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|Born||January 12, 1962|
|Origin||Lenoir, North Carolina, United States|
Claudia Lorraine Church (born January 12, 1962) is an American country music singer-songwriter whose singles include "What's the Matter With You Baby" and "Home in My Heart (North Carolina)".
Church was the second daughter of Claude and Lucille Church. Her father was a member of the US Army, so she lived in such places as Okinawa, Fayetteville, NC, Sandy, UT, and Colorado Springs, CO before she graduated from General William Mitchell High School. After graduating, she moved to Dallas to attend college and continued her modeling career. Modeling had her working in cities such as Chicago and Paris. In 1988, she moved to Nashville to realize her dreams of becoming a singer.
She has been married to singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell since 1998. They met while shooting a music video. During a brief break-up, Crowell wrote the song "Please Remember Me", which later became a hit for Tim McGraw. Later Crowell wrote "Making Memories of Us" for her as a Valentine's Day gift. The song became a major hit for Keith Urban.
|1999||"What's the Matter with You Baby"||41||35||Claudia Church|
|"Home in My Heart (North Carolina)"||63||83|
|"It's All Your Fault"||—||—|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|1999||"What's the Matter with You Baby"||Gerry Wenner|
|"Home in My Heart (North Carolina)"|
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- ^ "Claudia Church - Chart History (Hot Country Songs)". Billboard. Retrieved June 6, 2022.
- ^ "Claudia Church – Country Singles". RPM. Retrieved June 6, 2022.
- ^ "CMT : Videos : Claudia Church : What's The Matter With You Baby?". Country Music Television. Retrieved October 14, 2011.
- ^ "CMT : Videos : Claudia Church : Home In My Heart". Country Music Television. Retrieved October 14, 2011.