PLUMB’s Latest Single –
Need You Now (How Many Times)
– Hits #1 on Billboard CHR Charts.
After taking a 5 year hiatus from touring to focus on raising her family, PLUMB is back in an impressive way, hitting #1 on the Billboard Christian CHR chart for her single Need You Now (How Many Times).  The single is moving into the Top 10 at AC this week as well, and is listed on the #2 New and Active on the Billboard Soft AC/Inspo Chart.
Need You Now was born out of anxiety and panic attacks I had as a teenager,” explains Tiffany Lee, also known as Plumb.  “I’ve learned over the years that no matter how many times I’ve cried out to God, for whatever reason, He never grows tired.  He never leaves us alone or gives us more than we can carry because he loves us. No matter what we’ve done.  I’m so thankful this song that has helped me, can give hope to others as well.”
After her extended time off, Plumb will immerse in touring, media appearances and continuing her work in Electronic Dance Music.  Her current dance single I Don’t Deserve You from Paul van Dyk’s EVOLUTION album continues to dominate the electronic music charts, and the video has garnered over 250,000 views on YouTube.  Over the past 4 years, Plumb has achieved five “Top 5” and three #1 Billboard Dance singles, and over 1 Million single sales.
Need You Now (How Many Times) is the second single off Plumb’s upcoming album FASTER THAN A BULLET that releases January 22, 2013 through Curb Records.

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