Rising country vocalist Tiffany Woys is set to make her national television debut performing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the NASCAR Cup Series playoff race on September 5. The Cookout Southern 500 race and the National Anthem will air live from Darlington Raceway in South Carolina starting at 6 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network, Motor Racing Network and streaming via NBCSports.com. The moment is full circle for Woys, who performed the anthem at numerous events on the West Coast before making the move to Nashville to continue her musical career.
“I was four when I first heard LeAnn Rimes sing the national anthem,” shares Woys. “It was that moment that inspired me to start performing, and I would sing the anthem on repeat over and over again. Wherever I would go that would allow me to sing the national anthem, I would get on stage and do it!”
Woys is excited to continue her musical journey with the brand new song, “About Love.” Written by Jason Saenz, Sara Haze and Sam Ellis, the track will be out on September 10. Fans can pre-save now at https://smarturl.it/tw_aboutloveps. The brand new music follows a duo of releases earlier this year, including radio hits “Do Ya” and “I Don’t,” the latter a duet with Jordan Fletcher. Both songs made noise on Billboard’s Country Indicator chart.
“’About Love’ is all about trying to convey the feeling of love with things and events you can actually describe,” says Woys. “This song is about feeling a love so great and trying to find a way to make someone feel that great love.”
Named a Taste of Country Artist to Watch and a CMT “Next Up Now” artist, Tiffany Woys grew up being influenced by powerhouse vocalists such as LeAnn Rimes, Faith Hill, Celine Dion, Michael Jackson and Carrie Underwood. As a child, she’d look for any opportunity to get up and sing in front of people, and by the time she hit 20, she was recording an independent album and hitting the road. After honing her stage presence by performing relentlessly at venues and events up and down the West Coast, often for more than three hours at a time, she followed her dreams to Nashville. In the short three years that she’s called Tennessee home, Woys has already recorded songs from some of Nashville’s most prolific songwriters, like Mickey Guyton, Emily Shackelton, Shane McAnally, Trevor Rosen, Nathan Chapman, Chris Dubois and more. She followed up her 2019 debut EP, Tiffany Woys, with songs “Hostage,” "Loved By You,” “Do Ya” and “I Don’t,” all making their mark on Billboard’s National Country Radio Indicator Chart.
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