Tiffany At Home With Country Music
Alan Jackson put it best when he said “Everybody’s gone country” in his hit song “Gone Country” and 80′s pop icon Tiffany heard the call. According to her website the songstress best known for her hits “I Think We’re Alone Now” and “Could Have Been” had always yearned to be a country singer and with the release of her CD “Rose Tattoo” that dream is coming true.
Once upon a time in the 1980s, a little girl came to Nashville from her hometown of Norwalk, Calif., with dreams of becoming a country singer. She was raised on a steady diet of Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn and Patsy Cline, and by age 9 was performing their songs with her own band. The following year she was discovered by legendary country songwriters Hoyt and Mae Axton, and earned an invitation to perform in Music City on The Ralph Emery Show. Things didn’t work out as she’d hoped back then, but three years ago that same little girl—now all grown up, with a family of her own—returned to Nashville for good, determined to make her long-deferred dream come true.
Tiffany–who will be 40 in October–said the time was right to resume her career as her son is now 19 and able to take care of himself.