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The couple divorced when Mc Graw was nine, and after that, he and his mother were often forced to relocate around Richland Parish.
One time after moving, Mc Graw, then 11, opened a box that contained his birth certificate, which had his father's name scribbled out but listed the occupation as "baseball player." His mother eventually divulged that she had a brief summer romance with Tug Mc Graw, a minor league pitcher at the time.
His first self-titled album came out in April of 1993, but sank into oblivion.
To drum up attention, the label sent Mc Graw on the road with his band, the Dance Hall Doctors, and his live act went over big.
Despite Mc Graw's explanation of his intentions, Cherokee Nation leader Wilma Mankiller sent a letter to stations claiming the song exhibited "crass exploitative commercialism at the expense of Indians," stating that it "promotes bigotry," according to a article by Peter Cronin.
When he was a senior at Monroe Christian High School, he met up again with Tug Mc Graw, who agreed to pay for his higher education. Shortly after that he changed his surname to match that of his biological father, though he continues to consider his stepfather, Smith, as his true dad.
As a freshman at Northeast Louisiana State University, Mc Graw took pre-law courses after seeing the film , starring Al Pacino.
Soon, he decided to quit school and try his luck in Nashville.
His father told him to finish school first, but Mc Graw reminded him that he had quit college for baseball.
Besides, as Mc Graw noted to Dave Mc Kenna in the , "The only thing I learned in college was how to float a keg, and I didn't figure that was going to get me too far.