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  • Mar 23, 1950
    Record producer Byron Gallimore is born in Puryear, Tennessee. Among his credits: Faith Hill's "Breathe," Tim McGraw's "Live Like You Were Dying," Martina McBride's "I'm Gonna Love You Through It" and Sugarland's "Everyday America"
    May 10, 1995
    Tim McGraw and producers James Stroud and Byron Gallimore share Album of the Year honors for "Not A Moment Too Soon" in the 30th annual Academy of Country Music Awards, broadcast live on NBC-TV from Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre
    Apr 22, 1998
    "It's Your Love" wins Single Record of the Year for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, as well as producers James Stroud and Byron Gallimore, in CBS' telecast of the 33rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards at Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre
    Sep 23, 1998
    Tim McGraw's "Everywhere" CD, produced by James Stroud and Byron Gallimore, wins Album of the Year during the Country Music Association's 32nd annual awards at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville
    May 5, 1999
    "This Kiss" wins Single Record of the Year for Faith Hill and producer Byron Gallimore and Video of the Year for Hill, producer Susan Bowman and director Steven Goldmann in the 34th annual Academy of Country Music awards on CBS from Los Angeles
    Sep 22, 1999
    Tim McGraw's "A Place In The Sun," produced by James Stroud and Byron Gallimore, wins Album of the Year during the 33rd annual Country Music Association awards at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville
    Feb 21, 2001
    Co-producer Byron Gallimore shares Best Country Album honors with Faith Hill, for "Breathe," during the 43rd annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles
    Jul 26, 2001
    "Breathe" producer Byron Gallimore and his wife, Missi, welcome their second child, Ella Rose Gallimore
    Nov 9, 2004
    "Live Like You Were Dying" is double-trouble in the 38th annual Country Music Association awards, winning Single of the Year for Tim McGraw and producers Byron Gallimore and Darran Smith, and Song of the Year for songwriters Craig Wiseman and Tim Nichols
    May 17, 2005
    Tim McGraw and producers Byron Gallimore and Darran Smith win Single Record of the Year, for "Live Like You Were Dying," during the 40th annual Academy of Country Music awards, telecast on CBS from Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay

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