Responding to an outpouring of fan support, Tenille Townes has released her superb new song ‘When’s It Gonna Happen.’
“I wrote this song because it’s a real and true window into my life right now and how I feel sometimes about being single. I know that if it’s something I’m feeling, then there must be others who feel the same way I do.
“I wanted to create something that would speak to them too. I’ve shared a few pieces of the song on socials, and it has been the most encouraging and exciting thing seeing people comment and say that they feel the same way. I’m really so excited to share the rest of this song with everybody and can’t wait to sing it at the top of our lungs together on the road!”
“When’s It Gonna Happen” follows the vulnerable “Villain In Me”. Townes recently took home the Canadian CMA Album of the Year Award for her debut The Lemonade Stand, as well as her third consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year trophy.
Following a headline tour of her native Canada, and standout support runs with Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert and Brothers Osborne, Townes is set for her first ever headlining trek in the U.S. as the “Villain In Me Tour” this month (Jan ’22). The ACM Award winner will also open for Hall of Famers George Strait and Reba in February, before heading to the United Kingdom for C2C in March.
Canadian-born and Nashville-based, Tenille Townes is a two-time ACM Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician in the midst of a breakthrough following the release of her acclaimed debut album via Columbia Nashville in partnership with RCA Records.
The album was produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town) – a dozen originals penned by Townes. Since its release, Townes has been named New Female Artist of the Year at the 55th ACM Awards, won two awards at the 2021 Canadian Country Music Association Awards, making her a 10-time CCMA winner.
She received her first Juno award for Country Album Of The Year at the 50th Annual JUNO Awards. Townes is also the first female in Mediabase Canada history to achieve two number one singles with album tracks “Jersey On The Wall (I’m Just Asking)” and “Somebody’s Daughter.”
- Townes has raised more than $2 million for charity through her annual Big Hearts For Big Kids fundraiser.
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