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1 on , Hillary revealed the song was birthed from a miscarriage she experienced last fall after conceiving her second child.
She and her family will return to the top-rated morning show Tuesday, August 2, 2016 to perform new music from A miscarriage is obviously a personal loss, so it would have been understandable if the singer decided to keep the details of the powerful ballad to herself.
You don’t have to grieve alone in your own head and heart and your bedroom just trying to figure it out.
“It was something that became another part of the mission with this record and just the song, in particular,” she continues.
The vocal group has sold more than 18 million albums worldwide, earned seven GRAMMY® Awards, garnered six Platinum singles and has been named “Vocal Group of the Year” three consecutive years by the Academy of County Music (ACM) and the Country Music Association (CMA).
It’s everyone’s personal choice whether they want to share or not, and I felt like I was supposed to and just wanted to show that it’s okay to talk about it; it’s okay to grieve.
(Davis toured for years as a background vocalist for Reba Mc Entire and is most well-known for their GRAMMY®-winning duet “Does He Love You.”) “My grandfather was a blue-collar, hardworking South Carolina born and bred man, and he loved the Lord. “It was truly the deepest loss I’ve ever experienced,” Hillary admits.
He talked about [his faith] openly,” Hillary reflects. As an act of gratitude to those who showed support throughout his father’s cancer journey, Lang suggested the talented musical family—which also includes Hillary’s 15-year-old sister Rylee—record a handful of hymns to serve as a “thank you” to close family and friends.
Hillary co-wrote “Thy Will” the album’s first Christian single and the centerpiece of the album, alongside Bernie Herms and Emily Weisband.
Before the singer even revealed the story behind the song, the track was already resonating with fans across the country as “Thy Will” climbed the radio charts, eventually landing at No.
“That’s really how I try to wake up every day and live is just focus on, ‘Okay, Lord, refine in me what needs to be refined to be better.’” What began as a small hymns project quickly morphed into a full-blown contemporary Christian music LP that feels right at home on Christian radio.