Chris O’Kelley

Chris O’Kelley

Chris O’Kelley

Image was taken during the golden hour,just an hour before the sundown,of an acoustic guitar wich its chords leads people's eye straight to the sunset.

March 23, 1999, makes Tim McGraw Today’s Country Music Fact Of The Day. For the first time fans of Tim McGraw were able to put ears on Tim’s brand new song, “Please Remember Me” The song went on to be a big number one song for Tim McGraw. It spent five weeks at number one. The song was also McGraw’s biggest solo hit on the Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at number 10.

A few things about this song.  The female vocals you hear in the background are that of Patty Loveless.  Country artist Rodney Crowell also recorded this song for his album in 1995.  Rodney didn’t have a lot of success with “Please Remember Me” as it only went to Number 69 on the charts.

“Please Remember Me” was Tim McGraw’s lead sing of his album, “A Place In The Sun”.  Not bad to have a 5 weak number song be your lead single off of a new album.

The album ” A Place In The Sun” went on to sell 4 million copies, and have 4 number 1 songs

A Place In The Sun Track List

  1. Trouble With Never
  2. Seventeen
  3. She’ll Have You Back
  4. Somebody Must Be Prayin’ For Me
  5. My Best Friend-Went To Number 1
  6. Senorita Margarita
  7. Somethings Never Change-Went To Number 7
  8. You Don’t Love Me Any More
  9. Something Like That-Went To Number 1
  10. Please Remember Me-Went To Number 1 for 5 weaks
  11. Carry On
  12. My Next Thirty Years-Went To Number 1 and written by Phil Vassar
  13. Eyes Of A Woman
  14. A Place In The Sun

  • Please Remember Me

  • My Best Friend

  • Somethings Never Change

  • Something Like That

  • My Next Thirty Years

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