25 Years Since Tim McGraw’s First #1 Hit: “Don’t Take The Girl”
Tim McGraw will be at Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino in Niagara Falls tomorrow night at 8 p.m. for an outdoor concert (remember that WYRK will be there too!).
Tim's had 26 Billboard Airplay #1 hits at country radio but his very first one was way back in 1994, with a song called "Don't Take the Girl."
"Don't Take the Girl" was actually Tim's sixth-career single but his first time to hit the top. It was released in March of 1994 and off his breakthrough album, Not a Moment Too Soon.
Written by Craig Martin and Larry W. Johnson, "Don't Take the Girl" tells the emotional three-part story of Johnny and his journey through life with a girl, that by the end of the song would be in a battle for her life with the birth of their child.
It's hard not to be touched by the track and is still regarded as one of Tim's best to this day.
Can't wait for Tim on Saturday night at Seneca Niagara Resort and Casino in Niagara Falls.