Tim McGraw vs A. Jerrold Perenchio

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MusicianMusician
Founder & Owner, Chartwell Leisure
Net worth 2018
$2.8 Billion
Other
Industry
Media
United States
Country
United States
01/05/1967
BirthDay
3
Children
3
Drop Out, Northeast Louisiana University
Education
Bachelor of Arts / Science, University of California, Los Angeles
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2017

The new record label signing also preceded the release of "Speak to a Girl", the lead single from the duet album, The Rest of Our Life, which was released on November 17, 2017

2016

On October 4, 2016, during a show at the Ryman Auditorium, McGraw and Hill announced that they would be going back on the road together again on the Soul2Soul World Tour

2015

In 2015, Forbes estimated McGraw's annual income at $38 million

2014

It was released exclusively through Walmart on February 4, 2014, by Curb Records

2013

McGraw performed at the C2C: Country to Country festival in London on March 16, 2013

2012

On May 21, 2012, however, he signed with Big Machine Records

2011

In December 2011, McGraw released his first Christmas single, "Christmas All Over the World", on his own label StyleSonic Records

2010

In June 2010, McGraw and his wife Faith Hill organized Nashville Rising, a benefit concert aimed to raise $2 million for The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee in response to the flood in early May that killed 22 people and caused $2 billion in damage

2009

McGraw appeared in the 2009 film The Blind Side as Sean Tuohy, husband of Sandra Bullock's character, Leigh Anne Tuohy

2008

In a 2008 interview with People magazine, McGraw referred to himself as a "Blue Dog Democrat" and stated his and his family's support for Barack Obama

2007

On July 12, 2007, it was made public that McGraw and his wife Faith Hill, while in Grand Rapids, Michigan for a performance, donated $5,000 to Kailey Kozminski, 3-year-old daughter of Officer Robert Kozminski, a Grand Rapids police officer who was killed on July 8, 2007, while responding to a domestic disturbance

2006

in a 2006 interview with Esquire magazine, McGraw, a Democrat, stated he would like to run for public office, possibly for United States Senate or Governor of Tennessee, his home state

2005

Throughout the 2005 NFL season, McGraw sang an alternate version of "I Like It, I Love It" every week during the season

2004

In 2004, McGraw played a sheriff in Rick Schroder's independent release Black Cloud

2002

In 2002, McGraw bucked country music traditions by recording his album Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors with his tour band The Dancehall Doctors

2001

The album also featured a cover version of Elton John's early 1970s classic "Tiny Dancer", as well as appearances by Kim Carnes on "Comfort Me" (a response to the September 11, 2001 attacks) and Don Henley and Timothy B

2000

Hill and McGraw gave the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society $375,000 (the entire gate receipts from one of their concerts) to assist the families of 17 sailors following the terrorist attack on USS Cole, the guided missile destroyer that suffered significant damage in the Gulf of Aden, Yemen on October 12, 2000

1999

Beginning in 1999, McGraw would pick select cities on each tour, and the night before he was scheduled to perform, would choose a local club and host a quickly-organized show

1998

"Just to Hear You Say That You Love Me", from her multi-platinum album Faith (1998), reached the top 5 of the US country charts, while her follow-up album Breathe (1999) featured "Let's Make Love", which won a Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Collaboration in 2000

1997

The 1997 show raised over $100,000 for the Country Music Foundation Hall of Fame and Museum

1996

From 1996 to 1999, McGraw hosted an annual New Year's Eve concert in Nashville with special guests including Jeff Foxworthy, the Dixie Chicks, and Martina McBride

1995

" By year's end, "Down on the Farm" had peaked at number 2 on the country charts; after it, the album's title track became his second number 1 single in early 1995, and "Refried Dreams" reached number 5 afterward

1994

Billboard named Not a Moment Too Soon as the top country album of 1994 on Billboard Year-End

1993

The album included three more singles: "Drugs or Jesus", his first single since 1993 not to reach top 10 on the country charts; "Do You Want Fries with That", and "My Old Friend"

1991

"Memory Lane" had originally appeared on Keith Palmer's self-titled 1991 debut album

1990

McGraw recorded two more duets with his wife in the late-1990s, both of which appeared on her albums

1989

In 1989, on the day his hero Keith Whitley died, McGraw dropped out of college to head to Nashville and pursue a musical career

1987

His mother, Betty, returned to Jacksonville, Florida in 1987, and McGraw followed

1967

Samuel Timothy "Tim" McGraw (born May 1, 1967) is an American country singer, songwriter, and actor

1966

In 1966, Tug was a pitcher for the Jacksonville Suns, and he lived in an apartment above Betty D'Agostino, who attended Terry Parker High School

1946

"She's My Kind of Rain" received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Country Vocal Performance-Male at the 46th Grammy Awards

1940

At the 40th Grammy Awards, "It's Your Love" received two Grammy Award nominations for Best Country Collaboration With Vocals and Best Country Song