NASHVILLE, Tenn. – February 22, 2019 – Country music newcomer and Taste of Country Artist to Watch Tiffany Woys is excited to release her self-titled debut EP today, February 22. To kick off the week, Woys appeared on a live-streaming daily talk show “Good Morning LaLa Land.” While the native Californian was on the West Coast, she also stopped byRadio Disney Country offices to perform and celebrate the success of her debut single, “Priceless.” Since its release, the track has earned a prolonged position in the coveted Top 20 of the station’s airplay chart.
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Appearances Include “Good Morning LaLa Land” and
Radio Disney CountryWoys’ self-titled, four-song project, over five years in the making, features some of Nashville’s top songsmiths, including Shane McAnally, Trevor Rosen, Sara Haze, Matt Bronlewee, Todd Clark, Jason Saenz, Justin Halpin, Bobby Campbell, and Matthew Joseph Rogers. Adding to the songwriting star power, the EP features the “fun and fiery” lead track, “Priceless,” a love-fueled anthem written by hitmakers Emily Shackelton(“Every Little Thing”), Kelly Archer (“Sleep Without You”) and Mickey Guyton (“Better Than You Left Me”). Woys’ debut EP is now available for purchase and streaming on all major platforms.
Fans can learn about the story behind each song, including focus tracks “Love Has No Heart” and “Spark,” by heading to Tiffany’s YouTube channel.
Tiffany Woys EP
“Last Call Weakness” (Justin Halpin, Bobby Campbell, Matthew Joseph Rogers)
“Spark” (Sara Haze, Matt Bronlewee, Todd Clark, Jason Saenz)
“Love Has No Heart” (Shane McAnally, Trevor Rosen, Sara Haze)
“Priceless” (Emily Shackelton, Kelly Archer, Mickey Guyton)
Tiffany Woys grew up being influenced by powerhouse vocalists such as Celine Dion, LeAnn Rimes, Faith Hill, Michael Jackson and Carrie Underwood. As a child, she’d look for any opportunity to get up and sing in front of people, and by the time she hit 20, she was recording an independent album and hitting the road. After honing her stage presence by performing relentlessly at venues and events up and down the West Coast, often for more than three hours at a time, she followed her dreams to Nashville. Her self-titled debut EP was produced by Chad Carlson (Taylor Swift) and Bobby Campbell.