"The moment I met you...
Named Nashville Universe's “Rising Star" and “Best Country Artist" by the Hollywood Music And Media Awards, singer songwriter Tiffany Ashton is "one to watch". The country songstress has been working full throttle through the pandemic on numerous projects. The Queen Mary Movie, starring Alice Eve from Star Trek and Joel Fry from Game of Thrones, is her latest project and showcases Tiffany's voice and songwriting in a whole new light. Her dark rendition of "Had To Be You", produced by Tommee Proffitt, along with multiple tracks composed alongside Jason and Nolan Livesay of X-Men and Star Trek, is set to hit screens worldwide in 2022.
Georgia born and Carolina raised, Tiffany's fresh sound is rooted in her journey. Moving with her family to North Carolina to obtain therapies for her brother with autism and epilepsy exposed the young Tiffany to many genres. Country music is home to her, with the folksy heart of Appalachia, the darker rock she listened to growing up, Top 40 pop, and even a bit of classical and Broadway each influencing her developing, unique style. She began performing for audiences at age six, and when she received her first guitar at twelve, the door opened for Tiffany to put pen to paper and create music all her own.
With hundreds of songs and performances and radio interviews throughout the US, including the legendary Opryland Resort and Opry station WSM Nashville, she has shared the stage with many iconic artists including Brothers Osborne, Luke Combs, The Oak Ridge Boys, Corey Smith, and Shenandoah.