Down home music star Tim McGraw dumped his brand name dark Texas style cap to ride on TV as of late,
featuring with his better half and individual artist Faith Hill in the "Yellowstone" prequel series "1883" (presently airs on Paramount+).
Now that his stretch as railcar pioneer James Dutton is finished,
McGraw heads to the cleared street on his first independent public visit in quite a while
Try not to expect the "I Like It, I Love It" vocalist to be corroded.
"I've been doing this for very nearly 35 years," says McGraw, 54.
"With the best band and team on the planet, it will resemble riding a bicycle. It will feel like home."
McGraw talked about the finish of his train unit course campaign and visit with USA TODAY.
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