Tim McGraw Joins The Shadowboxers For Bathroom Sing-Along

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Tim Enlists A Little Help On Tour

Everyone enjoys singing a good tune in the shower from time to time. That’s because bathrooms offer up some pretty good acoustics, something that Tim McGraw knows well. 

While hanging out backstage on his Soul2Soul World Tour with his wife, Faith Hill, McGraw broke out into a spontaneous bathroom performance. But he wasn’t alone. He was joined by the Atlanta-based pop band The Shadowboxers, who opened the Soul2Soul shows on select dates.

McGraw shared a video of their bathroom sing-along on Twitter, and fans couldn’t get enough.

Taking It Back To Old School Track

The guys sang a song titled “More than I Can Say,” which was written by two former members of Buddy Holly‘s band the Crickets.

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The song was recorded a few times after the Crickets released their original recording in 1960. But it was British singer-songwriter Leo Sayer who turned it into a big hit.

Sayer’s version claimed the top spot on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart and also reached the second position on the Billboard Hot 100.

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The Country Connection To The Tune

“More than I Can Say” has a country connection as well. Following the success of Sayer’s version, country artist Sammy Kershaw decided to record his own for his 1999 album, Maybe Not Tonight.

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Courtesy of his bathroom singing session, McGraw has further strengthened the country connection to the song. McGraw started off singing alone, while The Shadowboxers backed him up by playing along on their guitars. The bathroom’s acoustics helped project McGraw’s voice, creating a powerful sound.

As good as McGraw sounded solo, the whole thing got even better once The Shadowboxers started singing with them. Their harmonies rang throughout the room, and managed to give us chills in the process!

Now it’s time for you to tune in to McGraw’s impressive bathroom sing-along with The Shadowboxers. Check it out below.

After watching this, we think McGraw should seriously consider recording “More than I Can Say” for an album of his own!

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