to several multi-platinum albums, chart topping singles and amazing performances, McGraw soon became a household name. Add to that his high profile marriage to country music star Faith Hill, and you have the perfect mix of all round fame. And now this artist is headed to your town in Tacoma. Grab these Tim Mcgraw Tacoma tickets at the earliest.
McGraw released his first album in 1992 but achieved little success with it. But his subsequent work got a lot more attention. Have a look.
Tim McGraw’s Discography
McGraw’s second album, Not A Moment Too Soon was the top country album of 1994 and had his first No.1 country hit, “Don’t Take The Girl”. The next album, All I Want was released in 1995 and debuted at No.1 on the country charts, establishing the singer as a notable act in the country music industry. Subsequent albums like Everywhere, A Place in the Sun, Greatest Hits, Set The Circus Down, Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors, Live Like You Were Dying and Let It Go were all phenomenal hits.
After the release of his next album, Southern Voice, McGraw got involved in a legal battle with Curb Records. However, he continued producing good music with the release of albums such as Emotional Traffic, Two Lanes of Freedom, Sundown Heaven Town and Damn Country Music.
Awards and Accolades
Over the course of his career, McGraw has won countless awards, including the American Music Awards, Billboard Awards, Country Music Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, People’s Choice Awards, Radio Music Awards and many others.
With such a long list of good music and so many awards under his belt, the artist is all set to come to Tacoma and play for his fans. Grab these Tim Mcgraw Tacoma tickets now.