Tim McGraw Gets Inducted into the Headwear Hall of Fame
The country superstar is honored for his signature style
Sure, he’s won his share of ACM, CMA and Grammy awards, not to mention all the No. 1 hits and sold-out tours – all proof that Tim McGraw can really rock a crowd. But now he’s earning accolades for his ability to rock a hat.
The “Shotgun Rider” singer has been inducted into the Headwear Hall of Fame this year in acknowledgement of his “signature style” – and how well he wears it.
However, McGraw jokes that his famous topper is actually just covering up an insecurity.
“Of course the cowboy hat is who I am in my music, but I’ve never been real comfortable with the way I looked without a hat,” the singer, 47, has told PEOPLE. “I have what I call a ‘fivehead’. I don’t have a forehead, I have a ‘fivehead.’ I always felt that I had a really big head. But that’s one of those things about getting older – you get more comfortable with yourself.”