Tiffany Madadian

My love for music began when my parents started taking me to concerts at the age of 4. I danced to Bon Jovi and Kansas before I learned to read. I was born in Los Angeles California in April 1989 to a family of musicians and music lovers. My uncle was already a world famous rock star when I was born so my cousins and I grew up backstage at some of the most infamous venues in the world.

Watching my uncle Andy side stage at his gigs was my biggest inspiration. I began singing religiously by 9 and joined every choir / theater class school had to offer. My first experiences on stage were playing “Annie” in 8th grade and singing our graduation song at my middle school graduation.

While in high school I auditioned for world famous vocal coach Roger Love (John Mayer, The Jacksons) and he agreed to take me as a student but even that wasn’t satisfying enough. Having only child syndrome I demanded that I go into the recording studio and record a song, which I did. I covered Jefferson Airplanes “Somebody to Love” with Grammy Winning producer Tom Weir and his friends Josh Freese (NIN, Weezer), Tim Pierce (Rod Stewart, Elton John), and Paul Bushnell (Faith Hill) which lead to writing sessions with Paul Bushnell twice a week after school @ Henson Recording Studios.With Paul I wrote my first songs, “Flame of Desire” and “When it All Comes Down” which went on my first demo. After graduating Beverly Hills High School in 07 I went into the studio with Josh Freese, Tim Pierce and Brian Humphrey to work on my EP. With the release of the EP in 2008 came incredible opportunities, opening for legendary rock band Sweet, as well as 80′s pop star Tiffany and singing on a track along side Bon Jovi. I was also asked to work with one of my favorite writers David Paich (Toto) on a track which would be featured in a Jerry Bruckheimer film. In 09 I set my sights on the LA club scene and played headlining shows at The Whisky, The Roxy and The Key Club as well as The House of Blues in June 2010, not to mention singing with my uncle at The Shrine Auditorium and Kodak Theater.

I continue to play and write and record music, keep up with my life and see where I’ll pop up next!