Singer Tiffany had phenomenal success at an unbelievably young age. Her debut album went quadruple platinum when she was only 15 years old. That record yielded back to back number one hits with the Tommy James’ cover “I Think We’re Alone Now,” and “Could’ve Been.” Other hits followed, including the Beatles reworking “I Saw Him Standing There” and “All This Time.” But, the shelf life of a teen idol is usually short-lived. As she became an adult, she ventured into different territory – dance and country music.
Now, she’s back with A Million Miles, her first new album in five years. She talks about learning the art of songwriting in Nashville, co-producing an album for the first time, and she reminisces about her early days in the music business.