Tim McGraw Explains ACM Honors Ignorance of Faith Hill and Daughters

Tim McGraw has remained humble and kind-hearted in the music industry for almost thirty years.

The country singer spoke with ET's Cassie DiLaura backstage at the Academy of Country Music Honors in August, when he was given the ACM Icon Award.

Despite having eleven No. 1 country albums, numerous hits, and three GRAMMY Awards, McGraw told ET that he still feels "undeserving" of the accolades.

He remarked, "I feel like I got a lot more to go, but on the one hand, I feel like I've been doing it for a long time." "I hope this isn't the end of my career, but I really appreciate it," the speaker said.

He said, "I really appreciate my fans, but I'm not an awards guy." "I value the efforts made by other artists in this genre. 

I appreciate how other artists inspire me creatively. Every time I listen to a new record, I learn something. 

I can't wait for my new record to be out and for everyone to hear it. I'll do my best to keep improving.

The singer of "Live Like You Were Dying" acknowledged that he was unable to look at Faith Hill, his 27-year wife, and two of his three children, during the ceremony when McGraw received the Icon Award.

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