It’s been a busy summer for Tim McGraw, what with his rigorous touring schedule, but the ‘Better Than I Used to Be’ singer has found time to tape a live performance for the iconic ‘Austin City Limits’ public television program. The country superstar made the announcement via his official Twitter account.

“Tim to perform on Austin City Limits TV on August 6th! Stay tuned for episode airings! @acltv #acltv,” he said in the announcement.

Taped live in Austin, Texas in front of an audience of music lovers, ‘Austin City Limits’ was first created to celebrate Texas country music, but the program expanded its musical boundaries to include national and international recording artists of all genres in an effort to gain a wider audience. Touted as the ”longest running music show in the history of American television,” ‘Austin City Limits’ was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010 for its contributions to mainstream music.

Immediately following his performance, McGraw will resume his touring duties with Kenny Chesney as part of the Brothers of the Sun all-arena tour. The two country superstars will wrap the 25-date extravaganza at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass. on August 25. Click here for tour dates and ticket information.

Tune in to catch Tim McGraw on ‘Austin City Limits’ on August 6.

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