It’s been a long year for Tim McGraw, who has just released a statement on his win in court this week. A judge ruled in his favor, allowing him to be able to record with a new record label while the lawsuit between him and Curb Records will be settled next year.
Tim went out on his “Emotional Traffic Tour” earlier this year, even without the album of the same name getting released. It looks like that album might not see the light of day, but Tim is planning on recording a new album as soon as possible for his fans:
I fought very hard for the release of Emotional Traffic, it’s an album full of music of which I am very proud. It’s extremely unfortunate that it wasn’t released earlier this year in conjunction with the Emotional Traffic tour but all I want to do now is focus on the positive and look to the future. I’m really excited about the new music I’m recording. Next week I’m putting out a holiday song I’ve just recorded called “Christmas All Over The World.” After the first of the year I’ll have a brand new single which I can hardly wait to share with everyone. I am so appreciative of the support I’ve received over the years, and I’m looking forward to this next chapter of my career.
Curb Records sent out a new single to radio from Tim right after court ended this week. The new single, titled “Better Than I Used To Be” has already received airplay on mainstream country radio. What do you think about Tim’s new single? Should radio be playing it, or should they leave it alone to support Tim?