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TIM McGRAW (Sean Tuohy) has earned a place in the front ranks of global entertainment, spanning multiple mediums. One of the music industry's most successful artists, he has sold more than 40 million albums and had over 30 singles reach #1 worldwide. His enduring status as one of country music's hottest draws is consistently proven by his sold-out concert tours. His tenth studio album, Southern Voice, was just released on October 20.

Over the course of his music career, McGraw has earned scores of awards and nominations, including three Grammy Awards, fourteen Academy of Country Music Awards, eleven Country Music Association Awards, ten American Music Awards and three People's Choice Awards.

As an actor, McGraw has also established a notable presence in feature films, beginning with his well-received 2004 debut in Peter Berg's "Friday Night Lights.” He most recently co-starred with Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon in 2008's hit holiday comedy "Four Christmases,” directed by Seth Gordon. In addition, he was seen in 2007's action thriller "The Kingdom,” which reunited him with director Peter Berg, and he starred in the 2006 family adventure "Flicka.”

In addition to starring in "Flicka,” McGraw executive produced the motion picture soundtrack, which included the single "My Little Girl,” performed by McGraw as the end title song. McGraw also co-wrote the song, with Tom Douglas, which earned a Critic's Choice Award nomination for Best Song. In 2008, McGraw and Douglas co-wrote a children's book, also titled My Little Girl, published by Thomas Nelson.

Throughout his myriad successes, McGraw's eyes have always been focused on the music, taking full control of his most recent projects and putting his artistic stamp onto the material he chooses to record.

In 2007, McGraw and his wife, Faith Hill, made history as they ended their two-year "Soul2Soul Tour” with a staggering total box office gross of $142 million. The best-selling multi-year North American concert tour in country music history, the tour encompassed 117 shows in 92 cities and two countries.

That same year, his CD Let It Go debuted at #1 on both the pop and country album charts and quickly reached platinum status. His earlier CDs include such hits as Live Like You Were Dying, Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors, Set This Circus Down, A Place in the Sun, and his eponymous first album. On television, he has headlined three highly rated NBC specials.


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