Quarantined Tim McGraw Performs 1986 Song “Take The Long Way Home”

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Quarantined Tim McGraw Performs 1986 Song “Take The Long Way Home” | Classic Country Music Videos

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While everyone is quarantined to their homes and trying to keep safe from the coronavirus many country artists have taken it upon themselves to share live music for our entertainment. We are definitely not complaining!

Tim McGraw was the latest country artist to share a video of him singing one of his “favorites.” On Friday, March 20 Tim took to Facebook and shared a video of him in a candlelit room, on a white chair and guitar in hand.

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Tim captioned the video:

Who’s got cool songs they’ve always loved to play when they’re sitting around the house or when u were in high school or college? Here’s one of my favs: John Schneider’s Take the Long Way Home.

Tim also addresses his country artist friends by inviting them to his newly created challenge, calling it the #deepcutschallenge. His first three challengers are Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean, and Brad Paisley! Seeing how Tim joined Brad for his Live Quarantine Concert on Thursday, March 20, I’m pretty sure he owes him one.

Taking requests live from my house!

Posted by Brad Paisley on Thursday, March 19, 2020

Tim performed the 1986 hit “Take The Long Way Home” by John Schneider. John Schneider was best known for playing Bo Duke in the original TV series of The Dukes Of Hazzard. Schneider also had a career in country music releasing nine studio albums and one greatest hit album.

Watch Tim’s intimate performance below.

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