Tiffany Lee aka Plumb has been making inspirational music for over a decade. Plumb first emerged in the late 90’s and immediately won critical acclaim for her influential lyrics and haunting vocals. Every Plumb record is tied to real, raw emotions which them extremely relatable.
"After I had been writing for a while," she says, "I began tapping into what was intimate and vulnerable in my heart, something that's not as easy as it may sound. And since that time I've tried to make my records almost journal entries, my diary, if you will, put to music. Those albums have communicated where I was at, at the time--almost a day, or even a year, in the life of me."
Seven albums later and another album on the way, Plumb still holds fast to what makes her music so special; her message of hope. On her song, “Drifting,” she teams up with Dan Haseltine of Jars of Clay. The song focuses on showing love to others instead of judgment, something that can be hard to do. “The inspiration for the song came from someone we all know who is sort of an outcast,” she says. “We want people to know that you are not alone! Whatever it is you’re going through, you are not by yourself.”
Plumb’s latest single “Need You Now (How Many Times)” off her new album (February 26, 2013) of the same title, is an emotional song about how desperately we need the Lord. “God he has turned my once weeping, into dance...something I could not imagine this past winter, when I lived in the valley of the shadow,” she says. “He always loves me. Always provides. Always protects. And is always faithful. It was when I got out of His way that I saw Him work and bring what was dead to life. What are you going through that maybe you need to just get out His way for? He does a better job. Trust me. May God get all the glory for the hope and confidence in Him he has given me to share through it.”
Plumb is also up for "Breakthrough Artist of the Year," at this year's K-LOVE fan awards.
Great I Am
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