To truly appreciate Faith Hill, I'd need to have a closer relationship to a different geographical location, specifically the Midwest. Fireflies features cleanly produced twangy tunes about good times, sunshine and summertime. Oh, and a Mississippi girl who don't change her ways, although nothing about her seems to be in desperate need of immediate change. Y'know, it's about being famous and still giving your kids piggybacks. Hill's not a great talent vocally, musically or otherwise, but her records speak to a large segment of society who wanna kick back in an uncomplicated way and listen to uncomplicated tunes. Ultimately, it's more real than some alt-country big city kid singing about lonesome landscapes.