Tiffany is back - to her roots, that is!! The dynamic voice of the ‘80s has returned to where it all started for her, country music and the Nashville music scene. Now a critically praised songwriter, Tiffany is set to capture your hearts again . . . with her new album of country/rock tunes!
She also just wrapped a starring role in a SyFy Channel Movie, stars in a national commercial with Meatloaf, and appeared on the CBS TV shows “The Young & the Restless” & “How I Met Your Mother.”
The “I Think We’re Alone Now” Girl recently Won VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club where she lost 30 pounds! Needless to say it garnered her an avalanche of press from the cover of “In Touch” Magazine, radio to television show like the Tyra Banks show, Entertainment Tonight and the Insider TV shows.
The late Mae Axon first brought Tiffany to Nashville at the tender age of ten, where she performed on The Ralph Emery Show. At this young age, Tiffany shared the stage with such acts as George Jones, Jack Reeves, and Johnny Lee.
Tiffany began her career at the age of thirteen when she signed her first recording contract with MCA. The self-titled debut album was released in 1987 and eventually went quadruple platinum. The innovative “Mall Tour” that followed proved to be the signature for Tiffany’s early career and was very effective in targeting her core audience of young teens making Tiffany the youngest female artist to debut at number one on the Billboard charts.
Tiffany produced three top ten hits, two of which were national and international Number One pop singles “Could’ve Been” and the celebrated “I Think We’re Alone Now.” The soon-to-be teen pop phenomenon, New Kids on the Block, got their big break as the opening act for her world tour. Tiffany released her second album, Hold an Old Friend’s Hand, which went double platinum and featured the Top Ten hit “All This Time.”
In addition to her ground breaking successful music career, Tiffany had the opportunity to be the voice of Judy Jetson in the feature version of the popular cartoon series, The Jetsons.
During the ‘90s, Tiffany released two more albums, New Inside and Dreams Never Die (released exclusively in Asia). To start off the new Millennium, she introduced what became known as her “comeback” album, The Color of Silence with stellar critical reviews including from Billboard: “The Color of Silence is one of the finest pop albums of 2000.”
Tiffany makes her home in Nashville with her husband & son Elijah, eight dogs, two turtles and five fish.
When she’s not busy with her rigorous workout routine, she’s a self-admitted designer shopaholic. Not bad for a local LA girl who just wanted to sing and went on to sell 16 million albums.