Tiffany Darwish burst onto the music scene in the mid 80's with her mall tour. Tiffany set a record for being the youngest female to top the Billboard chars with a debut album.
Family turmoil and a failure to follow up her initial success left her career in limbo. Several years and a few comeback attempts later, Tiffany appeared to be rising again with the 2000 release of Color of Silence.
I know I might get mocked for this, but I liked that album. This effort received rave reviews from Billboard, although it had limited success. I still maintain it was a decent product.
Tiffany has appeared on a few tv shows and has made two more albums (with singles appearing on Billboard's charts again).
Tiffany appeared to be having a blast at the Hollywood Collectors Show. I think she was surprised at the turnout for her (and the promoters seemed surprised, too). She might have been the hit of the show. She thanked her fans for remembering and sticking with her. She talked positively (and honestly) about her past and future. She seemed to be in a good place and that is always good to see.