Tim McGraw confirms to the Vancouver Sun that that he and wife Faith Hill will release at duet album in the future even though their different record labels have held them back on the idea. Tim says it's "just a matter of time," and that he and Faith will cut a record together once they "clear the woods." McGraw also told the paper that Southern Voice could be his last for Curb Records. He notes, "I don't want to get into all that stuff, but in the history of the music business, artists and labels have not gotten along incredibly well, because there's a financial way to do things and there's an artistic way. There's just other things I would like to do, and I think the best part of my career is ahead of me."
Meanwhile, Tim is reportedly a strong candidate for the NFL's Super Bowl halftime show next year. According to USA Today, six artists have been floated thus far as possibilities for the 2011 show and four of them are country: Tim, Kenny Chesney, Brooks & Dunn and Garth Brooks. The two other contenders have had country hits: Jimmy Buffett and Bon Jovi. Fox executives reportedly are leaning away from a classic-rock act on the heels of this year's performance by The Who.
Ooooh, as a Tim fan this news excites me! I hate that he feels held back on some sense but knowing he'll be wide open to do his own thing is awesome! Go T Go!
Would you like to see Tim at the Superbowl performing?