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Tim McGraw returns this week with "Let It Go," his first studio album in three years via Curb. The set, the follow-up to 2004's "Live Like You Were Dying," features a pair of duets with wife Faith Hil

Tim McGraw returns this week with "Let It Go," his first studio album in three years via Curb. The set, the follow-up to 2004's "Live Like You Were Dying," features a pair of duets with wife Faith Hill: "Shotgun Rider" and "I Need You."

"Let It Go" was co-produced by McGraw, longtime collaborator Byron Gallimore and Darran Smith. McGraw is backed by his touring band, the Dancehall Doctors, marking the group's third appearance on his recordings.

Another country star, Big Kenny of Big & Rich, penned the album's first single, "Last Dollar," which has already logged time at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. As for the title song, McGraw says, "After the album was done and I was kind of looking for what I wanted to call it, that song just kept coming back to me; turning 40 and having a little bit of wisdom, but still being young and dumb."

McGraw and Hill will reprise their successful Soul II Soul tour this summer, beginning June 6 in Omaha, Neb.