“GIRL WHO DIDN’T CARE” FIRST SONG FROM NEW PROJECT
“GIRL WHO DIDN’T CARE” RELEASES ON THE ANNIVERSARY EVE OF TOWNES’ DEBUT ALBUM THE LEMONADE STAND
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Tenille Townes’ new song, “Girl Who Didn’t Care,” is available now.
Listen to “Girl Who Didn’t Care” HERE.
Townes wrote “Girl Who Didn’t Care” with David Pramik and Steph Jones, and is available today via Columbia Nashville in partnership with RCA Records.
Today marks the beginning of a new chapter for Townes’ artistic career with the release “Girl Who Didn’t Care” from her new project.
Watch Townes perform “Girl Who Didn’t Care” HERE.
The release comes on the eve of the year anniversary from the release of Townes’ debut album The Lemonade Stand (June 26, 2020), an album that most recently was awarded COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR at the 50th Annual JUNO Awards.
Catch Tenille Townes this summer and fall on the Brothers Osborne ‘We’re Not for Everyone Tour.’
About Tenille Townes:
Canadian-born and Nashville-based, Tenille Townes is a two-time ACM Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician in the midst of a breakthrough year following the release of her acclaimed debut album, The Lemonade Stand. Available now via Columbia Nashville in partnership with RCA Records, the album was produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town) and consists of twelve songs all written by Townes. 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. She is also the first female in Mediabase Canada history to achieve two No. 1 singles with album tracks “Jersey On The Wall (I’m Just Asking)” and “Somebody’s Daughter.” Adding to an already notable career, Townes is a MusicRow 2020 Next Big Thing Artist, an iHeartCountry’s “On The Verge” artist and has raised over $2 million for charity through her annual Big Hearts For Big Kids fundraiser.