After a pair of singles and one duets album with Faith Hill (The Rest Of Our Life) while recording for Sony Nashville's Arista (duets) and Columbia Nashville (solo) labels, Tim McGraw has decided to part ways with the iconic label. There was said to be an album in the can but with only "Neon Church" and the underrated "Thought About You" released from the project, it's not as if the country music icon can't take the album with him as he owned the master recordings for it anyway.
There hasn't been any word on future recording home for Tim McGraw but options for label partnerships outside of Sony Nashville (including a potential return partnership with Curb Records or Big Machine Records) cannot be off the table. Tim McGraw is still a bankable talent with an audience and he still has the ability (Nearly 3o years in) to score hits with country radio when releasing the right song (like 2016's massive "Humble And Kind").
While Tim McGraw has left the label, sources told Billboard magazine that McGraw's wife, Faith Hill, was still signed to Sony Nashville.