For country music fans, Faith Hill's performance of her new song 'Come Home' was the highlight of the 2012 People's Choice Awards on Wednesday night. The singer returned to the national spotlight for just the third time in recent years, singing the song that she debuted at the CMA Awards in November.
Carrie Underwood and Faith Hill will get a chance to show off some of their best work from 2011 later this month. The country ladies will appear alongside Tony Bennett in an upcoming PBS special which brings the jazz legend's 'Duets II' album sessions to life on the television screen.
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's love for one another has been pure and honest since day one. The country superstars wed over 15 years ago, but their love remains strong through a sometimes rocky business that can consume so much of your time.
Faith Hill made it public knowledge that she would be releasing a new album in 2012 around the same time that her husband, the legendary Tim McGraw, made a similar announcement. It's the first album since 2005 for the 'Breathe' icon, so it's a fresh start and a pretty great New Year's resolution. Now that 2012 is almost here (she promised "by March," but we'll see), we're gathering all of the pieces of information about the 2012 new album to give our readers an idea of what to expect from Hill's "deepest album yet" -- in her words.
Four time People's Choice Award winner Faith Hill has planned yet another step in her "comeback." The singer is one of the first major performers to be confirmed for the Jan. 11 broadcast of the 2012 People's Choice Awards. That's more than enough reason to tune in, isn't it?
Faith Hill knows the true meaning of Christmas -- it's making sure the reindeer are fed. After spilling the intimate details of her holiday traditions with her country cowboy husband Tim McGraw during the ‘CMA Country Christmas’ special, the blonde songstress laid down a good kind of sleepy song: the classic 'Little Drummer Boy.'
The holidays are a time of bustling around, hectic planning and the addition of last minute touches. Apparently the same is true for even the most spectacular events of the season. NBC just reported that Faith Hill has canceled her planned appearance on tonight's 'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' NBC television special, which can expect about 250,000 live spectators and 11 million viewers.
Faith Hill talked about her new album -- the first in over six years -- during her long conversation with ABC's Robin Roberts last week. She also talked about her impromptu quest to find her biological mother and her discovery of a biological brother.
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