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Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Tiffany Bynoe!

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One of the hardest working men in show business introduced me to Tiffany Bynoe - Tom Estey.  Now, make no mistake.  I had heard of Tiffany's name in various music circles for quite a while.  But Tom informed me that this beautiful woman was back with a ROAR!  When a promotions/marketing master says that, you had best listen :)  

Tiffany (Tene) grew up in Akron, Ohio - and championed by her Grandmother, who was a radio promoter.  Showing a vocal ability while very young, Tiffany was told to share that gift anywhere, any time that she could.  Taking her gumption further, our guest moved to New York after high school.  She made a splash - and that may be an understatement.  She performed at Amateur Night at the Apollo and won THREE times!  A self-titled debut album arrived in 1993.  And this star-on-the-rise found herself on "Soul Train" and had a recording contract before she knew what hit her.  You might remember the Billboard hit, "Give Him a Love He can Feel" - the Lovely Lady from Akron was on her way.  

FUNNY thing about life - it can veer in a direction that you hadn't expected :)  Such was the case for Tiffany and the man to whom she gave her heart, Kyle Bynoe.  A producer, he found his calling back in Ohio - where his secular music became more spiritually based.  And Tiffany happily settled into family life.  It's important to note that this loving Mom founded a non-profit called Gabby's Heart - we'll talk about that.  And how the transition is NOW for her - working her way back to the ebb and flow of the music business.

A new album is on the way - but the new single is HERE.  It's a song that you remember - more like an anthem from decades ago, done brand new.  Let's hear "FREE" when Tiffany visits us on 2/20 at three p.m. Eastern.