Faith Hill: Piece of My Heart

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Macmillan, Jun 23, 2001 - Music - 163 pages
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From humble beginnings in Star, Mississippi, Faith Hill has soared to the top of the country and pop charts, becoming one of the most successful female recording artists in history. she has had eight number-one singles and ten number-one videos, and her albums have sold millions. She is country music's hottest star and America's newest sweetheart. Everything she touches turns to gold.

Faith Hill: Piece of My Heart tells the inspirational story of the Grammy-winning singer's rise to stardom. Drawing on interviews with Faith Hill, her childhood friends and teachers, music professionals, and fans, James L. Dickerson chronicles her storybook life from birth to the present.

This intimate portrait of Faith Hill examines her Huck Finn-like childhood, her first marriage and divorce, her hardscrabble years as a struggling artist in Nashville, her love affair with the man who became her husband (country superstar Tim McGraw), her thoughts on marriage and motherhood, and heartbreaking search for her birth mother.

Complete with photographs and insider information, here at last is the whole story behind the life and music of Faith Hill-country music's darling and pop superstar.

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About the author (2001)

James L. Dickerson, a veteran journalist and author, is the coauthor of Scotty Moore's life story, That's Alright, Elvis, and the author of nine other books, including biographies of the Dixie Chicks and Colonel Tom Parker. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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