Tenille Townes’ “Jersey On The Wall (I’m Just Asking)” Reaches #1 On Canadian Country Radio

Tenille Townes’ “Jersey On The Wall (I’m Just Asking)” is #1 at BDS Canada and Mediabase Canada country radio charts this week…the acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer’s second chart-topping single following her Canadian Platinum-certified “Somebody’s Daughter,” which reached the pinnacle exactly a year ago this week. The feat makes Townes the only female in Mediabase Canada history to achieve two #1 singles.

“My heart is bursting because this song and the people who inspired it mean so much to me. And hearing stories from so many of you and how it’s made you feel less alone in your grieving and your questions, means the most to me,” of the accomplishment, Townes shares.

Released to widespread acclaim, Rolling Stone calls the single, “a stirring, full-bodied anthem about loss and faith,” while Taste of Country proclaims, “Townes continues to release music grounded in empathy…She aims for a higher brand of acclaim and satisfaction.”

Both “Jersey” and “Somebody’s Daughter” are featured Townes’ new EP, Road to the Lemonade Stand, which was produced by Jay Joyce (Eric Church, Little Big Town) and will be released February 7th via Columbia Nashville (pre-save/pre-order here). With the release of the EP, Townes is inviting fans to join her on the journey to her highly anticipated debut album, The Lemonade Stand, which will be released later this spring. Additional details to be announced soon…

In celebration of the release, Townes will tour extensively this year including a series of dates supporting Alan Jackson. Upcoming stops include Atlanta’s State Farm Arena, New Orleans’ Smoothie King Center, Fort Worth’s Dickies Arena, Tulsa’s BOK Center, Denver’s Pepsi Center and Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena among many others.

Townes also recently participated in Cracker Barrel’s “Five Decades, One Voice” campaign…a project created to highlight the importance of women in country music by celebrating legendary female artists and those following in their footsteps. For the project, Townes was personally selected by Brandi Carlile to collaborate on new versions of two songs…Townes’ “Somebody’s Daughter” and Carlile’s “Fulton County Jane Doe.”

In addition to her work as a musician and songwriter, Townes remains committed to charitable causes including her own initiative, Big Hearts For Big Kids, which has raised over $1.9 million to date benefiting a youth shelter in her hometown of Grande Prairie, Alberta. More information can be found at bigheartsforbigkids.com.


February 8—Nashville, TN—Country Music Hall of Fame

February 10—Nashville, TN—All For The Hall at Bridgestone Arena

February 14—Atlanta, GA—State Farm Arena†

February 15—New Orleans, LA—Smoothie King Center†

February 21—El Paso, TX—UTEP Don Haskins Center†

February 22—Fort Worth, TX—Dickies Arena†

March 7—Berlin, Germany—Verti Music Hall

March 8—Amsterdam, Netherlands—AFAS Live

March 10—Cologne, Germany—Club Volta

March 11—Munich, Germany—Hansa 39

March 13—London, UK—The O2

March 14—Glasgow, UK—SSE Hydro

March 15—Dublin, Ireland—3Arena

March 26—Tulsa, OK—BOK Center†

March 27—Springfield, MO—JQH Arena†

March 28—Kissimmee, FL—Country Thunder

April 8—Green Cove Springs, FL—Clay County Fair

April 17—Biloxi, MS—Crawfish Music Festival

April 19—Florence, AZ—Country Thunder

April 25—Indio, CA—Stagecoach Festival

August 7—Nashville, TN—Bridgestone Arena†

August 28—Detroit, MI—Little Caesars Arena†

August 29—Green Bay, WI—Resch Center†

October 2—Salt Lake City, UT—Vivint Smart Home Arena†

October 3—Denver, CO—Pepsi Center†

†supporting Alan Jackson

For more information on Tenille, visit her website at www.tenilletownes.com.


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