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NFL fans who had gotten used to Faith Hill‘s Sunday Night Football opening theme might need to adjust again. The country superstar has ended her contract with the league, who is now looking for a new star for the opening credits.
Faith announced the news herself on Facebook this week, saying:
“Amazing 2 have been part of SNF — an honor. I’ve just let everyone there know it’s time 2 let someone else rock the open. Difficult decision. Kinda emotional. Love all u guys at SNF — I’ll b watching!!!”
There’s no news yet on who will be replacing her. Who would you pick to sing the Sunday Night Football theme?
Marking the first time they have performed together in six years in the U.S., superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill dazzled audiences with the kick off of “Soul2Soul” at The Venetian Theater this past weekend. Their smash filled set inside the intimate venue invites the audience to get up close and personal with McGraw and Hill as never seen before. In between solo hits like McGraw’s “Real Good Man” and Hill’s “Breathe” as well as their current singles “One Of Those Nights” and “American Heart” the powerhouse husband and wife duo deliver crowd favorites “It’s Your Love” and “Like We Never Loved At All” along with surprising covers and interactive moments with the audience. The 10 weekend limited engagement runs through April.
They aren’t the only country stars taking over Vegas the last two weeks – Canadian country superstar Shania Twain kicked off her “Still The One” dates at Cesar’s Palace this month. Which show would you travel to see?
Country music icon Faith Hill is getting set to premiere her brand new music video for her single “American Heart” on Ustream tomorrow for her fans first. The video will go live at 9 pm EST tomorrow night at Ustream.com/faithhill. It’s her first music video in nearly five years, and will be part of her live ustream broadcast which includes a behind the scenes look at the video and how it was made.
“American Heart” is available on iTunes and is out now at country radio. What do you think of Faith’s new single? Do you think it’s the right choice for a “comeback” after being out of the spotlight for so long, or do you think that Faith will be able to find her way right back on the country charts?
Country music’s original super-couple Faith Hill and Tim McGraw will finally be performing again at the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards on November 1st. Faith will perform her latest single “American Heart” during the broadcast, and Tim will preview a new song from his upcoming untitled album with Big Machine Records. They’ll later join Blake Shelton and Lady Antebellum in a special tribute to country legend Willie Nelson during the award show.
Faith and Tim will be taking residency in Las Vegas with a special Soul 2 Soul stay at the Venetian. Their Vegas shows kick off December 7th. It’s the biggest musical event in the Venetian’s history, but it is limited so make sure you find a way to see their shows before its too late! Their shows will go on for ten weekends starting this December and ending April 26th.
Who else do you want to see perform at the CMAs this year? Are you going to be tuning in?
One half of country music royalty will be returning to the charts this week. Faith Hill‘s brand new single, “American Heart,” was sent to country radio on September 17th, before it’s official add date of October 1st. It’s the follow-up to her comeback single, a remake of OneRepublic’s “Come Home.”
Her new song is a co-write by Jim Beavers and Jonathan Singleton. It was produced by both Byron Gallimore and Faith herself! The single is from her upcoming album, which Faith admitted backstage at CMA Fest is completed. There’s still no release date announced for her record.
“American Heart” was one of the three brand new songs Faith performed at CRS in February. There’s no word yet on when the single will be available for digital release, but keep your ears out and let us know if you’ve heard it yet on your local radio station!
NBC is pulling out all the big stops with their fall programming this year. They’ve re-done their Sunday Night Football theme with the help of country superstar Faith Hill. The new video, and theme, premiered last weekend on NBC. Watch closely and you might catch Blake Shelton and two of his fellow The Voice coaches joining Faith for the song.
Country music’s super-couple in Faith Hill and Tim McGraw are bringing the biggest musical event ever to the Venetian Las Vegas this December. “Soul2Soul Las Vegas” will be the first time in six years that the husband-and-wife have performed together in the United States. Their special engagement will feature a brand new production with innovative lighting and stage techniques for the pair. Their shows start December 7th for 10 weekends through to April 2013 at the 1, 815-seat Venetian Theater.
“We are creating a show that will be completely different from what we’ve done before – and might ever do again,” said Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. “In arenas and stadiums, you’re always faced with the challenge of finding ways to make people feel closer to the action, no matter where they might be sitting. Now everyone will be close, so it opens up all kinds of creative possibilities and we’re looking forward to exploring those so that we can really give our fans something truly special.”
Faith Hill made her big return to the People’s Choice Awards last night, performing her new single “Come Home” live on the award show. The four-time People’s Choice Award winner didn’t have any rust at all, her vocals just as strong as ever. Check out her performance right here and let us know what you think about Faith’s big return in 2012:
According to NBC New York, Faith Hill cancelled her appearance at tonight’s Rockefeller Center Christmas Show. There was no reason given in the report, which also says that a lot more last minute changes are being made to the Christmas special.
The Rockefeller Center Christmas Show will still air tonight on NBC at 8 pm EST. Other performers still on include Neil Diamond, Justin Bieber, Carole King, Michael Buble, Cee Lo Green and Katherine McPhee.
Faith Hill blew fans away last night on the CMA Awards with an incredible comeback performance of her brand new single, “Come Home.” Hill looked and sounded totally fantastic, something that country music fans have come to expect. What might be surprising however, is that her new single isn’t entirely new.
The song was written by Ryan Tedder, lead singer of OneRepublic (“Apologize,” “Stop and Stare”), and originally appeared on the group’s 2007 debut album Dreaming Out Loud. “Come Home” was also a single for the group, who re-recorded it with fellow Adult Contemporary star Sara Bareilles (“Love Song”).
After the jump, check out both Faith and OneRepulic’s versions of the songs and let us know which one is your favorite in the comments below!