Faith Hill

Faith Hill is one of the most beloved country stars of her generation, and one of the best-selling of all time. She was discovered while singing backing vocals for songwriter Gary Burr at the Bluebird Cafe, and signed to Warner Bros. Her 1993 debut album 'Take Me As I Am' launched her to stardom with two No. 1 hits, "Wild One" and "Piece of My Heart." She followed up with 'It Matters to Me' the following year, scoring another hit with the title song, but it was her 1998 album 'Faith' that really cemented her superstardom, crossing over to adult contemporary with "This Kiss" and "Let Me Let Go." She's gone on to a long string of other hits that includes "Breathe," "The Way You Love Me" and "Mississippi Girl." Hill married fellow country star Tim McGraw in October of 1996, and they have been one of country's highest-profile couples ever since, recording a number of hit duets and in more recent years performing a successful residency in Las Vegas. Hill also served as the voice of Monday Night Football from 2007 until 2013, and has been working on a new studio album since 2011.

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