Tim McGraw's Columbus show delights country music lovers.

The title track of Tim McGraw's latest album and current tour is about being remembered, but Columbus fans have already decided he is.

McGraw's Standing Room Only tour filled Nationwide Arena Saturday night with cowboy hats, checkered shirts, and glitter.

Starting with "Truck Yeah," McGraw led fans through his three-decade Nashville career for over 90 minutes, culminating with "Live Like You Were Dying."

In between, McGraw performed fan favorites like "Just to See You Smile," "Red Ragtop," "Something Like That," and "Where the Green Grass Grows."

On Saturday, only "One Bad Habit" and "Standing Room Only" from the 2023 album made the cut. McGraw covered Elton John's "Tiny Dancer," which the crowd loved.

McGraw also sang "Over and Over" with rapper Nelly and "Highway Don't Care."

Taylor Swift and McGraw eagerly had the crowd sing Swift's part of the 2013 song during Saturday night's performance. Swift, who is presently on hiatus from her tour, opened for McGraw early in her career.

Nashville foursome The Woods opened for McGraw on this tour, with their traditional country style and nice harmonies getting the crowd cheering.

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