By Anna Skinner
Some may only recognize Tiffany as a pop star from the ‘80s, but the now 44-year-old singer is going on a North American tour that stops in Carmel on Aug. 25.
The tour will showcase Tiffany’s new album, “A Million Miles,” but the singer will perform some favorites from the past, as well.
“I’m really excited about the tour. We are just in production now with working on the music, and it’s really going to be an intimate evening,” Tiffany said of her upcoming performance. “It’s an acoustic evening, but we’ve got some tricks up our sleeve. It’s celebrating 28 years of music, and some songs are from the past, of course the hits and a lot of my fans’ favorites.”
Tiffany will stop in Carmel at 8 p.m. Aug. 25 at the Warehouse, 254 First Ave., Carmel. VIP tickets are $85, and general admission tickets are $55 to $65 dollars.
“I’ve done a lot of different types of styles of music over the years. As a songwriter, I’ve done things and I’ve worked with producers that I’m very lucky to have (had) the opportunity to work with it,” she said. “I’ve kept it all pop and adult contemporary, but (the songs have) had their rock flair, or more dance, and really putting this show together, I thought it would be a challenge. But it’s been really awesome to get into the studio and rework some of the songs.”
Tiffany said much of the tour is centered on intimacy, purposefully choosing smaller venues for her performances. The Warehouse fits her small venue theme, but Tiffany has family in Indiana, as well, some of which will attend the show.
“Having a smaller venue lends itself to looking in people’s eyes and having an evening together,” she said. “You lose that connection a little bit sometimes. It’s a smaller room; it’s just amazing. You can see people and what they’re thinking, and sometimes, that’s kind of scary. It’s like being in someone’s living room.”
Kathryn Dean will open the show for Tiffany.
For tickets, visit liveforthemusic.com/tickets/tiffany/.