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Tiffany Hulse, better known by her stage name, Tiffer "the Riffer" Folk is a 20 year old singer/songwriter with a burning passion for music. She was born in New Jersey, and still visits there every summer, but Cape Coral, Florida is the place that she calls home.
Her music career began when she went to her first Jimmy Buffett concert. Even at the age of nine, the music and style captivated her, and by the end of the night, she left wanting to learn how to play the guitar. That December, she received her first acoustic guitar for Christmas. She's been playing and writing music ever since!
Tiffer Folk is a songwriter, musician, performer, and entertainer. She is also the rhythm and electric guitarist, and vocalist in the energetic, entertaining, and rockin' Southwest Florida duo, "Tiff 'n' Zoid".
Tiffer has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with many local Florida and Caribbean acts over the years, such as: Dr. Cheeko, Gary Philips, JG Fulks, Jimmi T., John Friday, The Landsharks Band, The Mangos, Tequila Tom, The Florida Straits Band, Thunder Lightning and Rain, The Skeeterland Band, The Southwest Florida Banjo Society, Sunny Jim, Yard Dog Charlie, The Yard Dogs, Zoid Asteroid Machine, and many many more! She was also the rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist in the New Jersey-based band, "Tiffer the Riffer and the Cross-Eyed Bears", which disbanded in 2010.
One of her songs, "Grampa's Moonshine", has even been recorded by the Yard Dogs, and featured on their sixth CD, "Matlacha Moon".
In October 2010, she was the opening act for the 2010 Pensacola Beach Songwriter's Festival at Landshark Landing at the Margaritaville Beach Hotel.
Her songs can be heard on the online radio stations www.songwritersisland.com and www.tikiislandradio.com, and on Cleveland, Ohio's WBWC 88.3fm The Sting's "Island Time" show.
In the past, she has played in venues such as the Ocean County Mall in Toms River, New Jersey; Fisherman's Village in Punta Gorda, FL; the Dockside Bar and Grill in Marathon, FL; the Paradise Island Harbour Resort in Nassau, Bahamas; the Lynden Pindling International Airport; and on the Celebrity Cruise ship, "Century". Tiffer has performed in various venues from New Jersey to the Bahamas and everywhere in between. She has been a singer/songwriter and musician for ten years, and in that time span, has produced nine CDs jam-packed with original island folk music.
Her albums include: "Sad Day In Paradise", "Don't Let the Weather Get You Down", "Which Way's Up?!", "Another Whiskey Night", "Blue Jeans and a Tie-Dyed Shirt", "Two-Timing Beach Bum", "Old Square Grouper", "Where the Sun Meets the Sea", and "Hard Luck Man", respectively.