Tim McGraw has fans concerned and on edge after he deleted all Instagram photos and tweets on Friday, September 28th. McGraw is generally very active on social media, whether posting photos from the ‘Soul2Soul’ Tour, fishing in the Bahamas, or a peak at what he is cooking up in the kitchen, fans are used to seeing life behind the lens of the country superstar.
Early last week McGraw posted a very cryptic photo on Instagram and fans were commenting asking if we are getting new music or what else this could possibly mean. After wiping all his social media accounts, even his profile photos, McGraw tweeted, “I need Jesus or I need whiskey.”
Could this be a new song title, perhaps a sneak peak of lyrics or should fans be concerned? McGraw has not put out a solo album since November 2015 when he released Damn Country Music that included #1 singles “Top of The World” and “Humble and Kind”. In between that time, McGraw and Faith Hill put out their first duet album The Rest of Our Life and kicked off their ‘Soul2Soul’ Tour. Joining a new record label the same year also preceded the release of “Speak to a Girl”, the lead single from the duet album which was released on November 17, 2017. The release of the album also coincided with the opening of an exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum titled “Mississippi Woman, Louisiana Man”, which celebrated the careers of both McGraw and Hill.
Today, McGraw hit fans with another Twitter & Instagram post which included a phone number, 615-205-5687, and a message, “I’ll Text You Back :)”.
If McGraw is following today’s trend of wiping social media in anticipation of a new project then we can expect something very soon, so Tim McGraw fans: prepare yourselves and follow McGraw on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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