Audrey Faith Perry, better known as Faith Hill, is a five times Grammy award-winning country singer and songwriter. Hailing from Mississippi, she was born on 21 September, 1967. One of the greatest Country Star ever born, her story started singing in Church, and forming her band during High school. After moving to Nashville, Warner Bros noticed Faith’s prowess as a performer, and they offered her a record deal, which led to the chart-topping debut album “Take Me as I Am” in 1993. She was an unstoppable force in the industry and enjoyed commercial and critical success. With 4 albums that topped at no 1 on Billboard’s Country Albums chart, and 6 platinum-selling album records certified by the RIAA. The iconic singer has won the prestigious Grammy award 5 times and nominated for it 17 times.