Tiffany’s iconic number one hit single I Think We’re Alone Now captured the heart of a
nation and catapulted her to pop superstardom. The singer and songwriter’s latest fulllength
album A Million Miles was released in early 2016. Tiffany teamed with the
cutting edge entertainment platform Pledge Music, which allowed fans a unique and
personal look into the creation of the album. A Million Miles marks the first time Tiffany
has been a co-producer on her own record. Tiffany launches her West Coast Tour in
The legendary pop star has earned Two #1 hit singles I Think We’re Alone Now and
Could’ve Been, and set the record as the youngest female artist to top the Billboard charts
with her debut album and the youngest to have 2 back to back #1 hits. In 2000 Billboard
Magazine described Tiffany’s album The Color of Silence as “thoughtful, intelligent, and
full of grace” and ranked it among the “Top Ten Best Albums of the Year”. She has sold
over 15 million albums to date.
After two massively successful albums and world tours, at age 21 her priorities shifted.
She gave birth to her son Elijah and wanted to raise him out of the spotlight but she never
stopped writing music. In 2008 the family relocated to Nashville where she became
immersed in the tight knit songwriting community. The creative atmosphere brought her
back to her roots as a young girl singing the songs of Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette
while dreaming of becoming a country singer. At age nine she began performing with her
own band and was discovered by legendary country songwriters Hoyt and Mae Axton.
The pair took ten year old Tiffany to Nashville where she opened for country stars
appeared on local TV shows. This helped inspire her to create her country-pop EP Rose
Tattoo, to tell the stories of her early music career before she found success in pop music.
Tiffany obtained a long and storied career in a short amount of time, and today her goal is
to continue writing songs for herself and others, cementing her status in the industry as a
powerhouse hit maker and go-to songwriter.
Tiffany has guest stared on reality TV shows such as Food Network’s Rachael Ray VS.
Guy: Celebrity Cook Off, ABC’s Celebrity Wife Swap, VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club, A&E’s
Celebrity Ghost Stories and Food Network Challenge. She also headlined Good Morning
America’s Summer Concert Series. As an actress Tiffany starred in SyFy Channel’s hit
and campy movie’s Mega Piranha and Mega Python vs Gatoroid, in which the sci-fi
disaster movie had her feuding with fellow pop star Debbie Gibson.
Tiffany stays very involved in her local Nashville community. She is an official
spokesperson for The American Heart Association. She takes great pride in mentoring
young singers and artists, and provides these aspiring musicians with guidance and
advice on how to break into and navigate the music industry. With her husband Benn
they share their love of animals with their 8 rescue dogs, and Tiffany often gives back by
producing charity concerts for the Humane Society.
For someone who has spent her life touring around the world, it’s surprising to discover
Tiffany’s extreme fear of flying. Consequently the singer is always in her car and it’s in
the car where she gets her inspiration and does most of her writing. Those personal
journals and stories inspired both the new music and to name her album after all those
miles she’s driven… A Million Miles.