4 Songs, 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Over four sparse tracks, the former teen prodigy from Alberta showcases her plaintive voice accompanied only by acoustic guitar. Broaching heady subjects like questioning God in the face of tragedy (“Jersey on the Wall”) and ruminating on the past of someone suffering through hard times (“Somebody's Daughter”), it's an intimate introduction to an artist who likely has bigger things—and a bigger sound—coming.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Over four sparse tracks, the former teen prodigy from Alberta showcases her plaintive voice accompanied only by acoustic guitar. Broaching heady subjects like questioning God in the face of tragedy (“Jersey on the Wall”) and ruminating on the past of someone suffering through hard times (“Somebody's Daughter”), it's an intimate introduction to an artist who likely has bigger things—and a bigger sound—coming.

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About Tenille Townes

Tenille — the stage name of Tenille Townes — is a Canadian country singer/songwriter who debuted in the mid-2010s. After earning a nomination for Female Artist of the Year at the Canadian Country Music Awards in 2011, she headed down to Nashville to hone her craft. Born on January 20, 1994, Townes was raised in Grande Prairie, Alberta. At the age of 15, she released the single "Home Now," which gained the attention of the Canadian country industry. Another single, "Wendy (Can You Hear Me Peter Pan)," followed in 2010, and she released her full-length debut, Real, in 2011. Her second album, Light, appeared two years later. She relocated to Nashville and signed a publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog Music, and a third album, Five, arrived in early 2018. Included on the album was the single "Somebody's Daughter."

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