December 3, 2010 by Post Team
Jem Cartoon, Tiffany Apan is an award winning singer / songwriter from Pennsylvania in the United States. His music is an eclectic mix of rock (progressive / alternative / metal), classical, folk, world, new age, gothic, ambient and touches of pop, soul, jazz and R & B. His 2008 debut album, poet combines all styles of music and has received enthusiastic responses from music fans and even attracted some criticism. It was presented on a maximum of 8 CD compilations to date, ranging from progressive rock to Goth compilations dance / club, in 2009, she was a finalist in the best American song contest with her song acapella world, and “Lost Little Girl was released as a single digital June 1, 2010. In 2010, Tiffany’s song “Ghost” was chosen as the official song of the team PASTIntel Paranormal Research. Her music video for “Scarborough Fair” out “Poet” was a winner in the category “other” Music Video at the 2010 meeting Indie Cleveland, OH United States. Songs of the poet (“Warrior” and “Whispers”) were also selected to appear on the soundtrack of the independent film “The Girl” (of which Tiffany also plays the role of Kara) on which Samantha Newark (the singer / actress the voice of Jem cartoon character in the 80s, “Jem and the Holograms”) also appears musically.
“Poet” is available at all major digital outlets (iTunes, Napster, etc.) as well as CDBaby, Amazon, and Shinto Records.
She is currently working on its follow-up elements of the title of poet. Loved the elements include “Heart Song,” “City of Gold (Children of the Sun),” A Siuil Run, “” Poseidon “and” walk.” It will also have music in a forthcoming independent film “Provided” with Key Productions.
For the first time, Tiffany was released from his first vacation / winter season only. Tiffany has recently started filming what she calls “Living Room Sessions” on his YouTube channel. In its last session, she teamed with Rockabilly Hall of Famer, Chuck Owston for an interpretation of the popular English folk song, “Greensleeves “is a song that was written in 1500 by King Henry VIII. In addition to being able to view performances by Tiffany’s YouTube Channel, and Chuck Tiffany has also recorded and produced an audio recording of the song that will be published as a special case of holiday / winter season only on December 1, 2010. Tiffany and Chuck are also releasing the “Greensleeves” single toll-free in a special holiday / winter season gift for fans. “Greensleeves” will be downloadable via Reverbnation, Last.fm, Mp3, and some other music websites. Copies of the single will be available for a limited time, on demand, and easily accessible to those who receive the electronic version of Snail Tiffany monthly “Messages from the Labyrinth” Newsletter. There is a plan to release two versions of the recording, a recording studio and a live recording of the song.
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