McGRAW SERVES UP “BILLIONS”

McGRAW SERVES UP “BILLIONS” …

Sound Impressions Top 97 Billion Mark In Amazing Career Track With Radio & Retail

New Single “Right Back Atcha Babe” Continues Blockbuster 2012
 

Tim McGraw - "Emotional Traffic"(Nashville,
Tennessee) –June 19, 2012 –Tim McGraw’s strong career history of
connectivity with country radio continues on an amazing course of record
breaking stats with the announcement today from Curb Records that his
debut single Better Than I Used To Be from McGraw’s latest studio album Emotional Traffic has just been certified gold by RIAA.

Gold certification of the latest single follows McGraw’s most recent previous gold tracking earlier this year with Felt Good On My Lips,
which topped Billboard’s Hot Country Songs charts for three weeks and
set a new industry record. With a cumulative of 69 weeks at #1 over the
course of 32 chart topping single releases, Felt Good On My Lips found
McGraw garnering the record as the artist with the most weeks at #1 on
the Hot Country Songs chart since the chart was established on the
Nielsen BDS system in January of 1990.

Latest numbers reflecting spins of Better Than I Used to Be elevate McGraw’s cumulative industry stats to yet another new milestone of eye popping dimensions.

Billboard:      13.8 million spins reaching an audience of 97.8 billion
MediaBase:   10.2 million spins

The January 2012 release of Emotional Traffic served
as a fresh reminder of the undiminished strength of McGraw’s brand with
an ever increasing fan base—a fact reflected from tracking on his 1994
breakout with initial #1 single Don’t Take The Girl—to Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems 2010 proclamation of  Tim McGraw as “Artist of the Decade” (2000-2010).

On the heels of RIAA certification of the latest McGraw single, Curb is
releasing a follow-up single offering from Emotional Traffic.  The new
release, Right Back Atcha Babe will
be the focus of a major promotional campaign by the label targeted to
keep McGraw’s radio presence red hot on summertime programming lists.

With a remarkable career dynasty approaching three dozen #1 singles and
45 million units of music sold, 2012 is proving to be a blockbuster
year for McGraw. Emotional Traffic became McGraw’s 13th consecutive album package to be elevated to the top of the charts in its first week of release. Better Than I Used To Be continues the now three decade long history of #1 singles on Billboard charts—34 and counting. 

McGraw has to date won multiple Grammy® Awards, 14 Academy of Country
Music Awards, 11 CMA Awards, 10 American Music Awards, a trio of
People’s Choice Awards and numerous other industry awards and accolades
to varied to mention.

Destined to be one of biggest concert tour events of 2012, fans across the nation are aggressively snapping up tickets for the Brothers Of The Sun Tour that
headlines McGraw and fellow superstar Kenny Chesney over 19 major
market venues. Still ahead on the road, concerts in Nashville (6/23),
Charlotte (6/24), Pittsburgh (6/30), Cincinnati (7/01), Chicago (7/07),
Minneapolis (7/08), Anaheim (7/14), Oakland (7/15), Denver (7/21);
Indianapolis, (7/28), Cleveland (7/29), New Orleans (8/03), Houston
(8/04), East Rutherford, NJ (8/11), Landover, MD (8/12), Detroit (8/18),
Foxborough, MA (8/24 & 25).

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