After discussing the beginnings of country rock and its' latest incarnation, the newest crossover into pop music warrants conversation. Tim McGraw is the latest country rock singer to combine the southern feel with an upbeat tempo to reinvent himself again. McGraw's musical talent and exceptional ability to win over an audience exhibit the recent growth of country rock. With the pop music industry growing and his wife's success crossing into the pop culture, Tim McGraw reinvented his country style to include a more "electric" sound. His latest album, Tim McGraw and The Dancehall Doctors, blends a Seventie's vibe with rock and pop, as well as, country. As many of his previous successor, Tim over the years has reinvented his music, keeping his fans curious.

Hit singles, such as "Indian Outlaw" and "She's My Kinda' Rain," characterize his eclecticism throughout genres. Tim syndicates pop culture into a combination of country rock. McGraw is an extemporary example of country rock's transition into the pop culture. Looking at the overview of rock history, music is an evolution and creation of sounds. Tim has pulled from the twangy roots of country and embraced the new sounds of pop culture to create a crackly, energetic country style. Tim's ability to re-invent his sound over the years solidifies his future success.

After discussing the beginnings of country rock and its' latest incarnation, the newest crossover into pop music warrants conversation. Tim McGraw is the latest country rock singer to combine the southern feel with an upbeat tempo to reinvent himself again. McGraw's musical talent and exceptional ability to win over an audience exhibit the recent growth of country rock. With the pop music industry growing and his wife's success crossing into the pop culture, Tim McGraw reinvented his country style to include a more "electric" sound. His latest album, Tim McGraw and The Dancehall Doctors, blends a Seventie's vibe with rock and pop, as well as, country. As many of his previous successor, Tim over the years has reinvented his music, keeping his fans curious.

Hit singles, such as "Indian Outlaw" and "She's My Kinda' Rain," characterize his eclecticism throughout genres. Tim syndicates pop culture into a combination of country rock. McGraw is an extemporary example of country rock's transition into the pop culture. Looking at the overview of rock history, music is an evolution and creation of sounds.

Tim has pulled from the twangy roots of country and embraced the new sounds of pop culture to create a crackly, energetic country style. Tim's ability to re-invent his sound over the years solidifies his future success.