Tenille Townes: The Girl Who Didn’t Care Canadian Tour

with Brittany Kennell

Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Tenille Townes aptly named her first headlining tour THE GIRL WHO DIDN’T CARE TOUR after her new song, “Girl Who Didn’t Care,” which released June 25 kicking off the next chapter of Townes’ artistic career, almost a full year to the day, from when she released her debut album The Lemonade Stand (June 26, 2020). Currently “Girl Who Didn’t Care” sits inside the Top 20 at Canadian Country radio and still climbing.

Born in Grande Prairie, Alberta, the 26-year-old singer-songwriter earned accolades for her wise-beyond-her-years ballads before she moved to Nashville in 2013. After years of taking in sets at the Bluebird Café and pushing herself in writing sessions, she started winning over Music Row with the songs that would eventually shape her acoustic EP, Living Room Worktapes. Each track told a potent story: her buoyant voice soared over love songs like “White Horse” and “Where You Are” with their clever choruses, but “Jersey on the Wall (I’m Just Asking),” in which she questions her faith after a senseless tragedy, and “Somebody’s Daughter,” an empathetic look into the life of a stranger, proved she had the range to write through life’s most difficult challenges.

Nashville-based, Tenille Townes is a two-time ACM Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician is in the midst of a breakthrough year following the release of her acclaimed debut album, The Lemonade Stand . Since its release, Townes has been named New Female Artist of the Year at the 55th ACM Awards, won three awards at the 2020 Canadian Country Music Awards, making her an eight-time CCMA winner, and received her first JUNO Award for COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR at the 50th Annual JUNO Awards.

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