Tiffany Woys recently visited the MusicRow office to perform new music off of her upcoming debut EP, including her already available single “Priceless.”
Woys’ parents always wanted her to be an attorney; but she knew the courtroom wasn’t for her. Impressed upon by the likes of Celine Dion and Michael Bolton at a very young age, Woys knew the stage was for her. Country artists like Martina McBride, LeAnn Rimes and Faith Hill drew the Californian into country music.
After putting an independent album together and singing in a cover band while in college, Woys knew that she needed to move to Nashville to be in the heart of country music.
Woys, at this moment, is not a songwriter; but she has a great reverence for the craft of songwriting. While she would like to develop her writing one day, she is more interested in mining for great songs that might not otherwise be heard.
“As I was coming to Nashville back and forth for the last five years, I started to learn so much about the songwriting community,” said Woys. “That is what this city is based off of: songwriters. I knew there were thousands of songs in this city collecting dust and not getting heard. If I can be the vehicle [for those songs], I would absolutely love to do that.”
The four-song EP has no shortage of great songwriters.
“Priceless,” Woys’ uptempo debut single, was penned by Emily Shackleton, Mickey Guyton, and Kelly Archer. The ballad of the EP, a tender heartbreak tune that was originally on hold for Brett Young, was written by Shane McAnally, Trevor Rosen and Sara Haze.
“This EP in general has been six years in the making for me,” said Woys. “One thing in my life I’m not impatient for is music. I know this is what I’ve always wanted to do.”
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