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September 21, 1967

Faith Hill is born Audrey Faith Perry in Ridgeland, Mississippi.

October 6, 1996

Country singers Faith Hill and Tim McGraw get hitched.More

May 12, 1997

Married country singers Tim McGraw and Faith Hill release their first duet, "It's Your Love."

April 21, 1998

Faith Hill releases her third album, Faith, which delivers her first pop hit, "This Kiss."

April 9, 1999

Faith Hill begins her first headlining tour ("This Kiss") in Minneapolis.

November 9, 1999

Faith Hill releases her fourth album, Breathe. A huge crossover hit, it debuts at #1 in America and wins a Grammy Award for Best Country Album.

September 30, 2002

Faith Hill releases "Cry," the title track from her latest country pop album. It's another crossover success for the country singer, landing at #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart and giving her a second win for Best Female Country Vocal Performance (the first being for "Breathe").

October 12, 2002

Faith Hill is the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, hosted by Sarah Michelle Gellar, and performs "Cry" and "Free."

June 11, 2004

Faith Hill makes her film debut in the comedic remake of the 1975 thriller The Stepford Wives. Nicole Kidman, Matthew Broderick, and Bette Midler also star.

September 30, 2012

Faith Hill becomes the first country artist to debut a song on Twitter when she posts "American Heart."

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