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Thursday, February 16, 2006
Tim McGraw's New Movie, New Music
At Wednesday’s (2/15/06) Curb Records-sponsored luncheon at CRS 37 in Nashville, the movie trailer to promote the film “Flicka,” starring Tim McGraw, was world premiered on the big screens of the convention hall. The film shows snippets of McGraw’s character playing a strong and concerned father worried about his daughter’s attempt to tame a wild horse. The clip showed that Tim’s acting ability has continued to grow in this example of a strong and compelling performance. The supporting actors all showed a lot of strength and emotion in the teaser for the movie that seems to have more grit and intensity than the original “My Friend Flicka.”
Curb also debuted Tim McGraw’s new single, “When the Stars Go Blue,” from is upcoming Greatest Hits Vol. 2 album. It’s a very lyrical ballad that reveals some of the sweetest, highest register vocals ever from McGraw who continues to explore his singing capability in this new single, that may be related to the Flicka film project in some way.
Curb also offered up showcase performances from two newly signed artists, the high-energy chick duo, Bombshel and veteran star Clay Walker.