Mc Bride released her debut studio album by RCA Records in 1992, titled The Time Has Come. This album's title track made number 23 on the country music charts, but the next two singles both failed to make top 40. Its first two singles both brought her into the country top ten: "My Baby Loves Me" peaked at number two, and "Life No. The former was previously a Top 10 hit in Canada for Patricia Conroy.
The third single, "Independence Day", did not reach the top 10 because many radio programmers objected to the song's subject of a mother fighting back against abuse by burning the family home to the ground.
In early 1997, after "Cry on the Shoulder of the Road" peaked, Mc Bride released two duets.
"Still Holding On", a duet with Clint Black which was the lead-off single to her album Evolution and his album Nothin' but the Taillights, She also sang duet vocals on "Chances Are" with Bob Seger, featured on the soundtrack of the 1998 motion picture Hope Floats.
She also sang a guest vocal on Jason Sellers' mid-1998 single "This Small Divide".
Mc Bride's sixth studio album, Emotion, was released in 1999.
Eight of her studio albums and two of her compilations have received an RIAA Gold certification, or higher. Martina's parents, Daryl and Jeanne Schiff, owned a dairy farm.Mc Bride signed to RCA Records in 1991, and made her debut the following year as a neo-traditionalist country singer with the single, "The Time Has Come".Over time, she developed a pop-styled crossover sound, similar to that of Shania Twain and Faith Hill and has had a string of major hit singles on the Billboard country chart and occasionally on the adult contemporary chart. 1 on the country chart between 19, and one peaked at No. She has been called the "Celine Dion of Country Music" when she was recognized for her soprano singing range.After finding success in country pop-styled music, Mc Bride released her next studio album, Timeless, in 2005, which consisted of country covers.The album included cover versions of country music standards, such as Hank Williams' "You Win Again," Loretta Lynn's "You Ain't Woman Enough," and Kris Kristofferson's "Help Me Make It Through the Night." To make the album fit its older style, Mc Bride and her husband hired older Nashville session players and outdated analog equipment.It also included backing vocals from Faith Hill, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, and Mc Bride's daughters, Delaney and Emma.