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Robby Klein

25 Tim McGraw Songs That Prove He's Still One of Country Music's Definitive Voices

Tim McGraw hasn't lost a step 30 years into his career.

We've rounded up 25 Tim McGraw songs that show the full arc of the country singer's incredible career thus far. Over 30 years into his musical career, McGraw is a country megastar with 16 albums to his name (if we count his duet album with Faith Hill, The Rest of Our Life)He's also the recipient of over 40 industry and fan-voted awards through the years. The guy is a superstar and fans continue to love and resonate with his music.

In addition to his impressive musical success, the Louisiana native has also crossed into television and movies with ease (like the Yellowstone prequel 1883), making us wonder if there is anything he  can't do.

His list of incredible songs goes on and on: "Grown Men Don't Cry," "Let It Go," "Angry All the Time," "She's My Kind of Rain," "Humble and Kind," "Down on the Farm" and "For A Little While." He can beautifully handle an emotional ballad just as well as he can belt out a honky tonk jam. Not to mention anything he sings with Hill will make you swoon.

Across his long-running —and still running strong— career, McGraw's released 17 studio albums. From those full-lengths, we've gotten 30 No. 1 hits, starting with 1994's "Don't Take the Girl."

A lot can change in well over three decades, and luckily for us, there is a musical journey map for McGraw's ever-changing sound. We've pulled 25 McGraw songs that showcase his  long and winding musical road so far, which is likely only the first half of his career if he continues to evolve his sound with the changes in country music.

This story was originally published in 2016. It previously ran on Aug. 12, 2022.

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