Tim McGraw Sends Heartfelt, 'Life Affirming' Message With New Album's Debut

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Tim McGraw’s “life-affirming” album has finally made its debut.

The country megastar unveiled his latest full-length album, Standing Room Only, on Friday (August 25). The 13-track project includes a few previously-released tracks including “Standing Room Only,” “Remember Me Well” and “Hey Whiskey.” It’s a body of work that McGraw hopes will inspire listeners.

“It’s (a collection of) songs that said that there is a purpose that we’re here,” McGraw said. “There is a reason that we’re here. There is good, there is light, there (are) plenty of people out there who care, and plenty of people out there who just want the motivation to do that — including me. I can get very insular and isolated, and like it. Especially over the last three years or so, but you have to force yourself to go out there and not get lost inside your own head.”

  1. Hold On To It
  2. Standing Room Only
  3. Paper Umbrellas
  4. Remember Me Well
  5. Hey Whiskey
  6. Her
  7. Fool Me Again
  8. Small Town King
  9. Beautiful Hurricane
  10. Cowboy Junkie
  11. Nashville CA/L.A. Tennessee, feat. Lori McKenna
  12. Some Songs Change Your World
  13. Letter From Heaven

McGraw, who recently accepted the Icon Award at the 16th annual ACM Honors that’s set to air next month, will hit the road on his headlining “Standing Room Only Tour” in 2024. McGraw is slated to stop in dozens of cities with special guest Carly Pearce, beginning on March 14 in Jacksonville, Florida. See the full list of tour dates below.

Find McGraw’s full Standing Room Only album on iHeartRadio here, and listen to a few of the tracks below.

“Hold On To It”

March 14: Jacksonville, Florida

March 15: Tampa, Florida

March 16: Orlando, Florida

March 21: Des Moines, Iowa

March 27: Vancouver, British Columbia

March 29: Seattle, Washington

March 30: Eugene, Oregon

April 4: Denver, Colorado

April 5: Salt Lake City, Utah

April 5: Boise, Idaho

April 13: Tulsa, Oklahoma

April 18: Indianapolis, Indiana

April 19: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

April 20: Saint Paul, Minnesota

April 25: Nashville, Tennessee

April 26: Knoxville, Tennessee

May 9: Belmont Park, New York

May 11: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

May 16: Greenville, South Carolina

May 17: Charlotte, North Carolina

May 18: Charleston, West Virginia

May 30: Toledo, Ohio

May 31: Chicago, Illinois

June 1: Grand Rapids, Michigan

June 6: Sioux Falls, South Dakota

June 7: Omaha, Nebraska

June 8: Kansas City, Missouri

June 13: Biloxi, Mississippi

June 15: Lexington, Kentucky

June 20: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

June 21: Baltimore, Maryland

June 22: Raleigh, North Carolina

June 27: Phoenix, Arizona

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