"Tim McGraw" (born "Samuel Timothy McGraw" in Delhi, Louisiana, on May 1, 1967) is an American country music singer who has achieved many number one entries on the country singles and album charts, with total sales in excess of 25 million units. He is married to country singer Faith Hill and is the son of baseball player Tug McGraw. His trademark hit songs include "Indian Outlaw" "Don't Take the Girl", "Down on the Farm", "I Like It, I Love It", "It's Your Love" (featuring wife Faith Hill), and "Live Like You Were Dying".
His mother was a waitress named Betty Trimble (née D'Agostino) and his father was Tug McGraw, a famous relief pitcher for the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies. McGraw's father was of Scotch-Irish descent his mother was of Italian and Irish descent.
Trimble raised Tim in Start, Louisiana, near Monroe. Tim grew up believing his birth father was Horace Smith, who was actually his step-father, until he discovered his birth certificate in his mother's closet at the age of 11. It was then that his mother told him that his birth father was Tug McGraw.
Growing up, Tim loved to play baseball and other competitive sports. Soon after, he grew ...
|Born||May 1, 1967|
|Years active||1993 - Present|
|website||Tim McGraw official web site|