Faith Hill Attempting a Comeback by Performing New Single at CMA Awards
Faith Hill has not released an album since 2008’s Christmas disc Joy to the World, but the country singer is aiming for a comeback by performing her upcoming single “Come Home” at the Country Music Association Awards, scheduled for November 9. Hill’s last time performing at the CMA Awards was in 2006, with track “Stealing Kisses.” Joining Hill are Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, The Band Perry, and all CMA Entertainer of the Year nominees, including Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, and Brad Paisley.
Hill has not put out a proper single since 2007’s “Red Umbrella,” and “Come Home” is expected to be on the singer’s upcoming album. In February 2011, the country singer told Billboard that she would enter the studio in March. At the time, she said: "I would like to have a record out, but it hasn't been the right thing yet. I don't want it to be just another record. It's a lot of work to support a record, so I just want it to be... really great. I want it to represent where I am as a woman. I don't want it to be fake. I want it to be authentic and real."
Making music during the last four years took a backseat to raising her family: “It's changed how I do my business and everything. I feel very blessed I'm able to stay home with my kids. My husband works really hard and I'm a wife and that's the path that I've chosen. The other things that I do really have to fit in around that. I've been working (on an album) for awhile, but it just takes a little bit longer. And that's okay."
However, she wasn’t able to give any details about the in-progress album at the time: "I'm not even prepared to talk about it right now. I'm right in the middle of it, so it's really hard to describe what it is until I'm done. That's the honest truth. I'll be able to tell more, maybe once I come out of the studio in the spring."
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