Tim McGraw Charts New Music, Returns to Faith Hill Proposal Site [UPDATE]
It has been a great couple of weeks for celebrity country music star Tim McGraw. Not only did McGraw's latest music collection chart on the coveted Billboard list, but Tim recently returned to a very romantic spot. The country music legend appeared at Country Jam on June 20, performing at the exact same venue where he proposed to longtime love Faith Hill.
Forget everything you may have read in the tabloids, folks. Tim McGraw's love for gorgeous wife Faith Hill is the real deal, and the country couple are as happily in love as ever.
In fact, Mr. McGraw recently visited the exact venue where he proposed to Faith Hill, but this time he was performing for a bigger audience. According to Taste of Country, McGraw was the headlining act of this year's Country Jam:
"Tim McGraw returned to the venue at which he proposed to wife Faith Hill on Saturday night (June 20), and put on a concert that for the thousands in attendance, was just as memorable...McGraw's headlining set at Country Jam in Grand Junction, Colo. included hits from his full catalogue. 'Indian Outlaw' came during a four-song encore, while 'Diamond Rings and Old Bar Stools' came early. In between were some of the biggest hits of the '90s and early '00..."
Of course, that's not the only reason that the elder statesman of New Country finds himself in the news.
Tim's recent Best Of album, 35 Biggest Hits, recently landed on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. And, according to Billboard.com, that marks McGraw's eighth Best Of album to do so:
"Tim McGraw collects his eighth charted best-of album on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, as 35 Biggest Hits bows at No. 8 with 8,000 sold, according to Nielsen Music. It's the latest hits retrospective released by McGraw's former label, Curb Records, and his 10th charted compilation on Curb...In addition to the eight hits packages, Curb has also issued a love-songs-themed set, Love Story, and a collaborations project, Tim McGraw & Friends."
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