Tim McGraw debuts music video for “Damn Country Music”

Tim McGraw Damn Country Music video

Tim McGraw took to Facebook this morning for a live chat  (you can watch the video here) with fans. After a bit of a technical snafu, things went off without a hitch. Afterwards, Tim debuted the brand new music video for Damn Country Music from the album of the same name, out November 6.

Check out the video below or here if that doesn’t work.

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