Right from the get go, Tim McGraw admits he’s a Facebook-chat rookie.
“I’ve never done this before,” he said from a Nashville studio to the viewers on his Facebook page this week, “so you guys are gonna have to help me through this thing. It’s not fair, because you can see me, and I can’t see you.”
But once he gets past some technical difficulties, he moves on to answering his fans questions. And even one of his own.
When one fan mentions that he/she is from Florida, McGraw goes off on a tangent about a series he’s been watching that takes place in Florida.
“I just watched a great series based in the Keys, Bloodline, which is a great series off Netflix,” he says. It’s so nice to hear that celebrities get hooked on Netflix dramas just like the rest of us binge-watchers.
McGraw also reveals his two favorite songs of all time: the Hank Williams version of “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” and Keith Whitley’s version of Lefty Frizzell’s “I Never Go Around Mirrors.” His favorite song of his own — off his new album — is “Humble and Kind.”
And he admits that when he’s playing a show, he loves playing new songs and old ones, but if he had to choose which old one he loves doing the most, it’s “Where the Green Grass Grows.”