Friday, March 13, 2015


Faith Hill was born under the name Audrey Faith Perry in Ridgeland, Mississippi on September 21, 1967.  Edna and Ted Perry already had two biologically born sons before adopting Audrey Faith Perry from the orphanage when she was an infant.  The National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) was in charge of a youth organization called 4-H Club revolving around farming and agriculture.  It was at a 4-H luncheon that she performed her first concert at the age of seven and she was hooked on music and performing ever since.  She expanded from performing at 4-H luncheons to performing at churches before forming her own band as a teenager at the age of seventeen.  With her band fully formed, she expanded from churches to performing also in rodeos.  Her desire to perform music was so great that she became excited when offered the chance to perform country music to inmates incarcerated at Hinds County Jail.  It was in 1986 when Aubrey Faith Perry graduated from McLaurin Attendance Center.  While living in Raymond, Mississippi, she started attending college classes at  Hinds Junior College (Now called Hinds Community College) before dropping out of school to become a country music performer while she was only a College Freshman at age nineteen.  When she failed to find employment as Reba McEntire's backup singer, she sold t-shirts at rock concerts, worked as a secretary before finding employment at McDonalds. 
Aubrey Faith Perry married Daniel Hill who was a music publishing executive in 1988 and divorced him in 1994.  While she was married to Daniel Hill, she started looking for her Natural Birth Mother and found her in 1993.  It wasn't known if Aubrey Faith Hill ever found her birth Father.  Her Natural Birth Mother is currently dead of unknown causes. 
Faith Hill released her debut album one full year before getting divorced in 1993.  She released her second album in 1995.  And then it was off to the Spontaneous Combustion Tour with Tim McGraw.  Faith Hill became engaged to album producer Scott Hendrick's, but it was pregnancy after premarital sex with Tim McGraw that wrecked the engagement and led to marriage number two for Faith Hill.  Faith Hill and Tim McGraw married on October 6, 1996.   It was her third album in 1998 that made Faith Hill a household name.  Her fourth album was released in 1999 and her sixth album was released in 2002.   Her fifth album in 2001 and her eighth album released in 2007 were greatest hits collections.  Her seventh album was released in 2005.  Her latest album, released in 2008 was a collection of Christmas carols.  Faith Hill and Tim McGraw produced three daughters named Gracie Katherine (b. 1997), Maggie Elizabeth (b. 1998) and Audrey Caroline (b. 2001).  Faith Hill continues to record music and tour to support her music to this exact moment of time.

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw

 Faith Hill

 Tim McGraw and his wife Faith Hill

Faith Hill

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