Halfway Through His Tour – Tim McGraw Takes Time to Relive All the Fun He’s Had

Halfway Through His Tour – Tim McGraw Takes Time to Relive All the Fun He’s Had

Tim McGraw is out on the road with his 2022 tour – and he’s having a blast.

Tim recently shared, “We’re making incredible memories night after night and y’all are just blowing me away!”

And he has the video to prove it…

Tim is out with his opening acts Russell Dickerson, Alexandra Kay, and Brandon Davis.

McGraw wants his fans to know – if you’re coming to see him, show up early for Russell, Alexandra and Brandon because you won’t regret it, “Well first, you’ve gotta come see ‘em because they’re just super talented. They’re both great singers that are great people. They have such an inner light to ‘em that I think that’s gonna resonate on the stage, and I think that’s even gonna come out more when they get in front of a big crowd, in front of a lot of people on a big stage. And I think that’s gonna be something that you’re not gonna wanna miss because I think that they’re gonna have a big career ahead of ‘em.”

When it comes to picking who is going to perform before him in concert, Tim says, “I always want people out there who are gonna push me and people I learn from. Every opening act I’ve ever had, I’ve watched from the side of the stage, and I’ve always learned something from ‘em. And I think when you stop learning from other artists, then you should probably hang it up. There’s so many people out there I learn from, from the newest artist out there to some of the artists that have been around for a long time. You learn something new every time you see ‘em. You know, I look for somebody that’s gonna certainly get the crowd goin’ and somebody who’s gonna bring their A game every time that they perform, cause that elevates me.”

The next stop for Tim, Russell, Alexandra and Brandon is Cleveland, followed by Philly and Raleigh.

Fans at every stop are looking forward to this latest hit from Tim – “7500 OBO”

Photo Credit: Robby Klein

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