Canadian-born, Nashville-based Tenille Townes is “poised for a breakthrough” (Refinery29). On top of an ever growing list of accolades that includes iHeartCountry’s next "On The Verge” artist, Amazon Music’s “2019 Artists To Watch,” The Bobby Bones Show’s “Class of 2019,” CMT’s “Next Women of Country,” CMT’s “Listen Up,” iHeart Radio’s “Artists To Watch in 2019” and the inaugural class of “Opry NextStage,” Townes is currently on Miranda Lambert’s “Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars” tour and opened during Dierks Bentley's extensive “Burning Man Tour” from January through August 2019. She’s garnered widespread attention including praise from Billboard, The Tennessean, Sounds Like Nashville, The Boot and NPR Music, who hails, "Like her role models Bruce Springsteen and Lori McKenna, Townes brings passion and empathy to songs that capture the complexities of the heartland. With her distinctive, raspy voice and hard-driving guitar style, Townes has the heart of a rocker. She’s part of a generation of young country artists refreshing the genre by pushing its boundaries." Townes' debut single, “Somebody’s Daughter,” hit #1 on both Mediabase and Nielsen BDS Country Airplay in Canada and is rose to top 30 in the U.S. Her highly-anticipated forthcoming full-length debut album, produced by Jay Joyce, will be released in 2019 on Columbia Nashville. Listen to Townes discuss the album and perform several songs off of it during a recent NPR/WXPN "World Cafe Nashville" session HERE.