With a voice that is as powerful as it is recognizable. Her thirteen-year career has been highlighted by the sale of over 30 million records worldwide, during which time she has celebrated eleven #1 singles and twenty #1 videos. Her last three album releases, 1999's Breathe, 2002's Cry and 2005's Fireflies all debuted consecutively at #1 on Billboard's Top Pop Album Chart and Country Chart, making her the only female artist ever to accomplish this feat.
Fireflies, Faith's latest multi-platinum release, once again showcases her talents not only as a singer, but marks the 4th album that she has co-produced alongside longtime collaborators Dann Huff and Byron Gallimore.
Faith is a five-time Grammy Award winner, who has also won 3 Country Music Association Awards, 12 Academy of Country Music Awards, 4 American Music Awards, and 4 People's Choice Awards. Her marketability knows no equal. Her ability to draw television audiences nationwide is evidenced by the success of her own network television specials; 2000's CBS Network broadcast of "Faith!", NBC Network's broadcast of 2002's "Faith Hill: When The Lights Go Down" and 2005's "Faith Hill: Fireflies."
Faith Hill continues to grace the cover of an eclectic mix of magazines including In Style, People, Marie Claire, Country Weekly, Glamour, Redbook and so many more. She is a constant sweeps period booking on network television programming and has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Barbara Walters Special, 60 Minutes, as well as The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Tonight Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, The View and countless other programs.
She performed the National Anthem at Super Bowl XXXIV and also performed at every major awards show including multiple appearances at The Academy Awards, The Grammy Awards and VH1's Divas 1999 and 2000. In 2001, Faith appeared on "America: A Tribute To Heroes," the groundbreaking cross-networked effort to raise money to benefit the rescue workers and victims of the September 11th attack on the World Trade Towers and the Pentagon. Immediately after Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005, Faith appeared on NBC's "A Concert for Hurricane Relief."
Faith co-headlined 2006's Soul2Soul II Tour, which became the highest grossing country tour of all time and the most attended concert tour of the year in any musical genre. The tour broke many records across the country, including being the only country music tour ever to sell out 3 consecutive nights at The Staples Center in Los Angles. This tour came on the heels of 2000's Soul2Soul Tour which was one of that year's top grossing and most successful US tours.
As one of this generations most likeable, credible and visible talents, it came as no surprise that Hollywood came knocking for 2004's remake of "The Stepford Wives." Faith starred in the Paramount Pictures production alongside Nicole Kidman, Glenn Close, Bette Midler, Mathew Broderick and Christopher Walken.
Raised in Star, Mississippi, Faith moved to Nashville at the age of 19. In 1993, her debut single, "Wild One", spent four weeks at #1 and from there she never looked back. Faith Hill has based her career on dedication, passion and commitment. Combined with her unparalleled vocal talents and style she has become a sought after entertainer and has firmly planted herself at the top of the music scene, where it's easy to see (and hear) that she might just stay for a while.