"Meanwhile," McGraw debuts video on Friday
Thursday, June 26, 2014
– Tim McGraw's music video for his chart climbing single "Meanwhile Back At Mama's," featuring Faith Hill, debuts Friday exclusively on Good Morning America.
Entertainment Tonight will offer a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the video on Friday as well.
The video features McGraw and his wife and exposes the juxtaposition of their public and private lives. Highlighted with clips from their performance at the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, the video integrates footage of McGraw and Hill in a relaxed setting on their family farm just outside of Nashville.
McGraw continues his Sundown Heaven Town 2014 tour this weekend with stops in Chicago on Friday; St. Louis on Saturday and Cincinnati on Sunday. His upcoming album, "Sundown Heaven Town," is set to be released on Big Machine Records on Sept. 16.
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