Tim McGraw's Columbus concert was a smash among fans of the country music star's classics.

While the lyrics to the title tune on Tim McGraw's most recent album — and the name of his current tour — are focused with becoming a person worth remembering, Columbus fans of the country music veteran have already determined he is. 

McGraw's Standing Room Only tour took over Nationwide Arena on Saturday night, with a sea of cowboy hats, checkered shirts, and plenty of glitter. 

For more than 90 minutes, McGraw took those in attendance on a journey through his more than three-decade-long career in Nashville, 

Tennessee, beginning with "Truck Yeah" and finishing with a three-song encore of "Live Like You Were Dying." 

In between, McGraw performed many of the fan favorites, such as "Just to See You Smile," "Red Ragtop," "Something Like That," and "Where the Green Grass Grows." 

Only the current hit "One Bad Habit" and "Standing Room Only" from the 2023 album were included in Saturday's setlist. McGraw also sang a cover of Elton John's "Tiny Dancer," which the audience thoroughly enjoyed. 

During the evening, McGraw also performed several of his well-known duets, such as "Over and Over" with rapper Nelly in 2004 and "Highway Don't Care." 

The later performance on Saturday night featured a video montage of partner Taylor Swift and McGraw passionately encouraging the audience to sing Swift's section of the 2013 song.  

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