Tiffany Houghton

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Tiffany Houghton
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Background information
Birth nameTiffany Crystal Houghton
Born (1993-12-06) 6 December 1993 (age 28) [1]
Dallas, TX, U.S.
GenresPop, country
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
InstrumentsGuitar, vocals, Piano
Labels Crowd Surf Tiffany Houghton Instar Instar (Tiffany Houghton)
Website tiffanyhoughton.com

Tiffany Crystal Houghton (born December 6, 1993) is an American singer-songwriter who is from and resides in Dallas. [2] [3] [4] As a pop artist, she has released several singles. [5] In 2014, she toured with the musical act MKTO. [1] [6] [7] As a child and young teenager, Houghton lived in New York City, had some work in television and commercials, [8] and was the alternate child actor and singer for the musical Annie . [9] She was inspired by singer Kristin Chenoweth who visited her school. [10] At seventeen, she moved to the country music city, Nashville, to gain experience, make connections, and work on her act. [11]

Contents

In 2018, Houghton released the single "Pretty Pretty" in advance of a promised new album. [12]

On March 23, 2019 Houghton married Adam Moffitt at the Dallas Texas Temple. The couple had their wedding reception at the Ritz Carlton in Dallas. [13]

Tiffany Houghton (EP)

In 2012, Houghton released her first, self-titled, Ep, Tiffany Houghton. Houghton has since removed the county album from all streaming platforms. The Ep featured the songs, Only One, Hundred & One, Like He Treats Her, Different, If You Won't Hold Me, and Make Me Stay. [14]

Journalism

In 2013 Houghton released her first album, Journalism. Like Tiffany Houghton (EP) the album has since been removed from all streaming platforms. The album features 8 songs and no music videos. [15] [16]

TitleLength
Hey Boy2:57
IKE3:29
Except For You3:50
Never Mine To Lose3:17
Fight For Us2:51
Miss Me At Midnight2:56
Never Been Better2:36
Glitter3:35

This Is Not An EP

On December 1, 2014 Houghton released her first studio EP with songs Love Like That, Phone Call, Blame It On The Snow, The Best, High, and (Bonus Track) Island. Shortly after its release, High became Houghton's most successful hit acquiring over one million streams on YouTube alone. [17]

TitleLengthRelease Date
Love Like That3:19September 11, 2014
The Best2:52August 5, 2014
Phone Call3:01December 10, 2013
High3:00August 13, 2013
Blame It On the Snow4:20December 2, 2014
Island (Bonus Track)3:43December 1, 2014

Catch Me If You Can

Only a few months after the release of This Is Not An EP, Houghton released her second EP, Catch Me If You Can. The Ep featured the songs Unstoppable, Band Boy, Go Love Yourself, Catch Me If You Can, Clueless, and Therapy. [18]

Being the first single from the album, Houghton released "Catch Me If You Can" exclusively on Radio Disney. Within 24 hours, the song peaked at #1 and was the most requested song of the day and held that position for a while. [19]

Title [18] LengthRelease Date
Unstoppable2:59July 21, 2015
Catch Me If You Can3:24July 21, 2015
Band Boy2:45July 21, 2015
Clueless3:04July 21, 2015
Go Love Yourself3:37July 21, 2015
Therapy3:29July 21, 2015

Singles

Even though Houghton has released the majority of her tracks on albums or EPs, there have been a few songs to slip though the cracks and remain singles.

TitleLengthRelease Date
House On Normandy (deleted single)3:59October 29, 2012
17 Again3:41March 17, 2014
I'm Gonna Love You3:03October 14, 2016
Hello Sailor!3:05December 2, 2016
Get To Lovin' (feat. That Girl Lay Lay)3:03June 28, 2019
Pretty Pretty (feat. JTM)3:10October 18, 2019
Mrs. Claus (feat. Tiffany Alvord)3:54December 6, 2019
Mrs. Claus (Acoustic)4:21December 13, 2019
Better Without a Sweater (feat. Jay Alan)2:54November 27, 2020

Slumber Party

On April 16, 2021 Houghton released her long awaited for album Slumber Party, the album featured the previously released singles Pretty Pretty, Break Me, Physical, Spectrum, Candace, What'd Do?, Why, and Dodged a Bullet. The album features music videos for Get To Lovin', Why, and Dodged a Bullet. [20] In an interview with Xavier from Heard Well Houghton claimed, "All these records I made, produced, wrote, entirely with women." [21]

TitleLengthRelease Date
Get to Lovin'3:03April 16, 2021
Skydive3:07April 16, 2021
Slumber Party3:15April 16, 2021
Candace, What'd You Do?3:31April 3, 2020
Break Me3:09January 18, 2019
Physical2:50November 19, 2018
Fake2:26April 16, 2021
Ferrari2:31April 16, 2021
Pretty Pretty3:10November 12, 2018
Why3:55January 31, 2020
Spectrum3:18July 17, 2020
Dodged a Bullet2:55September 4, 2020

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