Tim McGraw makes good on promise to bombing survivor

Country 102.5 program director Mike Brophey, left, with Jacqui Webb, Tim McGraw, Country, and the radio station’s music director Ginny Rogers at the Comcast Center. (Handout)
Country 102.5 program director Mike Brophey, left, with Jacqui Webb, Tim McGraw, Country, and the radio station’s music director Ginny Rogers at the Comcast Center. (Handout)

Tim McGraw is a man of his word. A few days after the Boston Marathon bombings, the country star called survivor Jacqui Webb as she lay in a bed recovering at Tufts Medical Center. McGraw, who’d been told about Webb by the friendly folks at WKLB-FM (102.5), invited Jacqui to be his guest when the singer’s “2 Lanes to Freedom” tour pulled into the Comcast Center. A big fan of the “Real Good Man” singer, she said yes, of course, and the two chatted for a bit backstage after his show the other night.

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