Canadian-born, Nashville-based Tenille Townes is poised for a breakthrough in 2019. Townes has already received widespread acclaim for her Living Room Worktapes EP. Rolling Stone declares it “… a stripped-down introduction to an artist with a whole lot to say,” while Billboard furthers, “Her Living Room Worktapes EP is a piece of art! Her unique voice and storytelling set her apart … you’ll have it on repeat.”

Additionally, Townes is the subject of an in-depth profile on NPR Music’s The Record. Calling her “Nashville’s Newest Voice,” writer Jewly Hight gives a rare glimpse into the early stages of Townes’ burgeoning career. “… She’s an heir to Twain and Swift, Griffin and McKenna alike, as well as a potential peer to figures like Morris and Musgraves, who’ve built significant followings and visibility with strong, self-written material…” Hight asserts.

Her first official single, “Somebody’s Daughter,” is currently spinning on country radio, and she is confirmed to join Dierks Bentley on his extensive “Burning Man” Tour in 2019.

Her forthcoming full-length debut album, produced by Jay Joyce, is also set for release in 2019 on Columbia Nashville.