Tim McGraw is a GRAMMY® Award-winning entertainer, author, and actor who has sold more than ninety million records worldwide and dominated the charts with forty-six number one singles. He is the most played country artist since his debut in 1992, has four New York Times bestselling books to his credit and has acted in such movies as Friday Night Lights and The Blind Side. McGraw recently starred beside Sam Elliott and his wife Faith Hill in the Yellowstone prequel and three-time Emmy nominated 1883. He is the founder and inspiration behind health and fitness brand, TRUMAV. McGraw is considered one of the most successful touring acts in the history of country music. His projects have spawned some of the most meaningful songs of all time, including “Live Like You Were Dying” and “Humble and Kind,” whose messages continue to impact fans around the world.
With his deep voice and small-town roots, Landon Parker bridges the distance between traditional country music and its modern-day makeover. It's a southern sound that celebrates the good things in life — cold beer, old friends, and new beginnings — created by a blue-collar songwriter who's spent countless nights onstage, playing show after show on Nashville's honky-tonk circuit. In a genre that looks to salute the past while firmly living in the present, Landon Parker is poised to become country music's newest poster child.
For Landon, everything began in Yadkinville, North Carolina. "It's the kind of small country town where everybody knows everybody," he says. "Whenever I hear a song about country life, I think back to the place where I grew up, the dirt roads I drove down, the bonfires I sat around… Country music talks about all of that, and I lived it."
Landon's releases include such hits as "Your Baby Girl", "Hits Home", "Beer By Beer", "Up for Anything", "Good Beer Drinkin'", and "Caught Me at a Good Time" just to name a few.