Concerts & Clubs / There is life after teen stardom. Just look at Mark Wahlberg. Who saw that coming? Last year, the Tiffany we know from the ‘80s released a new album, Rose Tattoo, that reaches back to her country roots.
Known for her No. 1 hits, “I Think We’re Alone Now” and “Could’ve Been,” Tiffany, a once extreme teeny-bopper, has grown up and into country music. Long gone are the days of perms and crimps, and Tiffany has released an impressive eight albums to date.
Rose Tattoo celebrates Tiffany’s return to country music, which was her original musical endeavor even before her pop days in the late ‘80s. Most of the album’s tracks are co-written by Tiffany, singing of growth and maturity from when “the beating of our hearts” was the only sound–which was a cover, anyway. Don’t worry, though; you know she’ll sneak it into the hana hou.