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Birthname: Tiffany Arbuckle
Nationality: American
Born: Mar 09 1975


Biography

Sometimes a song just seems to hit a nerve.

Unexpected perhaps, inexplicable even, but undeniable.

With over 500,000 albums and 2 Million singles sold, #1s across multiple genres, numerous placements in film and television, and a notable songwriting career, it is hard to say that PLUMB hasn’t already had a major impact as an artist. But it is her latest cross-format single ”NEED YOU NOW” that seems to have taken on a whole new life of it’s own, finding incredible acceptance in a variety of genres that seem to juxtapose each other:

- Nearly 300,000 singles sold on iTunes, 100,000+ BDS ... Read more

Sometimes a song just seems to hit a nerve.

Unexpected perhaps, inexplicable even, but undeniable.

With over 500,000 albums and 2 Million singles sold, #1s across multiple genres, numerous placements in film and television, and a notable songwriting career, it is hard to say that PLUMB hasn’t already had a major impact as an artist. But it is her latest cross-format single ”NEED YOU NOW” that seems to have taken on a whole new life of it’s own, finding incredible acceptance in a variety of genres that seem to juxtapose each other:

- Nearly 300,000 singles sold on iTunes, 100,000+ BDS certified spins on radio (Billboard #1 CHR for 5 weeks, #4 Hot Club/Dance Play, #3 AC/C, #1 AC/C in Canada), 750,000+ Spotify plays, 500,00+ Pandora plays, and 3 Million+ aggregate YouTube views

And while 2013 has been Plumb’s biggest touring year to date, including performance before over 250,000 at festivals, summer engagements and a largely sold out Fall headlining tour, 2014 looms even larger with her confirmed billing on the 60-date arena tour WinterJam that will see her play to another 750,000 by the end March 2014.

Who is this PLUMB?

Tiffany Arbuckle Lee (p.k.a. PLUMB) originated in crossover oriented Christian music, the first signing in the wake of label mates Jars of Clay alternative breakout in the late 90’s. Though winner of the DOVE Award for Best Modern Rock Album in 2000, Plumb was always considered too dark and edgy (read “honest”) for the bulk of CCM radio. As a result, she had the opportunity to develop in far more diverse circles, co- penning hits for Mandy Moore and Michelle Branch, seeing numerous uses in film and television, and massive singles and sold out concerts in territories as far flung as Russia and the Philippines.

Perhaps most notable has been Plumb’s major acceptance in the dance and electronic world, achieving multiple #1s hits around the world. In many ways pre-dating the mainstream advent of EDM, Plumb is now known for collaborations and remixes with the some of the most elite names in that scene, including most recently the I DON’T DESERVE YOU ep with trance legend Paul Van Dyk. “Being embraced by the dance community has been one of the most rewarding elements of my career,” explains Plumb. “EDM almost feels like I found a little bit of home, but a home I didn’t even know I was missing. I feel appreciated for what I contribute there, and I find it incredibly inspiring.”

For Plumb, her diverse and unique creative existence allowed her a semi-hiatus from touring to focus her attention on raising her young family, without losing touch with music. And when she returned to the studio with longtime producer and co-writer Matt Bronleewe to begin work on what would become her 6th studio album, NEED YOU NOW, it was like no time had passed.After years of working together, the pair knew each other well, and their art is the evidence. “We have incredible musical chemistry, so making this album, much like others we’ve made, was like breathing,” says Plumb.

The title-track single took off like a rocket in the summer of 2012, soaring to #1 on both radio and iTunes charts by year’s end. Perhaps even more impressive is its staying power, as the “NEED YOU NOW” single remains current and active in the Top 20 after over a year on the charts and comfortably above 1,000 spins per week.

Plumb has never been an artist known to sugarcoat the realities of life. She has a reputation to tell it like it is, giving an honest view of life while always showing the hope and light in every situation. The songs on Need You Now are original stories of struggle of real life people, stories of hope, loss, and restoration. These songs have a universal appeal, even for the artist, who is often struck by songs written about others that end up feeling strangely autobiographical. “Since recording the album,” says Plumb, “I had to walk through real challenges of all sorts – health struggles, relationship struggles, spiritual struggles. But now, I can say with honestly of experience, there is always hope…”

In the end, taking time off to focus on her growing family only served to aid Plumb’s career, lending additional depth and creative inspiration. “Music is such a part of who I am, it actually makes me a better mother,” Plumb says with a smile. “To be able to fulfill the creative side gives me a great contentment and confidence in myself, and that only strengthens and influences my kids. Plus, I drive a mean mini-van and can sort and build Legos like you’ve never seen!”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Sometimes a song just seems to hit a nerve.

Unexpected perhaps, inexplicable even, but undeniable.

With over 500,000 albums and 2 Million singles sold, #1s across multiple genres, numerous placements in film and television, and a notable songwriting career, it is hard to say that PLUMB hasn’t already had a major impact as an artist. But it is her latest cross-format single ”NEED YOU NOW” that seems to have taken on a whole new life of it’s own, finding incredible acceptance in a variety of genres that seem to juxtapose each other:

- Nearly 300,000 singles sold on iTunes, 100,000+ BDS certified spins on radio (Billboard #1 CHR for 5 weeks, #4 Hot Club/Dance Play, #3 AC/C, #1 AC/C in Canada), 750,000+ Spotify plays, 500,00+ Pandora plays, and 3 Million+ aggregate YouTube views

And while 2013 has been Plumb’s biggest touring year to date, including performance before over 250,000 at festivals, summer engagements and a largely sold out Fall headlining tour, 2014 looms even larger with her confirmed billing on the 60-date arena tour WinterJam that will see her play to another 750,000 by the end March 2014.

Who is this PLUMB?

Tiffany Arbuckle Lee (p.k.a. PLUMB) originated in crossover oriented Christian music, the first signing in the wake of label mates Jars of Clay alternative breakout in the late 90’s. Though winner of the DOVE Award for Best Modern Rock Album in 2000, Plumb was always considered too dark and edgy (read “honest”) for the bulk of CCM radio. As a result, she had the opportunity to develop in far more diverse circles, co- penning hits for Mandy Moore and Michelle Branch, seeing numerous uses in film and television, and massive singles and sold out concerts in territories as far flung as Russia and the Philippines.

Perhaps most notable has been Plumb’s major acceptance in the dance and electronic world, achieving multiple #1s hits around the world. In many ways pre-dating the mainstream advent of EDM, Plumb is now known for collaborations and remixes with the some of the most elite names in that scene, including most recently the I DON’T DESERVE YOU ep with trance legend Paul Van Dyk. “Being embraced by the dance community has been one of the most rewarding elements of my career,” explains Plumb. “EDM almost feels like I found a little bit of home, but a home I didn’t even know I was missing. I feel appreciated for what I contribute there, and I find it incredibly inspiring.”

For Plumb, her diverse and unique creative existence allowed her a semi-hiatus from touring to focus her attention on raising her young family, without losing touch with music. And when she returned to the studio with longtime producer and co-writer Matt Bronleewe to begin work on what would become her 6th studio album, NEED YOU NOW, it was like no time had passed.After years of working together, the pair knew each other well, and their art is the evidence. “We have incredible musical chemistry, so making this album, much like others we’ve made, was like breathing,” says Plumb.

The title-track single took off like a rocket in the summer of 2012, soaring to #1 on both radio and iTunes charts by year’s end. Perhaps even more impressive is its staying power, as the “NEED YOU NOW” single remains current and active in the Top 20 after over a year on the charts and comfortably above 1,000 spins per week.

Plumb has never been an artist known to sugarcoat the realities of life. She has a reputation to tell it like it is, giving an honest view of life while always showing the hope and light in every situation. The songs on Need You Now are original stories of struggle of real life people, stories of hope, loss, and restoration. These songs have a universal appeal, even for the artist, who is often struck by songs written about others that end up feeling strangely autobiographical. “Since recording the album,” says Plumb, “I had to walk through real challenges of all sorts – health struggles, relationship struggles, spiritual struggles. But now, I can say with honestly of experience, there is always hope…”

In the end, taking time off to focus on her growing family only served to aid Plumb’s career, lending additional depth and creative inspiration. “Music is such a part of who I am, it actually makes me a better mother,” Plumb says with a smile. “To be able to fulfill the creative side gives me a great contentment and confidence in myself, and that only strengthens and influences my kids. Plus, I drive a mean mini-van and can sort and build Legos like you’ve never seen!”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Sometimes a song just seems to hit a nerve.

Unexpected perhaps, inexplicable even, but undeniable.

With over 500,000 albums and 2 Million singles sold, #1s across multiple genres, numerous placements in film and television, and a notable songwriting career, it is hard to say that PLUMB hasn’t already had a major impact as an artist. But it is her latest cross-format single ”NEED YOU NOW” that seems to have taken on a whole new life of it’s own, finding incredible acceptance in a variety of genres that seem to juxtapose each other:

- Nearly 300,000 singles sold on iTunes, 100,000+ BDS certified spins on radio (Billboard #1 CHR for 5 weeks, #4 Hot Club/Dance Play, #3 AC/C, #1 AC/C in Canada), 750,000+ Spotify plays, 500,00+ Pandora plays, and 3 Million+ aggregate YouTube views

And while 2013 has been Plumb’s biggest touring year to date, including performance before over 250,000 at festivals, summer engagements and a largely sold out Fall headlining tour, 2014 looms even larger with her confirmed billing on the 60-date arena tour WinterJam that will see her play to another 750,000 by the end March 2014.

Who is this PLUMB?

Tiffany Arbuckle Lee (p.k.a. PLUMB) originated in crossover oriented Christian music, the first signing in the wake of label mates Jars of Clay alternative breakout in the late 90’s. Though winner of the DOVE Award for Best Modern Rock Album in 2000, Plumb was always considered too dark and edgy (read “honest”) for the bulk of CCM radio. As a result, she had the opportunity to develop in far more diverse circles, co- penning hits for Mandy Moore and Michelle Branch, seeing numerous uses in film and television, and massive singles and sold out concerts in territories as far flung as Russia and the Philippines.

Perhaps most notable has been Plumb’s major acceptance in the dance and electronic world, achieving multiple #1s hits around the world. In many ways pre-dating the mainstream advent of EDM, Plumb is now known for collaborations and remixes with the some of the most elite names in that scene, including most recently the I DON’T DESERVE YOU ep with trance legend Paul Van Dyk. “Being embraced by the dance community has been one of the most rewarding elements of my career,” explains Plumb. “EDM almost feels like I found a little bit of home, but a home I didn’t even know I was missing. I feel appreciated for what I contribute there, and I find it incredibly inspiring.”

For Plumb, her diverse and unique creative existence allowed her a semi-hiatus from touring to focus her attention on raising her young family, without losing touch with music. And when she returned to the studio with longtime producer and co-writer Matt Bronleewe to begin work on what would become her 6th studio album, NEED YOU NOW, it was like no time had passed.After years of working together, the pair knew each other well, and their art is the evidence. “We have incredible musical chemistry, so making this album, much like others we’ve made, was like breathing,” says Plumb.

The title-track single took off like a rocket in the summer of 2012, soaring to #1 on both radio and iTunes charts by year’s end. Perhaps even more impressive is its staying power, as the “NEED YOU NOW” single remains current and active in the Top 20 after over a year on the charts and comfortably above 1,000 spins per week.

Plumb has never been an artist known to sugarcoat the realities of life. She has a reputation to tell it like it is, giving an honest view of life while always showing the hope and light in every situation. The songs on Need You Now are original stories of struggle of real life people, stories of hope, loss, and restoration. These songs have a universal appeal, even for the artist, who is often struck by songs written about others that end up feeling strangely autobiographical. “Since recording the album,” says Plumb, “I had to walk through real challenges of all sorts – health struggles, relationship struggles, spiritual struggles. But now, I can say with honestly of experience, there is always hope…”

In the end, taking time off to focus on her growing family only served to aid Plumb’s career, lending additional depth and creative inspiration. “Music is such a part of who I am, it actually makes me a better mother,” Plumb says with a smile. “To be able to fulfill the creative side gives me a great contentment and confidence in myself, and that only strengthens and influences my kids. Plus, I drive a mean mini-van and can sort and build Legos like you’ve never seen!”

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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