Tim mcgraw dating
After more than 20 years of marriage, they prove each and every day that their love still burns strong.
“They gave me a call and they said, ‘You know, Gracie’s going out on a date. '”Mc Graw joked that he’d already had the Secret Service check out the young man and everything was fine for Gracie go on the date.
Born on May 1, 1967, in Delhi, Louisiana, Tim Mc Graw is an American country singer whose albums and singles have routinely topped the music charts, making him one of the genre's most popular artists.
He is married to singer Faith Hill and his hit songs include "Indian Outlaw," "Don't Take the Girl," "I Like It, I Love It" and "Live Like You Were Dying."Born on May 1, 1967 (though some sources say 1966), in Delhi, Louisiana, Tim Mc Graw was one of the most popular "Young Country" stars to emerge in the 1990s.
"When we first started dating in 1996, we were touring together and I had this ‘71 Cutlass that I’d bought with some of the first money I’d ever made," Mc Graw -- who turns 48 on May 1 -- told Rachael Ray in an interview airing Friday. "And I was pulling it around on a trailer, and I was courting her in this car, and my uncle had told me, ' Look, if you ever make love to a woman playing ‘Samba Pa Ti’ by Carlos Santana and then you’re going to have to marry her.'" "So I had it on loop in my car all the time.
Being a country superstar means you’re often on the road, so Tim Mc Graw occasionally misses out on some big “firsts” with his family … Mc Graw and Faith Hill, both 50, are parents to three girls, Gracie, 20, Maggie, 19, and Audrey, 15, and their oldest marked this major milestone while her father was out on tour.recalled on NBC’s . I’ve got a knife in my hand and a bloody apron on, and it worked out earlier this year.