Tiffany Alvord: Mormon Singer
Tiffany Lynn Alvord is a singer, songwriter, and YouTube sensation. She posted her first video on YouTube when she was fifteen years old. YouTube was the beginning of her fan base, where she has accumulated more than 2.4 million subscribers and over 450 million views. She is considered part of the top 50 channels on YouTube. She also features prominently on social media with 2.5 million Facebook fans and over 350,000 Twitter followers.
Alvord is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was born in California on December 11, 1992, and continues to make California her home, although she travels worldwide to tour and perform. She has performed in Singapore, Philippines, Toronto, London, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Shanghai, Miami, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. She performed in Times Square on New Year’s Eve 2012 with Taylor Swift, Train, PSY, and Carly Rae Jepsen.
As of August, 2014, she has released six albums: I’ve Got It Covered (2011); My Dream (2011); I’ve Got It Covered, Vol. 2 (2012); My Heart Is (2012); I’ve Got It Covered, Vol. 3 (2013); and Legacy (2014). Her first two albums contain songs she wrote for her YouTube channel.
She plays the piano, which she learned how to play in elementary school. At age 14, she learned how to play the guitar, and has added playing the ukulele to her abilities. She wrote her first song when she was ten years old.
Before her music blossomed, she focused on gymnastics and competed for four years. She has also done some screen work. She is slated to star in an independent movie, So Broken Up, and was a photo double for Sofia Vassilieva in the major motion picture My Sister’s Keeper.