Hallerin Hilton Hill
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Hallerin Hilton Hill (born 1964) is an American talk radio host on Newstalk 98.7 WOKI Knoxville, Tennessee, and television talk show host of Anything is Possible on WBIR-TV in Knoxville. For two years (2003-2005) he hosted a separate talk radio show on Nashville's WGFX.
Hill also works as singer/songwriter, author, motivational speaker, and trainer. He wrote "Who Would Imagine a King" along with Mervyn Warren which was recorded by Whitney Houston for the film The Preacher's Wife, and was included on the film's Grammy-nominated soundtrack.
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