Tim McGraw Lends Voice to ‘Blue Collar Millionaires’
Music won't be the only place you can hear Tim McGraw's voice in 2017. The superstar is lending his voice to Season 2 of the CNBC show Blue Collar Millionaires, kicking off in early 2017.
The show profiles three "hard-working entrepreneurs who’ve gotten rich by getting their hands dirty," as described in a press release about the program, highlighting the self-made successes of working class men and women who've made a fortune by mastering their trades, ranging from gator trappers to chimney sweeps.
McGraw's television voiceover appearance is just one time the singer will be on screens in 2017. He's set to appear in the upcoming film The Shack in March of 2017, starring alongside Oscar winner Octavia Spencer and Sam Worthington, where he plays a character named Willie, best friend to Worthington's Mack Phillips. He and wife Faith Hill also co-wrote and sing a duet for the film's soundtrack called "Keep Your Eyes on Me."
The duo are taking 2017 by storm with their Soul2Soul World Tour, bringing them across the U.S. and Canada for a nonstop schedule that begins in April and continues through October.
His single, "Humble and Kind," not only topped the country charts in 2016, but also took home the Song of the Year award at the 2016 CMA Awards. The critically-acclaimed track penned by Lori McKenna is also up for Best Country Song at the 2017 Grammys Awards. His current single, "How I'll Always Be," co-written by Chris Janson, landed in the top 10 on Billboard's Country Airplay and Hot Country Songs charts.
Season 2 of Blue Collar Millionaires premieres Wednesday, Jan. 4 with back-to-back episodes starting at 10PM ET on CNBC.
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