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October 5, 2000 | From Associated Press
The Dixie Chicks took four awards, including best entertainer, at the Country Music Assn. ceremony Wednesday, and Tim McGraw and Faith Hill became the first husband and wife to win as best male and female vocalists in the same year. The Dixie Chicks also won best album for "Fly," video for "Goodbye Earl" and best vocal group for the third straight year. Hill and McGraw, who won the vocal event award together in 1997, thanked each other. "I feel so alone," Hill said while accepting her trophy.
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 20, 1999 | RICHARD CROMELIN
Faith Hill's new album entered the national charts at No. 1, but Southern Californians aren't ready to crown her as the new Shania. Her "Breathe" finished fifth in the region, and was only the second-best debut, behind Fiona Apple's sophomore collection. Jessica Simpson took over the top spot on the Southern California singles sales chart.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 1999 | RICHARD CROMELIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Garth Brooks, the dominant commercial figure in pop music during the 1990s, was named artist of the decade by the Academy of Country Music Wednesday, but 1998 was a year for the women: Faith Hill and the Dixie Chicks combined for seven victories at the academy's 34th annual awards show at the Universal Amphitheatre. Brooks' honor was a foregone conclusion.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 3, 1999 | RANDY LEWIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Faith Hill, the onetime country thrush from tiny Star, Miss., is not only ready to join the Whitneys and Celines of the broader pop music world. On Saturday at the Greek Theatre, on her first headlining tour, she threw down a gauntlet at the Streisands too. A new ballad she offered from her next album had the hallmarks of a Broadway show stopper--and is about as far as imaginable from the catchy country-pop she launched her career with six years ago.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 1, 1999 | MICHAEL McCALL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Faith Hill is the last person many country insiders expected to be going into next week's Academy of Country Music Awards ceremony with the most nominations. Country's leading young belle through the mid-1990s, she de-escalated her career in 1996 to marry fellow country star Tim McGraw and start a family. By the time she was ready to reenter the arena last year, much had changed, and many observers wondered if she would be able to still compete on a mega-star level.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 3, 1998 | STEVE APPLEFORD
Country singer Faith Hill's music is more torch than twang, aimed squarely at the middle of the road. She's comfortable there, performing smooth romantic balladry with an approach that is usually too slick to ever cut very deep. Which is a shame. At the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza on Sunday, Hill demonstrated enough energy and vocal chops to tackle a broad range of musical possibilities, if she only would try.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1998 | From Associated Press
Garth Brooks won his fifth top entertainer trophy from the Academy of Country Music, but Wednesday's three-hour awards show clearly belonged to sweethearts Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, whose romantic "It's Your Love" got top song, single, video and vocal event honors. "Thank you for a wonderful ride," Brooks told the Universal Amphitheatre crowd and national television audience. "Oooh! Where's the party at?"
ENTERTAINMENT
September 12, 1996 | STEVE APPLEFORD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Tim McGraw stomped onto the Universal Amphitheatre stage on Tuesday like some kind of country-music outlaw, wearing a big black hat and singing "I'm a renegade. . . . " It was not a moment meant to be truly dangerous, in the way Johnny Cash might sing of shooting someone "just to watch him die." McGraw and opening act Faith Hill were less interested in moving country music in challenging new directions than they were in being the perfect hosts.
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