'''Audrey Faith Perry''' (born September 21, 1967), better known as Faith Hill, is a CountryMusic singer known as much for her own music as she is for her longterm marriage to Music/TimMcGraw. Hill debuted in 1993 with the song "Wild One" from her album ''Take Me as I Am'' and remained a regular presence on the country music charts throughout the 1990s and into the early 2000s. Her biggest hits came in the latter half of the 1990s decade, including the [=McGraw=] duet "It's Your Love", as well as "This Kiss", "Breathe" and "The Way You Love Me", all of which crossed over to pop radio.

After a more pop and AC oriented crossover album, Faith returned to form in 2005 with ''Fireflies'', which returned her to her more traditional country-pop sound. This album accounted for her last Number One hit in "Mississippi Girl" (co-written by John Rich of Music/BigAndRich). She's been pretty much quiet after a couple flops from a GreatestHitsAlbum and a stray Christmas album, but finally returned in 2011 with the dud single "Come Home" (a One Republic cover). After ''that'' flopped, she tried again with "American Heart" in late 2012. She finally signed a joint deal with Tim, and the two released a duet album in 2017.

From 2006-2014 she provided the musical opening for Creator/{{NBC}}'s ''Sunday Night Football'' telecasts.

* ''Take Me as I Am'' (1993)
* ''It Matters to Me'' (1995)
* ''Faith'' (1998)
* ''Breathe'' (1999)
* ''Cry'' (2002)
* ''Fireflies'' (2005)
* ''Joy to the World'' (2008)
* ''The Rest of Our Life'' (duets album with Music/TimMcGraw) (2017)
!Tropes present:
* AssumedWin: The 2006 Country Music Awards saw Faith Hill and Carrie Underwood both nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year. As the nominations were being announced, a camera was trained on all five finalists, including Hill and Underwood. Then, as Underwood was announced the winner, Hill smiled and raised her arms, then apparently screamed "[[BigWhat What?]]" and stormed away. All of this was caught on live television just before the nominee camera shots were pulled away. Faith Hill and her management insisted the act was a joke, but left many unconvinced.
* AutoTune: The backing vocals on the pop remix of "The Way You Love Me".
* DooWopProgression: The first half of the verses to "I Can't Do That Anymore".
* EarlyBirdCameo: Before her debut single, she sang backing vocals for Gary Morris, at whose publishing company she worked in the late 80s.
* GreatestHitsAlbum: ''The Hits''.
* LyricalShoehorn: The first stanza of "The Way You Love Me":
-->If I could grant you one wish
-->I wish you could see the way you kiss
** So she'll grant him a wish, but she gets to pick it for him. Yeah, that makes sense. Also, the next two lines are heavily laden with "ooh"s just to make the meter fit.
* MsFanservice: In her ''Sunday Night Football'' intros.
* NewSoundAlbum: ''Cry'' completed the transition from country-pop to outright pop that began in ''Breathe''. Although this sound won her a Grammy for the title track and gave her a third number one on the AC charts, the rest of the album did very little at country or pop radio ("Cry" zoomed to #12 then dropped like a rock), and led to many fans accusing her of selling out to the pop base. She pretty much returned to her mid-1990s sound with ''Fireflies'' in 2005.
* PrettyInMink: Wore a couple fur wraps for some videos, such as "There You'll Be" and "I Love the Way You Love Me".
* RearrangeTheSong: "You Can't Lose Me" was re-recorded for the video.
* TheRunnerUpTakesItAll: "Breathe" only got to #2 on the Hot 100, but was the top pop hit of 2000 per the ''Billboard'' Year-End charts.
* SelfBackingVocalist: Done a lot, almost exclusively.
* StepfordSmiler: In terms of the page image for the trope; she played one of Film/TheStepfordWives. Otherwise, averted.
* SurrealMusicVideo: "This Kiss", which has her swinging from cherries, riding rockets, and playing with oversized butterflies.
* TruckDriversGearChange: The verses of "The Way You Love Me" are in C. It goes up to D for most of the chorus, and then up ''again'' to E for the last line of the chorus.
* VivaLasVegas: "Let's Go to Vegas" has her persuading a lover to run off and get married in UsefulNotes/LasVegas. The TropeNamer is name-dropped in the bridge.
* WordSaladLyrics: "Red Umbrella". On one blog, the writers tried to justify it as being like a Music/TheBeatles song, but judge for yourself:
-->You can wear your sorrow like an old raincoat
-->You can save your tears in a bottle made of gold
-->But the glitter on the sidewalk always shines
-->Yeah, even God needs to cry sometimes