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Tiffany Madadian


Tiffany Madadian was born in April 1989 to a family of musicians and music lovers. A shy child growing up, she found her voice in her school choir and soon couldn’t keep that voice to herself. From putting on shows in her living room, to playing “Annie” in her middle school production, she knew what she wanted at a very young age. She was introduced to famed vocal coach Roger Love, who took her singing abilities to the next level. Eager to get her feet wet, Tiffany recorded her first song in 2005, “Somebody to Love” by Jefferson Airplane.

On her first record she worked with Grammy winning producer Tom Weir and some of the best musicians in the world including Josh Freese, Tim Pierce and Paul Bushnell. Humbled by the experience the sixteen year old set out to do more. She enrolled in the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute, then began writing with numerous different people as well as forming her own band.

Tiffany states Madonna, Gwen Stefani, Pat Benatar and Carole King as some of her biggest influences. After graduating Beverly Hills High School in 2007, she set out to make her first EP. “I’m dedicating my life to something I love and I’m thankful I’m able to do that. My musical journey has only just begun.”

source: Tiffany Madadian’s Website

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