Tim McGraw's "Felt Good on My Lips" took a jump over Jason Aldean's "My Kinda Party" to top the country chart.

Tim announces 2011 "Emotional Traffic" tour launching this Spring with special guests Luke Bryan and The Band Perry on his website TimMcGraw.com.

Tim talks about the inspirations for his songs on the cd - Southern Voice:

Among the territory explored by McGraw on SOUTHERN VOICE is aging and mortality (on songs like "If I Died Today" and "Forever Seventeen") and the relationships between parents and children ("You Had to Be There," "I Love You Goodbye"). These concepts aren't new for the man behind "Live Like You Were Dying," but they continue to add weight and perspective over time.

"Those things are part of my life,and they get a little more in-depth the older I get," he says. "Both of my fathers are dead now. Some things hit a little harder than if they were still around-but it can also make you a little softer in some ways, too.

When Tim's show comes through Texas KNUE will let you know!