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About Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw has sold more than 80 million records worldwide and dominated the charts with 44 worldwide No. 1 singles. He’s won 3 Grammy Awards, 16 Academy of Country Music Awards, 14 Country Music Association Awards. His iconic career achievements include being named BDS Radio’s Most Played Artist of the Decade for ALL music genres and having the Most Played Song of the Decade for ALL music genres. He is the most played country artist since his debut in 1992, with two singles spending more than 10 weeks at No. 1. 

His career-long tour successes include the record-setting “Soul2Soul The World Tour 2017” with his wife, Faith Hill. McGraw starred in and narrated the hit movie “The Shack” and co-wrote and performed the closing credit song for the Oscar nominated documentary "Free Solo."  His other movie credits include blockbuster hits “Friday Night Lights” and “The Blind Side”. McGraw starred beside Sam Elliott and his wife Faith Hill in the Yellowstone prequel and highly acclaimed 1883, which launched as the biggest new cable premiere since 2015. McGraw co-authored the New York Times Best Seller, Songs of America: Patriotism, Protest and the Music that Made a Nation with Jon Meacham and enjoyed a critically acclaimed multi-city book tour featuring conversation and music from the book.

McGraw is the founder of health and fitness brand, TRUMAV and recently authored a New York Times Best Selling health and fitness book Grit & Grace: Train the Mind, Train the Body, Own Your Life. As part of the host committee, McGraw welcomed the largest outdoor crowd ever to his Nashville performance at the 2019 NFL Draft. He also appeared in the NFL Tailgate Party for Super Bowl LII and the College Football Playoffs 2020. McGraw’s current single from his #1 album, Here On Earth is “7500 OBO”.


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Tim McGraw

About Guy Fieri

Chef, restaurateur, New York Times Best Selling author and Emmy Award-winning TV host, Guy Fieri, is one of the world’s most recognizable and influential culinary stars. In 2019, Guy received a star on the celebrated Hollywood Walk Fame, a rare feat for a chef.


Guy began his love affair with food at the age of ten, selling soft pretzels from a three-wheeled bicycle cart he built with his father called “The Awesome Pretzel.” After selling pretzels and washing dishes for six years, Guy earned enough money to pursue his dream of studying abroad in Chantilly, France, where he gained a profound appreciation for international cuisines and further strengthened his passion for food. He returned to the US and graduated from the University of Nevada Las Vegas with a degree in Hospitality Management. Upon his graduation, Guy jumped headfirst into the restaurant business, ultimately opening his own casual dining concepts in Northern California.

In 2006, Guy won Food Network’s popular television competition show, “Next Food Network Star” and was awarded his own series, the Emmy nominated “Guy’s Big Bite.” Since that time, Guy has taken food television by storm as host of top-rated TV shows including the iconic, Emmy-nominated “Diners, Drive Ins & Dives,” “Guy’s Grocery Games,” “Tournament of Champions" and “Guy’s Ranch Kitchen.”

Additionally, Guy and his team at Knuckle Sandwich, LLC, have created a thriving food and beverage empire. He recently launched Flavortown Kitchen, a 175 location virtual brand to complement his eighty plus scratch kitchen restaurant concepts worldwide. In addition, he’s partnered with legendary rocker and spirits pioneer, Sammy Hagar in Santo Tequila. On land and at sea, from the Las Vegas Strip to the Atlantic City Boardwalk, from South Africa to Colombia and from Costa Rica to Dubai, Guy’s culinary and spirits creations are enjoyed globally, every day.

Guy believes that giving back is one of the most important things you can do. "I was raised, that you always help your community and you always help people that need help, and you participate You got to be an active member.”

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Guy Fieri
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About Cleve Borman Field

While the rest of Napa Valley has morphed into California's most famous wine region, Borman Field and its surrounding neighborhood, known as the Veterans Home of California, Yountville, remain intact. History shows the Field dates back to the late 1890s making it one of the oldest ballparks in the country. Starting in the early 1930's, the Home under the California Veterans administration, sponsored and financed Sunday baseball to entertain the veterans residing there as well as the public. Today, the stadium continues to host baseball games for the vets, including Tug McGraw/CalVet's Mixed Nutts Team.The all veteran team plays in replicated uniforms from the Home's 1916 team. Along side the ivy covered outfield fences, The Tug McGraw Brain Food Garden and Heroes Garden frame the west side of Borman-A Field where Tug once played.

Cleve Borman Field

About Guy Fieri Foundation

The Guy Fieri Foundation is a non-profit organization that was started in 2011 with a simple idea of teaching the next generation of chefs how to cook. Since then, the foundation has expanded to offer programs that support first responders in disaster locations, and celebrate our local heroes, military and veterans. The mission of the Guy Fieri Foundation uses food, cooking, and education to nourish, uplift, and encourage our communities. For more information on The Guy Fieri Foundation visit


About Neighbor's Keeper

The Neighbor's Keeper Advised Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee was founded by Faith Hill and Tim McGraw in 2004 out of their desire to help people in need and encourage the spirit of neighbors helping neighbors. Neighbor's Keeper seeks to strengthen communities by contributing to diverse projects nationwide.


About Tug McGraw Foundation

The Tug McGraw Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals diagnosed with debilitating neurological brain conditions such as brain tumors, mild-traumatic brain injury, and post-traumatic stress. Founded by former Major League Baseball player and U.S. Marine veteran, Tug McGraw in 2003; The foundation drives progress through resources, connecting and fostering collaboration between military and civilian medicine, and sustainable brain wellness programs that addresses the physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual needs to further brain health. TMF is located at the Veterans Home of California, Yountville. To learn more visit

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