Gibsonia, PA, December 02, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter/producer, Tiffany Apan will be releasing another free single for the holidays via her Twitter and CDBaby. This year, the single is a song written by longtime friend and collaborator, Chuck Owston titled "She Waits Upon the Shore." Apan and Owston recently recorded the song live in one of her living room sessions on YouTube. The single is in the vein of folk/world music acts such as Fairport Convention, Loreena McKennit, and Celtic Woman.
In addition to the free single, the new and second Living Room Sessions EP titled "A Winter Night's Lullaby: The Winter Sessions" featuring the acoustic session of "She Waits Upon the Shore" along with "What Child Is This," "Coventry Carol," and a new version of "Scarborough Fair." Each song was recorded during and for the Winter Season and some of the songs will also include the Living Room Session Intro prior to the song in which the background of the song in question is discussed. The EP will be released to CDBaby, Bandcamp, iTunes, Amazon, and other digital outlets; however, the EP will also be available for free download via Facebook throughout the holiday month and season.
The single, "She Waits Upon the Shore" drops on December 6, 2011 and the EP drops December 13, 2011 and will remain free on Facebook through January 13, 2012.
Tiffany Apan has released one full length album (the critically acclaimed, "Poet"), three EPs ("Heart Song: The Living Room Sessions EP," "Ghost," and "Porcelain Doll") and four singles ("Lost Little Girl," "Greensleeves," "Three Pale Queens," and "Scarborough Fair-Acoustic Version"). She also is an actress in independent films and owns an award-winning production company and indie label. Her music video for her adaptation of "Scarborough Fair" off of "Poet" placed first in the Open Music Video Category at the 2010 Indie Gathering in Cleveland, OH in the United States. Her single, "Lost Little Girl (Acapella Version)" was a finalist in the 2009 Best New Song in the World Competition. Tiffany also writes for publications Rogue Cinema and Horrornews.net.