80s pop icon Tiffany will play an in-store performance at Banquet Records, Kingston on Thursday, November at 6pm.

Following the release of her album, Pieces of Me, Tiffany will also be meeting fans and signing copies of the album.

Tiffany has also just announced she’ll be hitting the road next year for two massive tours.

She’s joining New Kids On The Block for their highly anticipated 2019 US tour - The MixTape Tour, which kicks off next May with other guests Salt-N-Pepa, Debbie Gibson and Naughty by Nature.

With over 100 million combined records sold worldwide, the five iconic pop and hip-hop acts will hit the road together for the first time ever on a 53-city tour across North America.

Plus next February Tiffany will heading down under to join Banarama on their 7 date Australian tour.

“I’m so excited about taking the new music all around the world on these tours,” says Tiffany.

“ I feel my latest album Pieces of Me is a true reflection of the mature artist I’ve become. It’s the music I’ve always wanted to make and it highlights me as a true musician, songwriter and producer.”

With a career spanning over 30 years, Tiffany is busier than ever. These new tours are just the latest developments in a non stop 2018 which has seen Tiffany return to the public eye in spectacular fasion.

Reaching out to a new demographic as well as her devoted fan base she played live across the UK this summer as part of the hugely popular Rewind festivals, had her own UK headline tour playing indie venues like Concorde 2, The Hippodrome and Borderline and recently released her new album, Pieces of Me.

Fusing elements of rock and pop, the 11-track set shines a spotlight on Tiffany’s vocals, songwriting and producing skills, while still showcasing her trademark tendency for big radio friendly choruses – winning acclaim across the board.

Tiffany has sold over 15 million albums to date. It all started in 1987 when her iconic number one hit single ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ captured the heart of a nation and catapulted her to pop super stardom.

She earned two US number one hit singles with I Think We’re Alone Now and Could’ve Been and set a record as the youngest female artist to top the Billboard charts with her debut album.

After two massively successful albums and world tours, at age 21 her priorities shifted.

She gave birth to her son Elijah and wanted to raise him out of the spotlight, but she never stopped writing music.

In 2000 Billboard Magazine described Tiffany’s album The Color of Silence as “thoughtful, intelligent, and full of grace” and ranked it among the “Top Ten Best Albums of the Year”.

In 2011 she released her country-pop LP ‘Rose Tattoo’, embracing the music she grew up on, and her last album was 2016’s critically acclaimed A Million Miles which marked the first time Tiffany had been a co-producer on her own record.

Tiffany’s new album Pieces of Me is out now.

For more information visit tiffanytunes.com or banquetrecords.com