TENILLE TOWNES LEADS CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION AWARDS WITH 7 NOMINATIONS
Songwriter, performer and 2-time ACM winner Tenille Townes celebrates 7 nominations, more than any other artist, for this year’s Canadian Country Music Association Awards, set to take place on Sept. 11 in Calgary. Townes' nominations include Entertainer of the Year; Amazon Music and Alexa Fans’ Choice; Spotify Female Artist of the Year; Ford F-150 Album of the Year Award (Masquerades); and Single, Video, and Songwriter(s) of the Year for "Girl Who Didn't Care."
A 10-time CCMA winner and reigning Female Artist of the Year, Townes will also be taking the stage in Calgary. Performers will bring Calgary’s iconic Scotiabank Saddledome Stadium to life on Canada’s biggest night of country music.
Townes is set to hit the road in Canada this November, kicking off on November 8 in Oshawa. See routing below and click HERE for more.
Last week, Townes was announced alongside Carrie Underwood as the first 2 country artists to take part in Apple’s new Apple Music Sessions. The sessions are exclusive live releases featuring some of the world’s most prolific and emerging artists, all in Spatial Audio. Townes performed "Same Road Home," off her Masquerades EP, as well as her Gold-certified single “Somebody’s Daughter,” and a gritty, soulful cover of Etta James’s “At Last.” Click HERE to watch.