Samuel Timothy Smith, 1 May 1967, Delhi, Louisiana, USA. This highly popular country singer was raised in Start, Louisiana, and is the son of Frank Edwin Tug McGraw, a noted left-handed relief pitcher for the New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies, who retired in 1984 after a 19-year major league baseball career. Tim began his musical career singing in local clubs and also worked as a demo singer. He was signed to Curb Records in 1990 but did not achieve his first chart entry until 1992 with Welcome To The Club. In 1993, he had two further minor hits with Memory Lane and Two Steppin Mind, all three of these songs taken from his debut album. He appeared on the Honky Tonk Attitude tour with Joe Diffie. McGraws career took off with the release, early in 1994, of the single Indian Outlaw. The song, written by John D. Loudermilk, caused considerable controversy in the USA, where some claimed that...
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