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Jun 20

Tim McGraw: Back to the Bus Station

Tim McGraw photo courtesy of The GreenRoom.

When Tim McGraw signed his new record deal with Big Machine Records last month, he wanted to start his new journey where his feet first hit Nashville soil – the Greyhound bus station. Tim arrived in Music City by bus in 1989 and while the station has moved since then, it is still a special place for him.

“The symbolism was still there for me,” he said. “I was a wide-eyed kid from Start, Louisiana who didn’t have a clue and in many ways I still feel like I’m a wide-eyed kid from Start, Louisiana who doesn’t have a clue. I still feel like I’m just starting to figure myself out.”

Tim has been incredibly successful both in music and on the silver screen over the last 20 years, but in a lot of ways, he feels like a beginner. “My whole career, I’ve been sort of chipping away at this stone,” he said. “I’m finally starting to see a form that I think I can really hone in on.”

What Tim is honing in right now is his Brothers of the Sun Tour with pal Kenny Chesney. For exclusive interviews and more with Tim, Kenny and tour special guest Jake Owen, check out our Brothers of the Sun Tour section! You can also check out our Brothers of the Sun Tour photo gallery to see some of the tour’s most memorable moments. See Photos >>

Want to catch the Brothers of the Sun Tour in person? You can win the ultimate Brothers of the Sun concert experience by entering our Concrete To Beach Sweepstakes! We’ll send one lucky winner and a guest to the final tour stop in Foxboro, Massachusetts on August 25 and the next day, they’ll board a private jet bound for Key West with $5,000 cash in their pocket! Enter Now! >>


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