Tim McGraw takes a crowded Climate Pledge Arena down memory lane.

One of those talents is Tim McGraw, who fulfilled his promise Friday night at Climate Pledge Arena to a packed house.

McGraw proved his relevance as a performer four decades after being a hitmaker on his own and with Faith Hill during the 1990s.

McGraw, 56, looked virtually ageless in tight trousers and a black Henley. Thankfully, his voice remains youthful.

McGraw's introduction, “Truck Yeah,” reinforced the idea that country music events resemble arena rock shows.

The high-octane start worked, as the crowd rose to its feet and stayed all night.

“Southern Voice” kept the rocking going before “All I Want Is A Life,” from McGraw’s 1996 platinum album “All I Want,” became country.

 The unexpected number of young people in the crowd may have been disappointed, but millennials and boomers cheered.

McGraw brought the crowd to its feet with his flawless performance of Elton John's “Tiny Dancer”. This song is easy to mess up, but McGraw showed off his voice by nailing every note.

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