Tiffany Huggins Grant
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Tiffany Huggins Grant

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | SELF

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | SELF
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Sing Sigh Kitty (EP) -release June 2012.

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Tiffany Huggins Grant is known to Nashville music fans for her original, captivating blend of soul, blues, and country. Her evocative lyrics and music draw heavily from personal, yet universal experiences, and has been described as Americana Soul.

Born in Atlanta, and a songwriter from the age of 16, Tiffany was a finalist in the Georgia Music Industry Association's annual songwriting competition and shortly thereafter won the John Jarrard Scholarship to the prestigious NashCamp songwriting camp. At age 17, she performed at Nashville's renowned Bluebird Cafe.

Upon moving to Nashville, Tiffany began work on her debut album. Titled “Sing Sigh Kitty,” it will feature many of the original songs which have gained her a growing fan base from performances at Nashville's The 5 Spot, French Quarter Cafe, The Pond, and Windows on the Cumberland, as well as Atlanta venues The Red Light Cafe and Eddie's Attic.

In Nashville, Tiffany teamed up with Mark Houser of Writers In House Music Publishing, with whom she co-wrote two of the album's songs. Mark describes Tiffany as "one of those of those voices that make you want to hear more. She has such control and such a raw bluesy sound. You can actually feel the words she is singing. Truly a very talented songwriter as well."

Tiffany is excited over her album project, and says that through songwriting and performing, "I have learned a lot about myself, and that these songs, so personal to me, can absolutely be enjoyed by others. Each of these songs represent something that has happened to me over the past eight years. The album title, 'Sing Sigh Kitty,' is a line from a poem that my great-grandmother would sing to me as a small child. The song, 'Let the Sun Shine,' is in a way dedicated to her and others I've loved and lost in my life. I know that I have found my place in music now, as a singer, as a songwriter, and as a performer."

Tiffany counts Susan Tedeschi and Delbert McClinton among her vocal influences, while her songwriting has drawn inspiration from Darrell Scott and Patty Griffin. Her fresh, richly-layered lyrics and infectious melodies resonate with audiences, and are served up by her powerful yet nuanced soul-infused vocals.

Tiffany plans to release her debut album, "Sing Sigh Kitty," by June 2012.