As a first-generation American (the daughter of Polish immigrants), Tina Parol is living out her version of The American Dream. At age 11, Tina wrote her first song and the rest is history. She went on to attend New York University’s Clive Davis Institute and was signed to Universal Motown Records at age 19. After releasing her debut album and her first single, “Who’s Got Your Money” (which reached number 35 on the Billboard Charts), Tina decided to focus her efforts on songwriting. Since then, she has written songs for Britney Spears, Dallas Smith, Sabrina Carpenter, Ava Lily, The Dollyrots, Kaylee Bell, Erich Bergen and Natalie Stovall and the Drive. Her songs have also been featured in a variety of movies (“When In Rome”) and television shows including “Army Wives,” “Drop Dead Diva,” “Melrose Place,” “So You Think You Can Dance” and MTV’s “The City.” Tina currently resides in Nashville,Tennessee where she is published by Sony/ATV and Love Monkey Music.