Tim’s “Swampstock” Available Through AT&T

Tim McGraw’s 2006 Swampstock fundraiser in Rayville, La., will be available for viewing by AT&T through three outlets: online, mobile phone and television.

Swampstock, hosted by Tim and wife Faith Hill, features a charity softball game and concert that benefit local charities through Tim and Faith’s Neighbor’s Keeper Foundation. Among the stars joining in on the 2006 show were Martina McBride and The Warren Brothers. There will be a channel dedicated to the event for AT&T Broadband TV subscribers. Also, behind-the-scenes footage of the event will be available to AT&T wireless customers as well as to online visitors to AT&T’s blue room at blueroom.att.com/mainstage. For the first time, fans will be able to experience the freewheeling fun of Swampstock, whether they’re at home, at the office or even on the road. The content is available for 90 days to AT&T customers.

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