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“A year ago Tiffany Thompson released We Are the Dreamers, an EP that showed tremendous growth and maturity. It was fiery and passionate, sultry and biting. It was a beautiful new step for Thompson and her sound. If Dreamers was a huge step forwards, One Voice is a step sideways, taking the maturity and confidence from Dreamers and personalizing it. Dreamers had an attitude to it that Thompson hadn't shown before. One Voice feels more like personal reflections. It's a new level of honesty. "Take It and Run" is the strongest pop hook on the record. There's some almost southern gospel about the song. Not in a bad way, but like you'd expect a choir to be backing Thompson on the chorus. "Let It Break Through" and "Real Joy" (both previously released) are two great personal spiritual tracks. It's that kind of honesty and realness that separates One Voice from Dreamers... Original article is no longer available.”

Patton on Music Returns with "One Voice" Review - Arlington Mercury

“Tiffany Thompson, the 25-year-old Alexandria native who recently released “We Are the Dreamers,” is ready to lead the charge of music in Northern Virginia. Thompson’s music holds the banner of a new generation, a generation that celebrates a joyous present and anticipates an enlightened future. Anger and dissatisfaction are now so commonplace that they attract little attention, and cause even less provocation—they have no place in this wise new world. Instead, Thompson’s textured voice—part crooner, part folkstress—sings of golden dreams and sculpts broken spirits into polished songs of beauty. “I don’t really make [music] just for myself,” she says. “I really love relationships and connecting with people.” Read more in the original NorthernVirginia Magazine”

“Tiffany Thompson’s impressive new EP, “We Are The Dreamers,” is a call to arms with soaring melodies and instrumentation that has elements of folk, rock, electronica and pop swirling around within. It might remind you of songs you have heard before, but that doesn’t mean it’s an imitation. The fact that it can easily blend in with more well-known national artists like Keane, Ellie Goulding and Laura Veirs just means that Thompson is in good company. “We are the dreamers,” she sings on the title track, “waking and shaking the city that’s been sleeping.” “Home” ponders the possibility of salvation through love, and appears twice on the EP, once in an acoustic version that highlights Thompson’s powerful vocals. “We Are The Dreamers” is fun but intense, catchy and sexy, and maybe just the right soundtrack for a New Year full of resolutions and hope. -JK”

“Tiffany works as hard on the stage as she does off. Her show was a complete success thanks to her warm performance and equally excited audience.”

“Though it's only four songs, Tiffany Thompson offers much to music lovers on her self-titled release. Each track has an airy, yet jazzy feel while her lyrics tug on listeners' heartstrings. Extremely introspective, Thompson sings of loneliness, love and life.... read more!”

“Tiffany Thompson put on an excellent set. They got our crowd into it; which is hard to do since most of them are so into their laptops they normally don't even look away. Their music was fun and light, perfect for our coffee shop evenings.”

“The Washington D.C. / northern Virginia area is known for its fast-paced, transient lifestyle and cacophonous atmosphere, but singer-songwriter Tiffany Thompson is imparting something quieter, more personal, and lasting to its character... read more!”

“I was mentioned in The Washington Post! I know it's small, but it's something! -- 'MARK AUSTIN JAZZ CONCERT, with Tiffany Thompson. 7 p.m., the Athenaeum, 201 S. Prince St., Alexandria. $10. 703-548-0035.'”

“AUSTIN & THOMPSON For a slightly different sound, guitarist Mark Austin joins vocalist Tiffany Thompson at the Athenaeum in Alexandria next Thursday night at 7. ... Thompson's lyrics blend smoothly between the strings.”

“A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting a young woman named Tiffany Thompson. An accomplished singer-songwriter, Tiffany needed some photos for a demo CD she was putting together.... read the full article at www.mattmendelsohn.net look for the April 17 2009 post”

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