Tim McGraw is using the snow day in Nashville to reminisce. As he’s sitting in his backyard, looking at the snow falling, a certain song comes to mind.
McGraw is reminded of the Gap Band and one of their originals. The singer-songwriter actually has a video of him and his band covering the song, “Season’s No Reason to Change,” in McGraw’s trailer. As a matter of fact, he posted the video to Instagram.
Tim McGraw writes, “I was watching the snow falling tonight…. Made me think of this song… ‘Season’s No Reason to Change’ off Gap Band IV…always loved it”
The song soundtracks the video McGraw captured of his home in Nashville. Additionally, the home footage cuts back and forth between McGraw singing the tune from the Gap Band’s self-titled sixth album.
This video by the “Humble and Kind” singer has been well received. Fans in the comments write McGraw’s acoustic jam session,
“That was so wonderful… love it!!! Thank you so much for sharing your trailer jam session!!” shares one fan.
“Wow what a wonderful beautiful new song Tim ..its breathless so unbelievable special words sound just flows of love and sincerely touching your heart,” writes another.
Tim McGraw Jams to Gap Band’s Song
Tim McGraw does this song justice when he and his band recreate the”Season’s No Reason to Change.”
This song is from the Gap Band’s sixth album, despite the Roman numeral for four, titled Gap Band IV. The record produced three, more well-known singles than “Season’s No Reason to Change.” Those are “You Dropped a Bomb on Me,” “Early In the Morning,” and “Outstanding.” Additionally, the record achieved a rare feat in which every song on the album received radio airplay.
Gap Band IV was released in 1982 on Total Experience Records. It went on to climb to No. 1 on the Black Album chart and No. 14 on the Pop Albums chart. What’s more, it also achieved platinum status and is considered the group’s most successful project.
The Gap Band is an American R&B and funk band made up of three brothers, Charlie Ronnie, and Robert Wilson. The group rose to fame during the 1970s and 80s. The three brothers named their band after streets, Greenwood, Archer, and Pine. These streets are located in the historic Greenwood neighborhood in the brothers’ hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma