Over the course of her career Faith has endeared herself to those that she's met and she's been called upon by others to take part in some of the world's most prestigious events. She's been fortunate enough to perform at just about every major awards show, including multiple appearances at The Academy Awards. She's performed the National Anthem at Super Bowl XXXIV and performed live from Rome for "Live8." She wasted no time in accepting the opportunity to perform 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 and immediately after Hurricane Katrina appeared on NBC's "A Concert for Hurricane Relief." She's also had three of her own highly-rated 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."
Over the course of the past two years Faith has spent much of her time on the road. 2006's Soul2Soul II Tour and Soul2Soul Tour 2007, which she did with her husband Tim McGraw, was and still is the highest grossing country tour of all time. It was selected as Pollstar Magazine's "Major Tour of 2006" over industry powerhouses Madonna and the Rolling Stones. With the wrap up of the tour this year, they have the highest grossing multi-year North American tour in country music history.
From "Wild One" and "Piece of My Heart," to "This Kiss," "Breathe" and "The Way You Love Me," to "Cry," "Mississippi Girl," and her newly released single "Red Umbrella," Faith Hill has always been about the songs. She's co-produced her last four albums with her longtime creative team of Dann Huff and Byron Gallimore and has remained a student of her craft throughout her career. It is these songs that make up FAITH HILL: THE HITS. An album that looks back at a career that started with a dream.