Tiffany Binion Mangum’s music personifies the essence of pure worship and exhortation. Her sultry sound compels the listener to join in unison to give praise unto God. Born and raised in Fresno, California, Tiffany was an exceptionally gifted student during her formative years, following her passion for studying piano and voice, birthed and groomed at an early age under the direction of her mother. Growing up in the Central Valley, Tiffany traveled with her mother, father, and sisters spreading the gospel through music.
Tiffany possesses over 20 years of music ministry experience, including 10+ years, at what has been considered a professional level. She also has several years of training and teaching in the arena of music and music ministry to her credit. Tiffany serves under the pastoral covering of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Binion II. She is active in music ministry in her local fellowship, Westside Church of God, where Tiffany was a founding member of the youth choir and youth praise team. As a result of her early training – she operates in various capacities within the Worship Arts Ministry including Praise & Worship Leader, Trainer/Teacher, songwriter, choir director, and producer, as well as in other capacities outside of the church ministry.
Tiffany also has had the privilege of working with a variety of recording artists, including Kathy Taylor, Martha Munizzi, Joshua Rogers, the late Vernon Chappell, Christian David and friends, and others. Also, she’s had an opportunity to open for artists such as Fred Hammond, Kirk Franklin, Anita Wilson and Doobie Powell. She continues to render her songwriting and music ministry as a vocalist in venues, both in and outside of her church ministry, all to uplift the name of Christ outside the walls of morning worship, challenging her ministry to reach a diverse audience of listeners.
Outside of music, Tiffany’s greatest roles are the role of a wife to David Mangum and mother to Alyssa, David Paul, and Zharia. Tiffany is currently working on her debut EP to be released in January 2017.
Vocal range: Mezzo-Soprano to Contralto
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